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.
The Chinese inverter manufacturer ships CP2000 Station-S compact central inverters to three 5 MW sub-plants of a 20 MW solar farm in Thailand. Fourth sub-plant completed with Growatt’s string inverter.
The Bangkok-based company acquired the rights to build and run a 154.98 MW solar array in Onikobe, Miyagi prefecture.
The U.S.-headquartered producer of thin film modules collaborated with Thai renewable energy developer Prime Road Group to supply its modules to four separate solar farms in Thailand.
Siam Commercial Bank plc (SCB) and China Minsheng Bank will jointly provide the manufacturer with a US$210 million loan to finance its new production facility in Thailand.
It was not a pretty year for solar finance, but some sectors remained unscathed.
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