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SOLEK Group and CIFI sign $15.1 million credit facility to finance a portfolio of photovoltaic power plants in Chile
10. January 2022
SOLEK Group and CIFI, a leading provider of infrastructure finance in LatAm, have signed a US$15.1 million loan facility to finance Solek’s photovoltaic projects in Chile. Banco Scotiabank S.A. will act as the account bank and the VAT lender.
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Nala Renewables acquires large portfolio of Solar Photovoltaic Projects under development in Chile
17. December 2021
Nala Renewables has signed an acquisition agreement for a portfolio of solar photovoltaic projects from renewable energy developer Solek, comprised of thirteen PV projects located in five regions across the country.
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Velvet Energy Revolution
15. July 2020
2021 will go down in history. At least the history of climate as investments in renewable resources are supposed to grab the biggest piece of the power industry pie for the first time,
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How to make a triangle out of a circle
8. July 2020
In the wake of the coronavirus crisis, the Czech government made two major energy decisions at the end of April. On the one hand, it decided on the completion of a giant nuclear unit in Dukovany, and on the other hand,
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When we wake up one day
17. March 2020
The pandemic has not yet peaked, and people are already asking what the world will be like after it is over. That’s natural. The restrictions will hopefully end one day, but will life be the same as we were used to?
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Solek has signed a contract in Romania with E.ON for half a billion Czech crowns
2. January 2020
Solek, the Czech photovoltaic group, has signed a ten-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with E.ON Romania, a leading player on the Romanian energy market. The total value of the transaction is estimated at approximately 500 million crowns.
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Like chalk and cheese, or two reports on energy from two ends of the earth
19. December 2019
While renewable resources show a huge increase in efficiency each year, the construction of traditional nuclear sources surpasses itself in the length of delays and increases in budgeted costs.
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