Called DVP Solar, the newly created company has projects in Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Colombia and Peru, and manages 5 GW of photovoltaic plants in operation. It also has another 2 GW of projects in the initial development phase, and plans another 3 GW for the coming years.
Spanish mounting system provider Alusín Solar has developed a solution to enable the transit of installers on roofs. It has recently commissioned a production line for this product, which it dubbed Carex.
pv magazine recently spoke to Asier Ukar, managing director & senior consultant at PI Berlin in Spain, about the Spanish solar market, PV module prices, the most common failures in installations, and PV manufacturing in Europe.
The system will power the broadband transport networks. The solar panels are “made with 100% Venezuelan engineering.”
The 50 MW facility is located in the region of Navarra and is operated by German specialist Rinovasol. The company buys, fixes and certifies the panels and puts them back on the market, with a new datasheet and a five-year warranty.
The system, developed by Spanish specialist Alusín Solar, is being tested by Endesa in a 9.8 MW project for self-consumption. The mounting structure is made with aluminum bars that, instead of being fixed to the roof with screws, are attached through a double-sided adhesive.
The U.K.-based solar developer has joined forces with Portugal’s Insun to build solar parks totaling 1.35 GW over the next five years. In Greece, it wants to build another 640 MW in partnership with Kiefer TEK.
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