Corporations purchased 13.4 gigawatts of clean power through long-term contracts, more than doubling 2017’s total, helped by demand from new industries and previously untrodden markets
- Agreement signed with Chinese company CGNEI to sell 100% of solar plants Nova Olinda (292 MW) and Lapa (158 MW) as well as the 90 MW Cristalândia wind farm
- The transaction is aimed at freeing up resources that can finance Enel’s further renewable development in Brazil, while the company will continue O&M activities on the assets sold
- Closing of the deal expected by 1Q 2019
- The agreement sets the guidelines to grow the portfolios of both companies in wind energy and solar PV
- Cepsa is interested in establishing a 500-600 MW capacity in the next five years
- Both half-cell monocrystalline Q.PEAK DUO modules and multicrystalline Q.PLUS modules demonstrate market-leading anti-LeTID performances
- Fraunhofer CSP independently tested two batches of nine different types of modules for in high-temperature conditions of up to 75 degrees Celsius
- Hanwha Q CELLS Co., Ltd. CTO Daniel Jeong remarked: "The performance of our Q.PEAK DUO and Q.PLUS modules demonstrates Hanwha Q CELLS' continued commitment to tackling the toughest challenges in the industry and highlights the importance of focusing our R&D efforts in areas where we can deliver the most added value to our customers."
- Almeyda, 62-megawatt peak (MWp) facility, will be completed towards the end of 2019
- The facility will support the electricity supply contract signed by ACCIONA Energía with National Mining Company
In just one day, the company assembled 43,080 photovoltaic modules (14.29 MWp) in the plant at Puerto Libertad (Sonora), another construction record for this type of facility
BayWa r.e., has secured the contract for the operations and maintenance of thirteen UK solar farms on behalf of Octopus Investments.