Independent PV power producer, GCL New Energy (GNE), a division of GCL-Poly is selling a 70% shareholding in 19 PV power plants with an installed capacity of approximately 977MW for RMB 1.74 billion (US$251.5 million).
International renewable energy provider GCL New Energy, a subsidiary clean energy conglomerate GCL Group has recently received the first tranche of tariff back payments in China totalling RMB 990 million (US$142.5 million).
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China-based PV project developer GCL New Energy (GCL-NE), a subsidiary of leading clean energy conglomerate GCL Group announced that it had purchased PV modules from both Wuxi Suntech and Hanwha Q CELLS in order to meet Chinese FIT construction deadlines, instead of typically using sister company GCL System Integration’s (GCL-SI) PV modules.
China-based independent PV power producer GCL New Energy Holdings (GCLNE) has reported preliminary full-year 2017 PV power plant operating results, which included cumulative installed capacity reaching a new record of 6GW.
GCL New Energy Holdings (GNE), the downstream independent PV power producer arm of leading polysilicon and solar wafer producer GCL-Poly Energy Holdings, has secured a HK$8,000 million (US$1.02 billion) in new finance.
China-based independent PV power producer GCL New Energy Holdings (GCLNE) has reported preliminary first half year 2017 results, which included cumulative installed PV power plant capacity surpassing 5GW for the first time.
China-based PV manufacturer GCL System Integrated Technology has consolidated its position within the ‘Silicon Module Super League’ (SMSL) ranks after it reported more than 4GW of module shipments in 2016.
CIT Group, a commercial lending and leasing provider, has served as the sole lead arranger for a US$59.8 million loan facility to China’s GCL New Energy for its 84.5MW solar portfolio in North Carolina.