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Sunseap signs 25-year PPA for 5 MW in Singapore

Singapore’s Sunseap Group has agreed to sell PV-generated electricity to ST Kinetics over a 25-year period across five locations in the Southeast Asian city-state.

Goldman Sachs, Tennenbaum buy Conergy’s Asia business

A unit of Goldman Sachs and funds under Tennenbaum Capital Partners have jointly acquired Conergy Asia & ME and its subsidiaries from Kawa Solar Holdings.

Cypress Creek secures $450 million in funding

“This agreement accelerates our mission to put as much solar in the ground as soon as possible”

Australia’s Redflow seeking AU$14.5m, shifts focus to lead-acid replacement market

Australian stock exchange-listed battery maker Redflow has announced a AU$14.5 million ($11.25 million) funding round, as the Brisbane-based company takes its manufacturing base offshore and turns its attention to a market “sweet-spot” including the off-grid, telecom, commercial and industrial sectors.


REC Group orders $12.4m worth of diamond wire cutting tech from Meyer Burger

The Norwegian solar manufacturer has awarded the CHF 12 million contract to Swiss equipment firm Meyer Burger to supply its DW 288 Series 3 diamond wire cutting technology. Shipment will start in Q3.

JinkoSolar to collaborate with SERIS on new bifacial solar cells

Chinese Tier-1 solar company JinkoSolar is embarking on a research collaboration with the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore to develop high-efficiency bifacial solar cells.

APVIA sees steady Q1 growth in Asian PV

The expansion of the Asian solar market in the first quarter of 2017 was broadly similar to the growth seen in the first quarter of last year, although most countries in the region have yet to reveal official installation statistics for the January-March period, the Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association (APVIA) said in a new report.

Sunseap nails $15 million loan from UOB

United Overseas Bank (UOB) has offered the financing package to support a handful of PV installations that Sunseap is building in Singapore.

REC launches TwinPeak 2S 72 Series rated up to 350 Wp

Norway’s PV manufacturer REC has begun commercial production of what it claims to be the highest power 72-cell multicrystalline solar panel in the world, with nominal output of 350 Wp.

Commercial production of REC TwinPeak 2 BLK2 Series begins

The Singapore-based PV manufacturer is taking the uniformly black-colored version of its TwinPeak solar module to the factory floor.


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