The French developer has secured a 25-year PPA for Zambia’s largest PV plant. The project, which was selected in an auction held by the World Bank in 2014, will sell power to local utility ZESCO at US$0.0602 per KWh.
Mizuho Bank arranged the ¥27 billion ($240 million) syndicated loan for the array in Ishikawa prefecture.
Along with initiative partners Huawei, sonnen, Suntech, S.A.G, innogy and First Solar, pv magazine will be exhibiting as part of the Integrated Energy Plaza at the 2017 Hannover Messe. The Solar Premium exhibition space will herald solar PV’s arrival as a major energy player at the iconic industrial trade show.
The Australian supply deal sees the U.S. solar company supply 63 MW of thin film modules to the Kidston Solar project, while partnership with Turkish developer Zorlu will bring exposure to 26 selected markets.
The U.S. developer today announced it will supply its advanced thin film PV modules to the 140 MW Sun Metals Solar Farm. The project will supply electricity to the Sun Metals zinc refinery, owned by the Korea Zinc Group.
The U.S.-headquartered producer of thin film modules collaborated with Thai renewable energy developer Prime Road Group to supply its modules to four separate solar farms in Thailand.
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.