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Armenia kicks off 200 MW solar park tender

The AYG-1 project, planned in the Aragatsotn province of western Armenia, will be 85% owned by the successful developer and 15% by the Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund (Anif).

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Armenia aims to improve net metering for small scale solar

The government is being helped by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development as it designs a new net metering system. The country already supports large scale PV plants and small solar parks.

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Armenia to tender five more large-scale solar projects

The projects will be tendered under single-round competitive bidding processes, supervised by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Fotowatio wins Armenia’s 50 MW solar tender

The solar facility will sell power to the local grid at around US$0.04/kWh. The project is part of Armenia’s six-year $58 million solar program.

Armenia sees another finished solar PV plant

Armenia’s fledgling solar industry has received a boost with the installation of another 1 MW PV plant, by Arpi Solar. The company is due to start work on another 55 MW “very soon”.

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Armenia announces commissioning of first PV plant under special regime for solar of up to 1 MW

The Armenian government introduced a special tariff for PV projects up to 1 MW in late 2016.

Armenia pre-qualifies 10 developers for 55 MW solar tender

Through the tender, the Armenian government will build the country’s first large-scale PV plant as part of its six-year $58 million solar program.

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Armenia receives 21 bids for 55 MW solar tender

The tendered 55 MW solar plant is part of the country’s six-year $58 million solar program.

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Nagorno-Karabakh wants to go solar

The government of the disputed region in South Caucasus, which is officially known as the Republic of Artsakh, announced it will conduct a study to assess its solar potential.

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Armenia’s first module factory expected to start production by the end of June

Modules manufactured at the facility will be sold under the brand Solaron. The facility will be owned and operated by local company Profpanel LLC.

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