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Major PV manufacturer, JinkoSolar reported a record high 758.1MW of module shipments in the third quarter of 2014, while guiding shipments of over 1GW in the fourth quarter.
JinkoSolar has said it could float its planned yield co in either the US or Hong Kong.
Yingli Green will supply panels to the world’s largest floating PV plant, a 7.5MW power station in Japan, according to the Japanese company behind the project.
After adjustments to its IPO pricing, Hong Kong based PV project developer, Sky Solar Holdings has listed on the NASDAQ stock market, providing US$46.1 million in net proceeds.
Taiwan-based PV module producer, WINAICO, has obtained the Japan Electrical Safety and Environment Technology (JET) certifications for its WST and WSP PV series modules.
Japanese solar developer Tamagawa Holdings will build a 5.5MW photovoltaic power plant in southwest Japan.
SPI Solar Japan G.K., a wholly owned subsidiary of PV developer SPI Solar, has agreed to a purchase deal to acquire 100% of equity interest in a 22MW PV project in Sukagawa City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.
JinkoSolar is on the brink of spinning out its Jinko Power unit as a publicly traded yield co following the closure of US$225 million of investment.
PV manufacturer JA Solar reported a 55.6% increase in module shipments in the third quarter and generated revenue of US$492.2 million, up 24.7% sequentially.
Solar developer SPI Solar has entered into a framework agreement to acquire 168.5MW of solar projects from engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firm TBEA Sunoasis.
India’s energy minister, Piyush Goyal has said the nation’s solar target is to be multiplied to 100GW by 2022.
Electricity distributors, or ‘discoms’, in Delhi have been instructed by the Delhi Electricity Regulation Commission (DERC) to bolster infrastructure for rooftop solar customers.
Taiwan Polysilicon Corp has filed for corporate restructuring after a court ruled that it had failed to fulfil its obligations on NT$940 million (US$30.6 million) bonds.
Trina Solar has produced n-type and p-type monocrystalline and p-type multicrystalline solar cells with new record conversion efficiencies. Trina Solar expects the technologies used to become part of its future production roadmap.
Major China-based PV manufacturer, JA Solar, has had TUV Rheinland verify its PERC cell technology modules have a record-high >17.2% conversion efficiency, producing a standard 60-cell module with a performance figure above 280W.