The skies continue to darken for China’s Yingli Solar, once the world’s largest PV module supplier, as it warned investors Friday of an ongoing risk of bankruptcy, huge losses in 2015, and a worsening commercial environment for module manufacturers.
Oil and gas are on the way to being yesterday’s fuels as far as Dong Energy is concerned, but the company’s future is still all about exploration and production – only now the hunt is on for new offshore wind resources to tap into.
27 April 2016 12:25 GMT
Germany-based wind turbine manufacturer Senvion is opening an office in Tokyo to service the local wind market and has won an order for a small wind farm with turbines that already comply with what it calls “rigorous new construction standards introduced by the Japanese government last year”.
26 April 2016 02:02 GMT
SunEdison plans to find partners and then forge ahead with its ambitious plans in India, which has been excluded from the bankruptcy process entered by the majority of its global operations, said the regional boss of the stricken renewables giant.
22 April 2016 10:24 GMT
India’s solar power tenders will see upward pressure from the ultra-low prices lodged by some early bidders, predicted the CEO of one of the country’s leading PV manufacturers, who also revealed that policy talks are underway to support retrofitting of modules at Indian wind farms.
21 April 2016 12:56 GMT
As India prepares to challenge a World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruling against its local-content rules, the CEO of Vikram Solar – one of the country's leading PV groups – told Recharge he is confident his government will swing behind fair-trade action to protect its domestic manufacturers.
20 April 2016 03:47 GMT
Power at “unheard of” cheap prices, post-Paris climate targets and a stable US market will combine to propel the global wind sector to 791.7GW of capacity by the end of 2020, according to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC).
19 April 2016 02:01 GMT
GCL System Integration Technology, a unit of China’s Golden Concord Holdings Limited (GCL), acquired a majority stake in Australian PV distributor One Stop Warehouse, to gain exposure to new international markets without trade barriers.
18 April 2016 01:47 GMT
Finnish utility Fortum is staying tight-lipped over reports that it is in talks to buy stakes in the Indian solar portfolio of SunEdison, describing them as “normal speculation” following its decision to enter the country’s PV market.
15 April 2016 09:47 GMT
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