At the end of each week, pv magazine Summarizes in Spanish the important news that has occurred in the last 7 days and has been published on the group’s different websites.
Botswana to provide 30 MW of solar power at LCOE of $0.08-0.10/kWh
Bosch Global and Tswana Renewables have formed a joint venture to develop small-scale photovoltaic plants in Botswana. For the first two 400 kW projects, they have already signed a power purchase agreement.
The Italian government is accelerating another 593 MW of acrovoltaics
The Italian Cabinet has approved 13 agrovoltaic projects in the southern regions of Apulia and Basilicata.
India offers 1 GW of solar at $0.032/kWh
Rajasthan Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (RUVNL) has awarded 1 GW of solar power in its latest auction. The selected developers have secured a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).
Indonesia’s Race to Net Zero
Coal-dependent Indonesia has huge solar potential, but progress toward a net-zero economy has been slow, say Daniel Kurniawan and Fabi Tumiva of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), an Indonesian think tank.
Mauritius plans 100 MW solar + storage project
The African Development Bank (AfDB) is seeking consultants to undertake technical monitoring of four storage-connected solar projects in Mauritius.
Norway’s photovoltaic capacity reaches 373 MW
Norway added 152.7 MW of new solar capacity in 2022 and about 70 MW in the first four months of this year.
France offers 49.8 MW in photovoltaic tender for non-interconnected areas
French energy regulator CRE had planned to supply 83 MW in its last contract exercise.
Serbia is seeking a partner for 1 GW of solar power and 200 MW of battery storage
The Serbian government is looking for a strategic partner to build at least five photovoltaic power plants with a capacity of 1 GW/1.2 GWh and at least 200 MW/400 MWh of battery energy storage. State power company Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) will own and operate the assets.
Malaysia opens up its renewable energy market to PPAs and cross-border trade
The Malaysian government is developing a new strategy to expand the use of renewable energy in the country and develop a national renewable energy industry.
Bulgaria launches rebate scheme for home solar power
The Bulgarian Ministry of Energy has announced the opening of a BGN 240 million ($134 million) rebate program for households wishing to install rooftop solar water heating systems and photovoltaic panels.
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