Spain’s most recent renewables’ auction celebrated in January and which... Read more →
Miguel Morales has left his senior finance role with Santander to join Iberian oil & gas group Cepsa as its head of renewables, gas & power planning & development.
At a Glance: Spanish auction avoids bidding bloodbath although winning offers still well under current PPA rates
Spain held its first renewable energy auction for three and a half years on Tuesday (January 26), with Capital Energy emerging as the single biggest winner having secured 625MW of onshore wind support.
The French government is understood to be planning a reduction in incentives for solar PV plants which began receiving 20-year tariff support prior to a 2011 change in regulation, a move which has drawn sharp criticism across industry due to the impact this would have on financial models and investor returns.
France’s Ministry for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition has awarded regulatory support to 1.7GW of onshore wind and solar projects via six competitive tenders, with Total, Engie and Axpo Volkswind among the big winners.