Thailand’s Gulf prepares for IPO

Major Thai gas-fired power and rooftop solar IPP Gulf Energy Development PLC is preparing to launch an IPO after receiving approval from the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).

PV Talk: India charmed by green bonds while solar IPO gates open

The days of naming financing as one of the major hurdles for Indian solar appear to be coming to an end in 2017 as record low tariffs were enabled by a newly-attractive fiscal environment. PV Tech caught up with Kuljit Singh, partner, Transaction Advisory Services at EY, to discuss a potential spate of Indian solar IPOs, pension fund interest, Masala bonds and the future of the market.

Azure Power stock plunges in NYSE debut

Shares of the Delhi-based energy firm Azure Power Global dropped in its debut on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) yesterday, coming in at US$16.12 from the issue price of US$18, before dropping further to US$15.45.

Thai oil refiner to raise US$170 million in solar IPO

BCPG, the renewable energy power producer of Thai oil refiner Bangchak Petroleum, could potentially raise up to 5.9 billion baht (US$170 million) from an initial public offering (IPO) this month, according to the company.

Trina Best targets IPO by 2020, vertical integration

Trina Best, the energy storage company begun as part of Trina Solar but now a separate entity in its own right, wants to go public by 2020 and has not ruled out building its own battery cell production facilities in future.