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Italy’s largest PV project comes online

A 103 MW solar park built by Danish developer European Energy has been connected to the grid after a year of construction work. The project had been started in 2011 and at one stage appeared doomed, when a national feed-in tariff program ended.


Solar-Konzept planning 800 MW of unsubsidized solar in southern Italy

The German project developer’s pipeline consists of solar plants with land and grid-connection approval across Apulia and Basilicata. Some of the projects are planned in the province of Brindisi, which already hosts several solar parks which have stirred strong resistance from local authorities and civil associations.


Greenrock Energy to build 300 MW of solar plant capacity in Italy

The German company has already secured project rights for PV projects with 200 MW of generation capacity. Another 100 MW should follow this month.

UK developer confirms no new large scale projects any time soon

Foresight Solar and Infrastructure has celebrated encouraging returns from nine months of activity but that is down to acquiring existing solar assets with the nation’s ground mount sector in the doldrums since public subsidies were halted in April 2017.

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