Solar technology contracts activity in September 2022 saw 29 contracts announced, marking a drop of 77% over the last 12-month average of 124, according to GlobalData’s power industry contracts database.

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Looking at global power contracts activity divided by the type of technology, solar held the top position in terms of number of contracts during September 2022 with a 55.8% share.

The proportion of contracts by category in the Solar technology tracked by GlobalData in the month was as follows:

  1. Power Purchase Agreement: 24 contracts and an 82.8% share
  2. Project Implementation: five contracts and a 17.2% share.

Europe leads solar contracts activity in September 2022

Comparing contracts activity in solar technology in different regions of the globe, Europe held the top position with eight contracts and a share of 27.6% during September 2022, followed by Middle East and Africa with seven contracts and a 24.1% share and North America with seven contracts and a 24.1% share.

In fourth place was Asia-Pacific with seven contracts and a 24.1% share.

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Solar technology contracts in September 2022: Top companies by capacity

The top issuers of contracts in Solar technology for the month in terms of power capacity involved were:

  1. Government of Nigeria (Nigeria): 961MW from one contract
  2. McDonald Partners (United States): 255MW from one contract
  3. CPS Energy (United States): 235MW capacity from one contract.

Solar technology contracts in September 2022: Top winners by capacity

The top winners of contracts for the month in terms of power capacity involved were:

  1. Sterling and Wilson Solar Solutions (United States): 961MW from one contract
  2. EDF Renewable Development (United States): 255MW from one contract
  3. Ashtrom Renewable Energy (Israel) and Kenlov Renewable Energy (Israel): 235MW capacity from one contract.

All publicly-announced contracts are included in this analysis drawn from GlobalData’s Power database, which covers power plants, T&D projects, equipment markets, analysis reports, capacity and generation, and tracks tenders and contracts on a real-time basis.

More in-depth reports and analysis on all reported contracts are available for subscribers to GlobalData’s Power database.