Neoen Payments its 208 MWp Solar Park in Argentina
200 solar power plant-- a 208 MWp solar park situated in the Salta province of Argentina. Benefitting from a few of the world's ideal sunlight exposure, Altiplano
Oct 8, 2021 // Plants, Argentina, South america, neoen, Solar Power Plant, Xavier Barbaro, Emmanuel Pujol
ABO Wind markets two 10-MW RenovAR solar projects in Argentina
named Del Amanecer and also Los Alamos, are backed by tariffs protected in Argentina's renewable resource tender round RenovAR 3. The customer is a European
Dec 18, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Germany, Argentina, South america, Europe, solar projects, ABO Wind AG
YPF Luz and Pampetrol Partner to Develop 80 Megawatts of Solar in Argentina's La Pampa
two solar projects which could generate up to 80 megawatts of solar energy in Argentina's La Pampa province. The two companies will evaluate sites in the towns of
Feb 24, 2023 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Argentina, South america, PV Power Plant, YPF Luz, Pampetrol
China firms complete building Argentina's largest solar farm: Xinhua
companies have built a 300-megawatt solar farm in the highlands of northern Argentina, the largest of its kind in the South American nation, China’s state news
Oct 2, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, China, tender, Argentina, South america, Asia, Xinhua, Shanghai Electric Power Construction Co. Ltd
Canadian Solar-owned 97.6MW PV plant powered up in Argentina
has started supplying power to the grid.  Over the weekend, Argentina’s Energy Secretariat hailed on social media the recent operational launch of
Jul 22, 2019 // Large-Scale, EPC, Argentinian, Canadian Solar, Parque Solar Cafayate, Powerchina, Argentina’s Energy Secretariat, BICE
Argentina calls tenders for 620 MW of blended renewables, storage space
mix diversity, can be between 0.5 MW as well as 20 MW and situated throughout Argentina. The energy secretariat set the ceiling prices as follows: USD 115 (EUR
Feb 7, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Argentina, South america
Argentina stakes claim to Latin American PV crown with 300MW launch
Argentina has staked a claim to Latin American solar records after wrapping up the extension of a complex that could reach gigawatt-scale proportions within 10 years. President Eduardo Macri was amongst those hailing this week the completion of the second and third 100MW phases of Cauchari in the Jujuy province, bringing the overall complex to 300MW. The construction milestone means one-million-plus PV panels have now been installed at the site in Argentina’s semi-arid northwest, at more than 4,000 metres above sea level. The complex, featuring so far Cauchari I, II and III, is being delivered by a partnership between Jujuy utility Jemse and Chinese players Shanghai Electric and Power China. Addressing the Argentinian and Chinese officials onsite via videoconference, president Macri congratulated Jujuy governor Gerardo Morales for his work liaising with the Chinese partners. “All those trips to China … it was worth it because you fostered trust in Chinese investors so that they would support this PV park, Latin America’s largest,” the president said this week.   “This is only the beginning as extensions will be coming,” Macri went on to say. “Jujuy’s solar irradiation potential is almost infinite, a gift from God we will be turning into jobs for Jujuy.” The project's sponsors estimate 1,200 jobs were created to build what now stands of Cauchari, with 60% of the employees sourced from local communities. Jujuy's 3GW-in-a-decade solar ambitions At earlier joint press conferences months ago, president Macri and governor Morales had already anticipated additions to Cauchari beyond the first 300MW. In mid-March, Morales had explained expansions should see 500MW attained by the end of 2020, coupled with a 96MW add-on that is being overseen by Jujuy power distributor Ejesa. At this week’s Cauchari II and III opening ceremony, Jujuy’s governor predicted however a far more ambitious growth roadmap, which could see the province deliver 3GW of PV output in a decade.   “The idea is to continue now with Cauchari IV and V,” Morales explained this week. “We’re finalising the PPA with the Energy Ministry, where we will soon agree on a tariff.” A promotional video from Jujuy authorities said the Cauchari complex is now expected to generate 800GWh in clean energy output, with tariffs of US$60/MWh applying to the initial 300MW. The Cauchari installations built to date were backed by the first round of auction programme RenovAr in 2016 and an oversubscribed US$210 million green bond. At 85% of overall financing, the bulk of the funding was provided however by the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM), which awarded loans at interest rates of 3%. As noted by governor Morales this week, Cauchari has not required funding from Argentina’s budget so far and is expected to be generating revenues of US$900 million in 15 years’ time. Argentina’s claim to the Latin American PV crown comes as similarly large solar ventures make headway elsewhere, including in Brazil (608MW), Chile (382MW) and Mexico (296MWdc)
Oct 2, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, China, Argentina, South america, Asia, cauchari, jujuy, jemse, shanghai electric, power china, Gerardo Morales, Eduardo Macri
Energy business Genneia states it will invest $200 mln in RE parks
capacity. "We are very pleased to continue leading the renewable market in Argentina and that solar as well as wind energy boost their role in the energy matrix,"
Apr 13, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Argentina, South america, Bernardo Andrews, Genneia SA, Renewable Energy Parks
Solar scores lowest average prices in Argentina’s smaller-scale tender
has emerged as the overall cheapest technology in Argentina’s latest clean energy tender, aimed at smaller-scale installations.   PV winners of the
Aug 6, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Markets & Finance News, Canadian Solar, solar pv, Argentina, South america, Latin america, renovar, cammesa, auction ppa, MiniRen tender
Power from the East: China funds largest solar park in Latin America
million solar panels are located some four thousand meters above sea level in Argentina. It is Latin America’s largest solar park – built in large part by Chinese
Oct 9, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, China, Latin america, Asia, Tu Shuiping, Pablo Ferrara, University del Salvador, Juan Prioletta
Lithium Costs Are Rising, Stimulating More Offers for Key Battery Metal
a bidding battle for Canada's Millennial, which has lithium possessions in Argentina, with Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. eventually outbidding Ganfeng
Oct 7, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, China, Asia, lithium
Sungrow's collective deliveries to the Americas cross 10 GW
development trajectory in markets like the United States, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and also Mexico, "Sungrow has extended collaborations" with a multitude of
Jan 5, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Inverters, USA, Sungrow, Chile, Argentina, South america, Brazil, Mexico, North America, Hank Wang
Self-confidence expands over double-digit solar sector growth in 2021
body's Latin America Task Force coordinator and head of state of Camara Argentina de Energia Renovable (CADER). " Several PPAs have been signed, requiring bids
Jun 1, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, ENERGY STORAGE, Mexico, North America, biden, global solar council
Argentina allocates 96.7 MW of PV in ‘mini’ auction
Argentina’s Secretariat of Energy has awarded 38 renewable energy projects to developers, for a total capacity of 259.08 MW through Round 3 of the RenovAr Program for large-scale renewables. Of these projects, 13 were awarded to PV developers, with a combined capacity of 96.75 MW and an average price of $57.58/MWh. The minimum price for solar was $54.22/MWh – very different values ​​than those being awarded in other recent auctions held by countries such as Brazil or Portugal. The rest of the projects corresponded to 10 wind projects, two biomass projects, six biogas projects, one landfill biogas project and six small hydroelectric utilization projects. Overall, these new installations will be built across 12 Argentinean provinces: Buenos Aires, Catamarca, Chaco, Córdoba, Formosa, La Pampa, Mendoza, Salta, San Juan, San Luis, Santa Cruz and Santa Fe. According to the secretariat, the projects will result in investments of more than $368 million. They are expected to generate more than 1,000 new jobs, spanning construction and operation and maintenance roles. Round 3 will use capacity available in the medium-voltage networks of distributors, and could give rise to the participation of nontraditional actors in the energy sector, which would drive up the number of companies that generate electricity from renewables. Selected projects must be be connected in medium- and low-voltage networks of 13.2 kV, 33 kV and 66 kV. The size limit is 10 MW, with a minimum output of 500 kW. Regarding the contractual terms, selected bidders were awarded 20-year PPAs with the Electricity Wholesale Market Administrator (CAMMESA). They also agreed to adhere to the FODER, a structure that guarantees payment to plants. Since 2016, the government has awarded 244 projects, adding more than 6.3 GW of capacity through rounds 1, 1.5, 2 and 3 of the RenovAr program. Under the previous three rounds, 1.7 GW of solar capacity was allocated. In the last auction, the lowest price for solar was $0.0404/kWh, while the highest and average prices came to $0.0523 and $0.0435, respectively.
Aug 7, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, Portugal, PV plants, Argentina, cammesa, Brazil, installations, auction
Ziyen Energy eyes solar energy for environment-friendly bitcoin mining in Colorado
is computed to be utilizing as much energy in one year as the whole nation of Argentina. "Ziyen Energy Tokenized Fund will certainly remain to get passions in
Aug 20, 2021 // Plants, Blockchain, USA, Colorado, North America, Ziyen Energy, Alastair Caithness

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