RAI Energy International selected by MEMR for 50 MW Project in Jordan

Global energy development company, RAI Energy International, Inc.,  based in California and with regional offices in Jordan, announced that Jordan’s Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources (MEMR) selected RAI Energy to develop a 50-megawatt (MW) project in Jordan as part of MEMR’s ‘Initial Ranking for the Qualified Bidders for Direct Proposals Submission for Solar PV Projects/Round III based on Base Proposals (50) MW’.

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Savills secures consent from Welsh Government to build 49.9MW solar PV plant in South Wales

Global real estate firm Savills, headquartered in London, announced this week it  has secured planning consent from Welsh Government for the creation of a solar farm with up to 250,000 solar panels and 200 battery storage units with a capacity to generate 49.9MW of green energy with the potential to power 15,000 homes in South Wales.

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Fotowatio Renewable Ventures secures financing for 50MW solar PV plant in Spain

Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), a leading global developer of renewable utility-scale projects headquartered in Spain and part of Abdul Latif Jameel Energy, announced that it has reached financial close for the 50 MW dc La Solanilla Solar Farm in Trujillo, in the Spanish province of Cáceres.

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OPDEnergyto to build solar PV Projects in Spain, Chile and Mexico totaling 500MW

Renewable energy multinational corporation OPDEnergy, headquartered in Spain, announced on November 15 that it will build various photovoltaic solar projects located in Spain, Chile and Mexico next year totalling 500 MW. The investment required for these projects will be of approximately 500 million Euros, financed through the Project Finance Scheme with various financial institutions.

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Solarcentury to build four solar PV projects in Seville, Spain

Solarcentury, a British solar power company, has received the go ahead from the Spanish regional government in Andalucia to construct four solar parks in Alcala de Guadaira, Seville, Spain. The projects are known as “Cerrado Cabrera”, “El primo Alemán”, “Hazas de los sesenta” and “Los Gonzalez” and will produce enough electricity to power 105,000 households.

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