Solar technology company based in Poland, Saule Technologies, a pioneer in the development of solar cells based on perovskites by inkjet printing them on ultra-thin, flexible foils, announced it has reached the point of technology development to be able to print its flexible, lightweight, semi-transparent, single junction solar modules with a consistent 10% efficiency.
Renewable Swiss FinTech Pexapark, dedicated to providing advisory and enterprise software for the monitoring and management of renewables in open markets, announced it has released country-specific long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) price reports for renewables in the European market.
Germany-based energy supply company EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG announced that after having received the final official approvals, it closed the acquisition of French developer and operator of wind and solar farms VALECO on 3 June 2019.
Iberdrola announced that is is moving forward with its renewables strategy with the Francisco Pizarro project which, with 590 MW and an investment totalling more than €300 million, will become Europe’s largest photovoltaic solar plant.
Clean technology company Verditek PLC, headquartered in London, UK, announced the official opening of its first solar PV module factory in Lainate, Italy. Verditek Solar Italy (VSI) operates the site and production of its lightweight solar panel modules which is bringing to market.