2017-01-04

ReneSola to Develop 335MW of Rooftop PV Systems in China

Distributed solar generation systems has been winning attraction around the world, including China. ReneSola, a vertically-integrated solar project developer, has signed a framework agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Beijing Enterprises.. more
2017-01-04

Canadian Solar Sells Two Solar Power Plants to Chinese Company

Canadian Solar’s wholly-owned subsidiary, CSI New Energy Holding Co., Ltd. has completed the sale of 2 solar power plants in Jiangsu Province, China to Shenzhen Energy Nanjing Holding Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Shenzhen Ener.. more
2016-12-29

China Raises Quota for PV Subsidies for 2016

China's National Energy Administration (NEA) announced to receive additional capacity target for PV projects for 2016, filed by provinces, region, or municipality by up to 1GW each, in order to cope with surge in such projects as a resu.. more
2016-12-27

China’s FIT Scheme for PV Projects for 2017 Officially Revealed

China’s feed-in tariff (FIT) rates for solar PV projects for 2017 has been officially announced by the National Development and Reform Commission. The rates for large-scale, ground-mounted projects in different regions will be generally higher than those formerly.. more
2016-12-15

China Signs Technology Licensing Agreement with CSIRO for Concentrated Solar Power

In continued emphasis on mitigation and adaptation, CSIRO has partnered with Chinese company Thermal Focus, following China’s announcement to produce 1.4 GW of CST by 2018, and 5 GW by 2020. This would double the world’s installed CST plants. .. more
2016-12-09

Demand for xEV Batteries to Grow 17% Annually in 2017 on Back of Recovery of China’s xEV Market

Global volume demand for lithium batteries that power xEVs (plug-in vehicles) is estimated to reach 1.7 billion units in 2016 and grow by 17% annually to 2 billion units in 2017, according to EnergyTrend, a division of TrendForce. EnergyTrend reports that the China has .. more
2016-12-07

China’s 2017 Feed-in Tariff Rates for PV Projects Discovered

It was discovered by Chinese media that the Beijing government has decided on the feed-in tariff (FIT) rates for solar power projects for the year 2017. The discovery showed that the new FIT rates will be higher than figures proposed in the .. more

 

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