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Solar developer Fotowatio Renewable Ventures – backed by Denham Capital Management LP – has closed financing on a 70MW project in Australia, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Singyes Solar and GCL New Energy have signed a cooperation agreement that will see at least 500MW projects in 2015 alone.
Global renewables developer, CBD Energy, is to build a 64MW solar power project in Thailand.
The Taiwanese government is to intervene on behalf of solar manufacturers hit by the US government’s latest solar trade duties.
Samsung SDI will supply its lithium-ion batteries to a Japanese company building a 1MW solar farm, with the deal expected to then go on to furnish an initial 20 solar farms with batteries.
PV module manufacturer Wuxi Suntech will give solar panels to a 7.5MW off-grid installation in order to power rural schools and villages in Malaysia.
Taiwan-based solar cell producer, E-Ton Solar Tech, has reported a decline in revenue for June, following other merchant suppliers in the region ahead of US anti-dumping preliminary findings.
PV manufacturer Kyocera has identified a slowdown in its Japanese solar business as one of the factors behind a fall in income in the first quarter of 2014.
The northern province of India, Uttar Pradesh, is calling for bids to develop 300MW of solar capacity.
JinkoSolar has secured US$225 million in fresh investment for its solar projects business and has revised its project forecast up from 400 to 600MW.
The PV Japan show, kicking off today, will see some of Japan’s biggest names in solar look to diversify their range of products and services, while foreign firms continue their attempts to make inroads into the Japanese market.
The Chinese government has issued a standardised power purchase agreement (PPA) for large-scale solar power plants.
Solar farm developer, SPCG and PV module manufacturer, Kyocera have completed and commissioned the last of 35 solar power plants in Thailand.
Potential developers will soon be invited to submit proposals for energy storage demonstration projects in India, with the Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL) and the country’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) actively seeking demonstration projects.
Hanergy Solar Group has proposed a name change to better reflect its focus on thin-film PV technologies.