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Consultant plays down Chinese solar fever

The nation is set to have added 40 GW of solar in 2020 and that figure will rise again this year, to 45-50 GW, according to one of the year’s first industry predictions.

Futurasun doubles production capacity to 1 GW

The module manufacturer has opened its second 500 MW factory in China.

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Shanghai’s Rafael Gallery to host 1 MW of Hanergy modules

Chinese thin film manufacturer Hanergy has announced plans to integrate its CIGS modules into the 150,000 square meter rooftop of a ‘sky bridge’ project planned as part of a major ‘tech city’ project under construction in Shanghai.

China: 2018 installations could drop by more than a third

On Friday, three Chinese government ministries issued a joint “2018 Solar PV Power Generation Notice.” Its impact has been hotly debated since, with two key conclusions: the largest market segment – utility-scale PV – will take a pounding and not come close to last year’s record installation figure of just under 34 GW; and the expanding distributed generation market segment, which rose 360% from 2016 to 2017, will also be severely impacted by a 10 GW cap on new projects.

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IHS Markit at SNEC: Grid parity within reach in China

At their 2018 PV Market Workshop, across the street from the massive SNEC solar exhibition in Shanghai, IHS Markit offered interesting insights into the further development of China’s PV and energy storage markets, as well as the global PV market as a whole.

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Hareon faces huge losses, possible delisting from stock market

The Chinese solar PV manufacturer gives warning of operational losses amounting up to $444 million in 2017. Ongoing financial losses could result in a delisting from the Shanghai Stock Exchange.

Hareon posts $76.07 million net loss in H1

Hareon Solar Technology has reported a net loss of CNY 501.5 million ($76.07 million) in the first half of 2017.

100 MW Chinese solar project receives first loan issued by BRICS bank

The New Development Bank, a multilateral development bank established by the BRICS nations, has sanctioned its first loan agreement – $75.6 million financing for a 100 MW Chinese solar farm.

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