International

Pipeline Projects International

Phelan Energy prides itself on its continuing international penetration of the renewable energy world.
Currently they have interests in the following areas:

 

International-Pipeline

Argentina

In mid 2016 Argentina held their first round of bidding for renewable energy projects. Phelan Energy Group will likely partake in the next bidding round.

Brazil

Brazil has ambitious targets of contracting 1–2 GW of solar contracts per year. Phelan Energy Group aims to partake in one of the government-run auctions in the near future.

Algeria

Phelan Energy Group submitted a proposal in November 2016 for a 1 GW project and we are awaiting the outcome.

Tunisia

Phelan Energy Group submitted a proposal to governmental authorities in May 2016.

Saudi Arabia

Phelan Energy Group will partake in the next government tender.

Jordan

Phelan Energy Group submitted a proposal and will partake in the next tender process.

United Arab Emirates

Phelan Energy Group partook in the Sweihan PV Project in Abu Dhabi and submitted the third lowest price for solar PV in the world ever. We will partake in future UAE projects.

Iran

Phelan Energy Group secured a 10 MW project in Iran. Our aim is to have 50 MW of projects by the end of 2017 and 500 MW of projects by 2022.

Oman

We are awaiting a tender to be released.

Bangladesh

Phelan Energy Group have proposed a 30 MW Solar Project to the Government of Bangladesh and are awaiting approval.

India

Phelan Energy Group will enter the Indian market in the first quarter of 2017 by partaking in the National Solar Programme via SECI (Solar Energy Corporation of India).

South East Asia

Many countries in South East Asia are in the process of implementing solar programmes and Phelan Energy Group will most likely participate. Countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines are of particular interest.

South Africa

175 MW is operational. We have secured a pipeline in excess of 2 000 MW of bid-ready solar projects.

Senegal

Phelan-SECI Energia Consortium pre-qualified for Senegal’s 100 MW International Finance Corporation (IFC) Scaling Solar Bid.

Turkey

Phelan Energy Group will partake in the next tender process.

Morocco

Phelan Energy Group will partake in the next tender process.

Canada

We are watching the progress of market.

USA

We are watching the progress of market.