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Taiwan-based PV producer, Motech Industries said it had started shipping PV module orders totalling 22MW to customers in China to meet demand for projects.
Chinese manufacturer JA Solar claims to have achieved a record 20% conversion efficiency in one of its multicrystalline PV cells.
Meiya Power, a subsidiary of the China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) focused on renewable energy, has raised US$227 million in its over-subscribed IPO in Hong Kong.
India’s Tata Power Solar has announced the completion of five solar power projects for the Chennai Silks group.
Japanese telecoms giant Softbank has revealed a plan to build a 5.8MW solar farm in Hiroshima through its renewable energy projects division, SB Energy.
Shunfeng Photovoltaic has signed a cooperation agreement with Hainan Xinghai County People’s government, to build 250MW of solar arrays.
Canadian Solar has made the first dent in what it claims is a 405MW pipeline of PV projects in Japan, connecting a project in Kagoshima, on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu.
UGE and engineering, Manila based procurement and management company, Orion Group have teamed up to boost solar deployment in the Philippines.
The resignation of China Sunergy (CSUN) chief executive, Stephen Zhifang Cai, has prompted the return of one of the company’s founders, Tingxui Lu, to the top post.
PV materials provider DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions and PV module manufacturer Yingli Green Energy have finished a 210kW PV project on the rooftop of the DuPont China R&D Center in Shanghai.
SolarWorld Americas has backed proposed bi-partisan legislation to reinforce the protection of trade secrets.
The need for resilient electricity supplies is driving demand for micro-grids in the Asia-Pacific region to the “threshold of exponential growth”, according to a new report from Frost & Sullivan.
International consulting and engineering company, Pöyry, is to carry out engineering work on a 130MW solar power plant in Thailand.
Having the two largest markets in the world, China and Japan helps, but according to market research firm NPD Solarbuzz the Asia-Pacific region that includes India, Australia and Thailand is expected to support PV market demand of around 17.2GW in the second half of 2014.
China-based PV manufacturer and developer Hareon Solar Technology has signed a cooperation framework agreement with the Management Committee of Jiangning, Nanjing high-tech Park, China that includes 150MW of distributed rooftop PV projects.