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The Bloomberg New Energy Finance tiering system for PV module makers ranks producers based on bankability and assistance given to developers and EPCs.
The name change is a reflection of the Chinese company's expansion into the development of large scale PV plants.
The conference began with a series of impassioned presentations on the bullish state of China's PV market, but urged greater investment in domestic R&D and quality control.
The move, finally confirmed today, will reduce the solar feed-in tariff to $0.31 cents per kW for 20 years, beginning on April 1.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power agrees 25-year PPA for the project, which will be located north of Las Vegas.
The German-headquartered company will finance all 31 MW of PV across 120 locations of local retail giants, Tiendas Soriana.
The company achieved a performance record in the fourth quarter of 2013, however, including a net profit and a 58% increase in module shipments.