North Macedonia debut PV project nears conclusion
North Macedonia's first large photovoltaic plant is nearing the end of its construction phase. The developer Europower Solar has actually virtually finished the 11.7 MW initial phase of the Oslomej solar project, which lies together with a coal-fired power plant in Kichevo. Executives from the European Bank for Reconstruction and also Development, which is financing the project, as well as the national utility ESM recently visited the facility to check the progress of the construction. The future photovoltaic plants to be created to finish the project pipe at the area will certainly be improved a previous coal mine. Europower Solar is part of Turkish group Girisim Elektrik. The project is equipped with 8 Ingeteam solar inverters of 1400kW each. The Oslomej project is a vital milestone for North Macedonia, because it marks "firm dedication" by the nation's government to the energy transition in the direction of a cleaner generation design, as reflected in the energy regulation approved by the government in December 2020, specified Ingeteam.
Mar 7, 2022 // Plants, Europe, North Macedonia, Ingeteam, PV Power Plant
EVN's unit installs initial bifacial PV plant in North Macedonia
PV plant located in Negotino, in central North Macedonia, is the first of its kind in the nation and has a capacity to create 2.1 GWh of electricity each year, EVN
Dec 4, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, Bifacial PV, evn, PV Power Plant, Macedonia
N. Macedonia inks contracts with Bulgaria's Solarpro, Turkey's Fortis for 100 MW solar park project
declaration. Solarpro expects to get to over 80 MW set up capability in North Macedonia in 2 years, Alexander Petreski, CEO of Solarpro's unit in North
Jun 18, 2021 // Plants, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Europe, Asia, Turkey, PV Power Plant, Bulgaria, N. Macedonia, Solarpro, Fortis, solar park project
North Macedonia’s 35 MW solar tender attracts 82 bids
North Macedonia’s economy minister, Kreshnik Bektashi, has announced 82 investors have submitted bids for the construction of two solar projects with a total generation capacity of 35 MW that the ministry tendered in early June. One project, consisting of several plants with a combined capacity of 25 MW, will be deployed in the municipality of Sveti Nikole, in the north of the country, and another 10 MW of capacity will be installed in Makedonski Brod, in central North Macedonia. “To meet the needs of different investors, the building parcels are divided into different sizes, with developers being offered the opportunity to apply for projects with installed capacity of 10 MW, 5 MW, 2 MW and 1 MW,” Bektashi said at a press conference. The selected projects will secure a feed-in premium tariff that tops up the market energy price when required. The premium has been capped at €15/MWh (€0.015/kWh), Bektashi added. He said the results of the tender will be announced 90 days after the opening of bids. In June, the country’s deputy prime minister for economic affairs, Koco Angjushev, revealed another tender for 26 MW of solar on private land would be launched in the following months. The procurement rounds are expected to mobilize investment of €50 million, added the deputy PM. North Macedonia has a 10 MW solar park under development after a tender was held by state owned electric company Elektrani na Makedonija in April. That plant will be built next to the country’s second biggest thermal power plant, which produces around 10% of the country’s electricity. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development agreed to back the solar project with €5.9 million in January.
Sep 4, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, North Macedonia, Kreshnik Bektashi, Sveti Nikole
North Macedonia releases 100 MW solar tender
North Macedonian state-owned electric company Elektrani na Severna Makedonija (ESM) has actually started a tender for 100 MW of solar energy generation capability it wishes to release at its previous Oslomej coal nuclear power plant near Kičevo, in the west of the nation. The utility is looking for prospective companions for the building of 2 50 MW solar parks via a public-private collaboration. Interested programmers have up until May 8 to send proposals. Both projects, introduced by preacher of economic climate Kreshnik Bekteshi in December, begun top of a 10 MW solar project prepared for the exact same place which the federal government tendered in April. Building and construction of that plant was designated to Turkish professional Girishim Electric. The strategy to transform the now-closed 125 MW capability coal plant to solar was introduced by EMS in September.
Feb 20, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, tender, Europe, North Macedonia, ESM
North Macedonia's biggest solar park begins industrial ops
revealed on Monday that its group president, Igor Koprivnikar, signed up with North Macedonian prime minister Dimitar Kovacevski and also economic situation minister
Oct 12, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, North Macedonia, Solar Park
GP Joule offers North American EPC business
German PV developer Goldbeck states deal strengthens its position in the Americas
Sep 19, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, USA, Germany, Europe, North America, David Pichard, GP Joule, Goldbeck Solar, Joachim Goldbeck
Hellenic Petroleum snaps up 303-MW solar project in Greece
Greek power team Hellenic Petroleum (ELPE.AT), or ELPE, has actually clinched a deal to get a 303-MW solar park project at home from domestic renewable project programmer FEN SOL, Energypress reports.
Mar 2, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Greece, Europe, Hellenic Petroleum, Solar Project
RWE, PPC reach FID on 175MW of Greek solar
Construction of 5 projects in Western Macedonia is prepared to start this spring
Jan 26, 2023 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Greece, Europe, rwe, PPC, Georgios Stassis
North Korea plans 2.5 GW solar plant with Chinese help
China will build the huge solar park at its own cost for its energy-hungry neighbor in exchange for access to rare earths. The project was announced by the Association of China Rare Earth Industry.
Oct 25, 2019 // Plants, China, Asia, Korea, Kim Jong-un
Germany's VoltStorage earns licences for Greek battery installations
German energy storage space specialist VoltStorage GmbH has actually obtained licences to set up three battery energy storage facilities in Greece, allowing it to inject 156 MW of capacity right into the grid.
Jan 5, 2023 // Storage, Germany, Europe, VoltStorage
N. Macedonia's Vitaminka obtains licence for 610 kW of PV plants
of 184.08 kW, while Vitaminka 2 will have a capability of 425.60 kW, North Macedonia's Energy and also Water Solutions Regulatory Commission claimed in a statement
Oct 20, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, North Macedonia, PV Power Plant, Vitaminka
ENGIE North America Adds Solar to Renewables Portfolio
ENGIE North America, an independent power manufacturer and also power performance providers, has actually authorized a significant tax obligation equity funding for its renewables profile.
Apr 13, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, clean energy, USA, Solar, Solar Energy, North America, pv projects, Renewable Energy, Solar Power, bank of america, climate changeEast Fork, Electric Reliability Council of Texas, ENGIE North America, ERCOT, Gwenaelle Avice-Huet, HSBCindependent power producer, Jumbo Hill, photovoltaicpv modules, renewables portfolio, tax equity financing
RWE Greek joint venture targets 2GW solar
Developer has joined pressures with power energy PPC and aims to start operating initial projects in 2023
Oct 7, 2021 // Plants, Greece, Europe, rwe renewables, Katja Wunschel, solar project pipeline
Egnatia anticipates strategic financial investment condition for 1.5 GW in solar power
The Interministerial Committee of Strategic Investments of Greece placed a 1.48 GW solar power plant plan filed by Egnatia Group on the list for factor to consider. The business developed projects for numerous solar devices, estimating they would set you back EUR 888 million in total amount.
Oct 9, 2020 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, Total Eren, Egnatia, Kamaridis, Notias, Terna
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