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PV module manufacturer Yingli Green Energy has begun on two ground-mounted PV plants in Hebei Province, China.
Global trading and infrastructure conglomerate, Marubeni Corporation is to build a mega solar park in Iwanuma City, Japan.
Major Taiwan-based solar wafer producer, Green Energy Technology (GET) has reported a sales decline of 10% in March.
Module, cell and wafer supplier, Jinko Solar, is to supply modules for distribution in India.
A review conducted by the Australian government regarding the country’s renewable energy targets has potentially put multiple PV projects at risk.
The first update to Japan’s energy policy since the tsunami and resultant Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011 will not include a definite renewable energy target, according to a leaked draft.
China-based PV mounting systems producer, Clenergy is partnering with the Xiamen National Hi-Tech Entrepreneurship Center in Fujian, China on commercial rooftop projects totaling around 150MW over the next few years.
Major China-based PV inverter manufacturer, Sungrow Power Supply Co has signed a ‘strategic cooperation agreement’ to build a total of 300MW of PV power plants in Inner Mongolia at an estimated cost of US$483 million, according to a company statement.
China-based polysilicon and wafer producer, Daqo New Energy Corp reported narrowing quarterly losses on improved shipments of polysilicon and wafers in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Major Taiwan-based solar cell manufacturer, Neo Solar Power (NSP) has reported record sales of approximately US$83.2 million (NT$2,518 million) for March, 2014.
Global solar developer, SunEdison has dropped a 20MW project following concerns about domestic manufacturing supply in India.
A meeting of Shunfeng shareholders has unanimously approved the takeover deal for Wuxi Suntech.
China Merchants New Energy Group (CMNEG) has extended its stake in United Photovoltaics, formerly Goldpoly.
AU Optronics (AUO) has announced a move downstream, establishing a joint venture (JV) with several Tawianese insurance companies aimed at investing in and managing solar power plants in Taiwan.
A credit of Chaori Solar, the first company in China to default on a domestic bond repayment, has applied for the company to enter bankruptcy restructuring.