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China Singyes to spin off materials unit

China Singyes Solar Technologies Holdings has confirmed that it has received formal approval to list shares of its Singyes New Materials subsidiary on the Hong Kong stock exchange’s secondary board.

JinkoSolar provides PV for mosques in Jordan

The Chinese PV module manufacturer has supplied the solar panels in cooperation with its local partner, The Contractor for Renewable Energy.

Kyocera supplies solar for sea-based data monitoring in California

The Japanese manufacturer has provided four of its 145W solar panels for a marine-based Internet of Things (IoT) remote data monitoring platform off the coast of Huntington Beach.

Etrion moves forward on potential sale of 60MW in Italy

Swiss PV group has chosen Greenhill & Co. International to advise on the transaction, which would give it a chance to shore up its capital and devote more resources to the expansion of it business in Japan.

Goldwind confirms first Australian project, coupling solar and wind

China’s Goldwind has revealed that it will commission its first solar plant in Australia, the 20 MW White Rock project, by late 2017.

Japanese business heavyweights urge solar support

As Japan’s energy system approaches a crucial junction, business leaders have urged Japanese policymakers to stay the course with renewables development. The case was also made for the establishment of an “Asian super grid” that could connect the countries of Northeast Asia in a single, meshed electricity network.

China Singyes unit sells off 100MW of PV

Excel Deal Investment has agreed to buy two 81% stakes in two companies from Hunan Singyes Green Energy for HKD861,000,000 (USD111 million).

Philippines may place limits on future PV build-out

The country’s Department of Energy (DoE) may start imposing limits on the amount of renewables such as solar and wind that can be installed in parts of the country where the grid is most congested, according to a local report.

India: secondary solar market emerging, says report

Indian solar developers are gradually laying the groundwork for the emergence of a secondary market for solar assets by shopping their rapidly growing project portfolios to prospective investors, according to a recent report by Bridge to India.

Neo Solar Power posts NTD826 million net loss in H1

First-half revenues reached NTD10.408 billion (USD334 million ), contributing to an operating loss of NTD834 million. It recorded a gross margin of 3.37%.

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