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CP Clean Energy to list shares in Hong Kong

Shares of China Power Clean Energy Development (CP Clean Energy) are expected to start trading on the Hong Kong stock exchange on Tuesday, July 18. The move is part of a broader restructuring effort for the diversified energy developer.

Panda Green’s H1 PV generation soars 63.9% year on year

Hong Kong-listed PV investor Panda Green Energy’s solar projects in China generated approximately 1,001.9 GWh of electricity in the six months to the end of June, up sharply from 611.2 GWh in the second half of 2016.

Kong Sun completes 30 MW in China

The Chinese PV investor connected a new solar array to the grid this week in Huanghua, Hebei province.

Kong Sun buys 100 MW for $80.3 million

Kong Sun Yongtai Investment, the Chinese group’s investment holding unit, has acquired three projects in northwestern China.

GCL & Fuyang tie up on 200 MW in China

A subsidiary of GCL New Energy has signed a framework agreement with Fuyang New Energy Technology to build and operate up to 200 MW of solar capacity in China this year.

BECE posts $68 million net profit in 2016

The Hong Kong-listed renewables developer recorded a net profit of HK$529.2 million ($68.03 million) in the 12 months to the end of December, from a profit attributable to shareholders of about HK$38.5 million in 2015. Basic earnings per share for the year were HK$0.14.

Hanergy claims return to profit in 2016 annual financial report

Hong Kong energy firm posts revenue of HK$4.48 billion in 2016, and reports profits of HK$252 million following the resumption of trading. Firm’s solar division reports solid results.

Huadian Fuxin posts $293.6 million profit in 2016

The Chinese renewable-energy developer’s consolidated installed PV capacity rose to 977 MW in the year to the end of December, on 177.3 MW of annual capacity additions.

CGN New Energy’s profit narrows in 2016

The Chinese independent power producer’s profit attributable to shareholders plunged 23.5% year on year to $79.5 million, as revenue slid 6.7% to $1.07 billion in the 12 months to the end of December.

Huadian wraps up 40 MW of solar in China

The Chinese state-owned power producer has connected three projects to the grid in eastern and northern China.

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