- The São Gonçalo solar facility, located in Piauí, is the largest PV plant currently under construction in South America
- Enel will be investing around 1.4 billion Brazilian reais, equivalent to 390 million US dollars, in the construction of the solar plant
Canadian Solar, one of the world's largest solar power companies, has acquired 97.6MWp solar photovoltaic project in Cafayate, Salta Province, Argentina.
The Cafayate Project was awarded in the second public renewable energy tender in Argentina, receiving a USD denominated 20-year Power Purchase Agreement at US$56.28/MWh. Canadian Solar plans to start construction on the plant in July 2018. Once connected to the grid by Q2 of 2019, the plant will generate approximately 235,777 MWh of electricity per year, which will be sold to CAMMESA.
SolarXXL is an already well known and successful company for photovoltaics in Europe.
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.
France’s EDF Renewable Energy (EN) has inaugurated the 146 MW Boléro solar plant in the Atacama Desert of Northern Chile, according to a press release.
Argentina's Jujuy government announced it is to win 300 MW in solar projects in the country's 1-GW energy tender.
The twin-island state Antigua and Barbuda has taken a leading role in terms of clean energy supply in the Caribbean.
Omron is ready to realise new photovoltaic business opportunities in Argentina.
Argentina will hold its first renewable energy auction on October 12 and the auction is fast-moving and competitive.
Tamarugal Solar Project in the Tarapacá region will provide reliable, non-intermittent electricity from solar energy 24-hours a day
SUNEW, a Brazilian company located in one of the principal poles of solar energy on the planet, just announced the largest global use of OPV (Organic Photovoltaic) technology, considered to be the third generation in solar energy, installed on the outside of a commercial building.
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.