The Polish government may also launch a mixed wind-solar auction for projects over 1 MW that, according to local analyst Piotr Pająk, would eventually conclude with a prevailing share of wind.
The Ukraine-based developer has been granted two different loans from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Clean Technology Fund (CTF). The three solar plants will be located in the Vinnitsa region of western Ukraine.
The company will initially build solar facilities at three of its main industrial sites in Hungary, on currently unused areas.
The Irish developer is planning to invest €255 million in the project, which is expected to be located near the village of Levodka, in the Dnipropetrovsk region.
In an interview with pv magazine, SolarPower Europe CEO, James Watson explains how the Clean Energy Industrial Forum (CEIF) set up by the EU is paving the way for a resurgence of the European solar industry. Representatives from politics and industry met last Friday in Brussels to discuss how to further proceed.
The Lithuanian renewable energy company will initially install 12 power plants at a cost of around €11 million.
While President Trump has a range of options, all likely scenarios seem likely to result in a modest increase in the cost of solar installations.