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South Korea opens its renewable energy market to PPAs

Power purchase agreements will be allowed between renewable energy producers owning plants with a capacity of more than 1 MW and electricity consumers. Local utility Kepco, however, will keep serving as an intermediary.


EnBW starts working on 187 MW unsubsidized PV plant in Germany

The utility will build the project this year on 164 hectares of land just outside of Berlin. It will be the largest solar park to be constructed outside of Germany’s incentive scheme for solar and renewables.

More solar power deals pop up in Latin America

Big clean energy supply contracts have been announced in Brazil, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

Solar for construction

Dubai-based PV developer Enerwhere has come up with a new business model for solar projects at construction sites. Its approach, which is based on short-duration PPAs, involves moving mobile PV installations from one building site to another.


UK water company seeks solar power from large scale, rooftop and floating plants

Southern Water has issued a request for information about sourcing solar power through bilateral power purchase agreements. The company is considering buying electricity from generation facilities on its sites in southern England.


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