2017-12-06

The New Phase of Top Runner Program Favors Companies Already Dominant in Application Bases and N-Type Solutions in Technology Bases

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) has recently released the official list of proposed projects under the Top Runner Program for 2017. This next (3rd) phase of expansion for the program divides the proposed projects into two categories – those in .. more
2017-08-01

China’s Cumulative PV Installations Could Reach 250GW by 2020

China has targeted installing 86.5GW PV capacity during 2017-2020 under the 13th Five-Year National Development Plan, including 54.5GW for ground-mounted PV projects and 32GW, or 8GW a year, for PV projects under the "Top Runner Program," accordin.. more
2017-06-13

China Issues First Green Certificates to 20 Renewable Energy Projects

China National Renewable Energy Center has issued the nation’s first batch of green certificates on June 12, including 20 renewable energy projects with capacity of 11.25GW. The issued 230,135 certificates represent 230,135,000kWh of g.. more
2017-06-05

Taiwan Plans Exemption of Custom Duties for Four PV Module Component or Material Imports

Taiwan government plans to strength its domestic PV manufacturers’ competitiveness by exempting four PV module component or material imports from custom duties, following the exemption of PV glass’s good tax. Taiwan’s Execu.. more
2017-05-23

China Sets 8-10GW Target for 2017 Phase “Top Runner” Program

National Energy Administration (NEA) of China has announced a preliminary target for the third phase “Top Runner Program” for 2017, setting to add 8~10GW of solar projects under new efficiency standards. The new phase Top Runner Program will include t.. more
2017-05-12

China May Expand Scale of the Next Phase Top Runner Program

It is about time for China to establish the new – third – phase Top Runner Program scheme, and the new scheme is likely to be expanded. The first conference for innovation and solution for Top Runner Program was held in Xi&rsquo.. more
2017-03-28

YieldCo Companies See the Green Light to be Listed in Taiwan

A YieldCo vehicle for renewable energy can be a method to collect capitals. Nonetheless, lack of related regulations, this type of companies still cannot be listed in Taiwan. Taiwan authority expressed that they will study and plan to set up reg.. more

 

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MARKET STATUS

Mono-Si Prices in December Have Become Stable; Multi-Si Orders to Continue until January: Price Trend

This week, the focus of the market was on the change of the mono-si supply chain. Due to the rapid decline of mono-si price, the demand of.. more...

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The New Phase of Top Runner Program Favors Companies Already Dominant in Application Bases and N-Type Solutions in Technology Bases

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) has recently released the official list of proposed projects under the Top Runne.. more...

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