For solar projects that are not owned by utilities or the final customer, developers must determine to whom they shall sell their electricity.
We are seeing a reasonable risk appetite for long-term PPAs. Many of them are actually already in negotiation.
Subsidy-free solar is taking off in European markets where PV can now produce electricity at a cost that beats other generation sources.
In the run-up to ‘Making Solar Bankable - Evolving Business Models in Emerging Markets’, we’re speaking to Emmanuelle Matz of Proparco (part of AFD - the French Development Agency) to ...
A digital currency designed to accelerate solar generation could be worth up to €30 per MWh in three years time.
Following our recent webinar “How to Manage Currency Risks for RE Projects in Africa”, we have summarized the most important conclusions in this article.
Europe’s yieldcos have largely avoided the turmoil seen in the US and face an upbeat future despite the UK’s split from the European Union.
As emerging market banks gradually grow used to solar, the bankability issue for developers is increasingly around off-takers and currency, not projects.
The database system underpinning the bitcoin currency could serve to record distributed energy transactions, an expert says.
After an inflexion point in 2013, solar power has become a respectable asset class for capital markets wielding up to $130 trillion in funds.
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