Canadian Solar Inc. has announced that the 100 MWp Azuma Kofuji solar project located in the Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, recently reached commercial operation.
Global industry organisations representing wind, solar, hydropower, green hydrogen, long duration energy storage and geothermal energy industries have officially joined forces under one Global Renewables Alliance, with the signing of a memorandum of understanding at COP27.
The 200 MW solar farm is one of Queensland’s 50 large scale renewable projects and will help support the State Government’s Renewable Energy Target.
The power purchase agreements (PPAs) will drive the development of two new solar parks in southern Spain, one close to Seville and the other near Granada.
Fraile, a 36 MWp plant, is expected to generate 78 GWh of clean electricity during its first year of operation.
It will provide clean electricity equivalent to the consumption of 14 400 homes and save over 10 000 tpy of carbon emissions, for 40 years.
Sonnedix has officially expanded into Portugal with the acquisition of a 262 MWp solar photovoltaic (PV) portfolio.
Commerz Real and Hydro Rein have acquired two solar parks that are to be newly constructed and have a total capacity of 362 MWp.
With an installed capacity of 13.5 MW, the plant will prevent the emission into the atmosphere of 6000 tpy of CO2.
Neoen will integrate output from its Goyder South Stage 1 wind farm and storage from its Blyth Battery, supported by its energy management expertise.
The PV solar project has a capacity of approximately 91 MW, and is located in the town of Parau in Brasov, Romania.