Solar projects with a capacity above 1 MW will compete with wind projects in a 150 MW renewable energy auction to be held in Poland by the end of this year, according to local research institute IEO.
A 20 MW solar project featuring heterojunction modules is the first one of its kind in Russia. Hevel announces further expansion of its HJT module production to 220 MW.
The Zavodskaya SPS solar project was built with 56,626 modules manufactured by Solar Systems at its production plant in Yelabuga municipal district of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The company will offer solar leasing solutions as well as turn-key projects for self-consumption.
The plant is part of a 165 MW PV project pipeline that the company is developing in Russia’s Astrakhan region.
The Russian module maker is planning to build several hybrid solar-diesel power plants in the Tyva Republic, southern Siberia.
The Kazakh state-owned national atomic energy company will start receiving bids for the acquisition of its three solar manufacturing subsidiaries on September 8. Purchase price was set at around $14 million.
The project is expected to be built by local company 4B Solar in three phases by the end of 2022.
The regulated tariff, which was previously granted only to small and medium hydro- power plants, was extended to PV up to 2 MW and wind projects not exceeding 3 MW in size.
The French government will provide an unspecified sum to conduct the feasibility study for the giant PV project.