Many photos, almost daily, on the Eco Park in Baoding set for Official Opening on August 12th...
See Yingli Group for more details & photos...
"NRG Energy is the latest company to get into community solar, with the launch ... of a 1-megawatt shared solar project to serve approximately 200 homes in Freetown, Massachusetts."
While CSIQ & JKS are Gold Sponsors, Yingli is not listed as even exhibiting from July 29-31.
Either they have partners they can trust to co-promote, are cutting marketing expenses to the extreme or are simply .... _______ ____ __ _________.
The whole entire subsidy, dumping, is all a sham. Every country does it. This is an international competition. Even American companies wants to take advantage for the company's benefit. Chinese, US, Europe will all go to SE Asia for their manufacturing. Companies will complain and new dumping subsidy lawsuit. What then, companies will keep on moving to another country. It's all a game.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Companies 'pound' the unfair costs associated with Chinese Module Players yet utilize 'cheap labor & costs' abroad: SPWR - "We are getting more output, primarily a result of more output out of our two large fabs, one in the ++Philippines++ and one in ++Malaysia++. Both outperformed in the quarter, both beat yield, and both beat the utilization of the equipment, so-called OEE or overall equipment effectiveness. So we got more output because the two fabs performed better."
This 'one article' referred to was via Australia - see the title from April 22nd, prior to the 'u#$%$ job/annual report' titled Bloomberg warns of potential failure of solar manufacturers . . . all energy hw dot au . . . 'small point' being did 'anyone' run with that article or single out the companies at the 'most' risk to go bankrupt . . .
We would be around $1.75 if it wasn’t for that deceptive article May 17, 2015 by Seeking Alpha. It is funny the author who uses “free speech” uses a pseudonym, Casual Analyst.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Selective quoting. Free speech. Right before the bankruptcy line, Yingli said they had good relations with banks and has line of credit ready to go.
Clearly, it was media manipulation.
The “Risk Factors” in the 2014 20-F state the same risks. It wasn’t an issue last year because an article wasn’t written and published like one was this year that printed a “Risk Factor” as if it was “news” without pointed out that it was from “Risk Factors”. Everyone who buys and sells stock should know what a risk factor is and so did the author of that article.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
See Article from April 22nd, 2015 (prior to the media 'hit job' and demise) quoting BNEF, that outlines the Bankruptcy Risks of Solar Companies to include Yingli; relevant since it did not 'capture' the negative attention of other news outlets and therefore begs the question on what/who 'caused' the decline in yge shares i.e. Yingli or the media...
I agree 100% on the 'selling of project news' via press releases since we learned via the Q1 CC only from last quarter that 3 projects totaling 54MW had been sold ytd but there were no accompanying press releases, right? perhaps due to their ownership percentage not being 100% or the lack of Big Profits. One is left to 'assume' that the income from the 54MW sold went toward debt payment(s) with the reality being that profitability was not reached and it is not easy to analyze how much difference the selling of roughly some additional 350 to 550 MW (projected for 2015) will affect the bottom line.
Note: Some 90 MW were Under Negotiation for being sold (3 projects) as of the last CC so there is Promise there and perhaps Yingli is using their pipeline as a hedge, to pay off their October Loan Tranche that is due, if there is a delay in the 2nd sell-on/income from the Poly plant/Land that is potentially to hit in Late Aug/Sept.?
They release news all the time. Twitter and linkedin are active. They aren't popular enough to make headlines in mainstream media. Do some homework homie
Asunim: "On the farm in Develi, approximately 18,000 head of cattle, are now farmed and milked with the use of the solar electricity that is produced by 4675 reliable YL245P-29b solar modules manufactured by Yingli Solar at an annual average of 1,800MWh/year."
Just a thought but is there a growing market for Solar Security?
Started July 27th: "The training a joint bid by the human resources and technology management platform, the training courses to recruit 18 participants were from developing countries (Pakistan, Gambia, Algeria, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Kenya, India), including research and technical personnel, business executives and government officials." via Yingli Group