Solar is gaining ground in Latin America, but challenges remain, from financing, permitting and local content laws to the need to lower costs while maintaining quality as prices tumble at auction.
In preparation of our second Renewable Energy Trade Mission to Iran, we've released an updated version of our country-overview of Iran.
This 40-page complimentary report provides a quick overview and valuable outline of the (solar) energy landscape in all countries included in the ASEAN region (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations).
RE100 has grown rapidly since a handful of global companies — led by co-founders IKEA and Swiss Re, under the oversight of The Climate Group and CDP — vowed to derive all their electricity from renewable sources by self-determined target years.
On May 12, 2017, Solarplaza organized the webinar “Overview of Asian solar PV market and financing opportunities”.
As Brazil’s development bank BNDES announces its first solar loan, we take a look at the difficulties of financing PV projects in Brazil.
The gigantic increase of solar power in The Netherlands in the coming years will revolutionize the Dutch energy infrastructure.
Already present in half a dozen Latin American countries, Italian solar developer Thesan sees Argentina as a new frontier as the country becomes more attractive thanks to the RenovAr program and two successful electric power tenders.
On 15th March 2017, Solarplaza organized the webinar “Currency Risk and Convertibility Issues for Nigerian Solar/RE Projects”.
With around five percent of the region still without electricity, Latin America offers ample opportunities for solar solutions for off-grid households.