A 600-MW solar project is being planned for Argentina's Jujuy province by local firm UTE JEMSE-IGA Energia y Construcciones and a Chinese partner -- Shanghai Electric Power
Vestas will supply 86 units of V110-2.0 MW turbines for projects totalling 172 MW located in the state of Bahía in northeastern Brazil. The contracts comprise supply and
IHS highlights the relevance which public auctions have acquired for the growth of solar PV in Latin America. Argentina is among the new PV markets in the region, where a new renewable energy auction was recently launched with a quota of 300 MW of solar.
Coema, the state council on the environment of the Brazilian state of Ceara approved last week a solar complex project with about 264 MW of installed capacity.
SunPower Corp. (Nasdaq: SPWR) announced today that, under Mexico's first electricity power auction, the company has been awarded power purchase agreements with CFE, Mexico's state-owned electric utility, to deliver one terawatt-hour of energy, equivalent to approximately 500 megawatts, over the term of the agreements. The auction was held as a result of Mexico's sweeping energy sector reform, which opened the market for energy companies to compete as generation providers.
Enertis Solar's module testing laboratory has been approved and added by Sunpreme as a qualified facility to test Bifacial PV Solar Modules.
Argentina will hold its first renewable energy auction on October 12 and the auction is fast-moving and competitive.
Samsung Renewable Energy, Inc. and Connor, Clark & Lunn Infrastructure (CC&L Infrastructure) have broken ground on the Windsor Solar project.
Huawei, as the global smart PV leader, launches FusionSolar Smart PV Solution which has been under quick and massive application in the world.
Argentina's Jujuy government announced it is to win 300 MW in solar projects in the country's 1-GW energy tender.
The project in Bahia is the third over 100 MW to break ground in Brazil in the last six months. Investment in the project stands at around US$175 million.
With a capacity of 30 MW, this is a small semi-automatic DESERT production line, but still a flagship in terms of DESERT solar module production and electricity generation in the country, now fully functional and ready to start with operation.
Canadian Solar Inc. (the "Company", or "Canadian Solar"), one of the world's largest solar power companies, and EDF Energies Nouvelles, a global market leader in renewable energy, announced the sale of 80% interest in Canadian Solar's Pirapora I solar energy project in Brazil to EDF Energies Nouvelles' local subsidiary, EDF EN do Brasil.