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Armstrong Asset management has announced that it will commit US$30 million for solar PV and biogas projects in Southeast Asia.
Trina Solar has said geographic diversification and pricing stabilisation helped it decrease its losses and post stronger than expected shipments in the second quarter of 2013.
Chinese solar cell producer JA Solar’s new p-type mono-crystalline silicon (‘mono-Si’) solar cells have surpassed a conversion effiency of 20%, as verified by the PV calibration laboratory at Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Fraunhofer ISE), Freiburg, Germany.
The petition made by state-owned electricity distributor Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd. (GUVNL) to cut the rate it pays for energy from 88 solar projects by 28% has been rejected.
Solar power generation in Inner Mongolia increased by 169% in the first half of 2013 compared to the same period last year, according to the Inner Mongolia Power Group (IMPG).
If the Coalition defeats the current Labor government in Australia’s general election on 7 September, it could create an AUS$4 billion (US$3.7 billion) gap in funding for the renewable energy sector and other carbon cutting measures, research claims.
Emerson has supplied inverters for an 8MW extension to a solar park in Thailand called Wang Ploeng Solar.
India is about to kick-start a planned US$7.9 billion investment in its electricity grid as it prepares to introduce more solar and wind.
Three directors have resigned from Chinese PV manufacturer Hareon three days after it announced a 19% drop in revenue for the first half of 2013 compared to last year.
Tier 1 Chinese PV module manufacturer, JinkoSolar reported increased shipments, sales and margins for the second-quarter of 2013, while revising upwards shipment guidance for the full-year.
Solar cell and module manufacturer China Sunergy has signed two contracts to supply 9.9MW of solar modules in Romania with EPC firm Bester Generacion.
Solea and Pinpoint Ventures Holding have announced they are working on the 100MW Raasi Solar Park in Tamil Nadu in the south of India.
Gu Ran has been appointed as director of Oxford Instruments China as of July and will be based at its Shanghai factory.
The deadline for evidence for the anti-dumping investigation between India and Asia, the US and EU is today. A verdict could be announced next week.
Chinese manufacturers are awaiting the imminent award of quotas for shipments of PV modules to the EU.