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India: Telangana gets lowest bid

The lowest bid so far of INR5.17 (US$0.08) per kWh has been quoted by SkyPower in the Telangana solar tender today. The financial bids for some 2,000MW opened today in the southern Indian state.


China: GCL, CNI enter into EPC solar contracts totaling 90 MW

GCL has contracted CNI Energy to work on 116 MW of its solar PV projects

GCL New Energy Holdings Limited, via two subsidiaries, has signed two EPC agreements with CNI Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of CNI (Nanjing) Energy Development Company Limited, to install 90 MW of solar PV plants in China,...


Volume sales will speak volumes, says Singulus

Singulus Technologies has reported an improvement in earning before EBIT for the first half of 2015. The company's financial goals being met will rely on volume sales and this will become clear in the weeks to come.


JinkoSolar secures $80m loan agreement with Ex-Im Bank

JinkoSolar PV installation.

Bulk of the loan ($62 million) will be used to support the Chinese solar company's long-term fixed assets, with a further $8 million (RMB50 million) loan to be used for working capital at its Malaysia factory.


Welspun commissions 34 MW Indian solar plant

Welspun is hoping to significantly contribute to India's ambitious solar energy goals

Welspun Renewables has commissioned a 34 MW solar PV plant in Punjab. It has signed an MOU to develop a further 151 MW in the state, and is said to be targeting 11 GW of renewable installations in India.


SolarWorld sees H1 solar shipment surge

SolarWorld is investing in production capacity expansions

SolarWorld AG has reported a surge in solar shipments in the first half of 2015, with revenue also on the up. In its preliminary results, the German manufacturing giant confirms its full year shipment forecast of over 1 GW, and a...


Residential solar market remains the most attractive, says Deutsche Bank

The latest Deutsche Bank "Solar sector update" states the U.S. continues to drive global solar demand and the residential market retains its draw for investment.


Obama set to announce clean energy vision

President Barack Obama.

Tougher rules on carbon emissions part of President's new Energy Plan, which will include greater incentives for the deployment of renewable energy technologies.


95.5 MW of PV capacity for June in Germany

In June this year, the German Federal Network Agency registered a rather low 95.5 MW of PV capacity, depicting the same story as in the last months. Of that, 56.8 MW came into operation.


TerraForm Global raises $675 million in IPO

TerraForm Global's solar projects are located in China, India, South Africa, Honduras, Uruguay, Malaysia and Thailand

In its IPO, launched on July 31, SunEdison Inc.’s yieldco, TerraForm Global Inc. raised US$675 million through the sale of 45 million Class A shares on the NASDAQ stock exchange, priced at $15 each. An additional 6.75 million...


Germany: PV tender extended to rooftops above 1 MW

German PV power plant.

The German federal government is currently evaluating its PV tender process. The BMWi (German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy) today released an official "key notes" paper in which it was proposed that a separate...


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Donald Trump.

Clinton trumps rivals, SolarCity and PERC are on the up and China is installing more solar than you can shake a stick at, but our dirty smalls could bring an end to life on earth as we know it.


Canadian Solar bundles solutions for three Californian farms

Canadian Solar will supply inverters and PV panels as a bundled system solution to three ground-mounted PV projects on farms in California. Renewable Solar Energy is developing these sites.


Delay in United's 210 MW acquisition

Inner Mongolia.

Developer announces hitch in its $300m deal to buy Chinese plant portfolio. Details of the acquisition, due today, have been delayed by up to four weeks.


Japan: GE to supply the Hosoe project

General Electric, better known as GE, will be supplying the 96.2MW Hosoe PV plant in Kyushu island, Japan, with power solutions. The company has crafted a solution package for smooth running of such MW projects.


Developer wins lawsuit against Suntech

Cheng Kin Ming.

Shunfeng-owned Wuxi Suntech must reimburse ZKenergy with $38.5m and counting. Claim stems from broken module supply agreement.


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