"Jiayuguan City recently signed a cooperative agreement for 500MW of PV project and supportive industrial chain with Yingli Solar" Read more at OFWeek - - - may be connected; anyone know their Chinese geography well enough to know????
Perhaps of the 1/2 dozen or so deals that I've shared that have Not made the normal media releases, this one will cause one to take note?
"Jiayuguan City recently signed a cooperative agreement for 500MW of PV project and supportive industrial chain with Yingli Solar" Read more at OFWeek
its because the news things that were sign take place in August means more orders executed equals more profit
i hope we can get to 3.75 me oh my lol time too buy!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
If USDOC decides to go forward with CVD. They will be in violations of WTO rules.
Google WTO solar.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I have been following Trefis' price estimates for about 2 years now and find that they area a day late and a dollar short all of the time. they Trefis is not very accurate and the 3.75 estimate came from them. They have circus monkeys working for them. Credit Suisse has them much higher in value. August through October is the traditional ride for this stock and the shorts are going to cover soon. Weak hands have also recently dumped which is a good thing.
China hopes to announce “very ambitious” goals to cut carbon-dioxide output after 2020 and may announce during the first half of next year an overall cap on emissions, the country’s lead climate-treaty negotiator said.
China is working to announce in the first or second quarter of next year what measures it might include in a new global agreement to fight climate change that treaty envoys from 194 nations aim to devise by year-end, Xie Zhenhua, vice chairman of China’s National Development and Reform Commission, told reporters today in Berlin.
“We’re hoping the contribution can be announced in the first half of next year; perhaps in the first quarter,” Xie said, according to an interpreter. “The capping year might be included in that statement and if there is a capping statement, I hope and believe that would be a very ambitious one.”
China’s actions are crucial to the success of a new global agreement, because it’s now the world’s biggest producer of greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels, and is exempted from caps under the existing global-warming treaty, the Kyoto Protocol. The emissions of China and the biggest developed emitter, the U.S., account for more than two-fifths of the global total.
Xie last month said China for the first time is working on how to cap and then begin reducing its total greenhouse gases, without specifying when an announcement might be made.
The U.S. and other developed countries have said there’s no value in establishing a new agreement that doesn’t include targets for developing countries, because their growing emissions threaten to swamp the cuts made in industrialized economies.
President Barack Obama’s administration on June 2 announced it would restrict emissions from existing power stations in the U.S. The measures call for a 30 percent cut in carbon emissions from the plants by 2030 and would reduce the role of coal in generating electricity.
These are REAL NEWS, not Junk of Seeking Alpha or Motley Fool so called Analysts opinions sold as "news".
Instead of Fracking or Keystone why not use clean Energy like Solar which has reached and even surpass Grid Parity in over 120 countries.
A study published last week in the journal Science adds more detail to the already widely acknowledged finding that fracking leads to earthquakes.
It’s not the extraction of oil and gas that causes the tremors; it’s the method of disposing the wastewater — a byproduct of hydraulic fracturing — that’s to blame. During the process, huge quantities of water, sand and chemicals are injected into the ground to break up shale and allow drillers to access the fossil fuels trapped within. This toxic mix needs to go somewhere, and in many cases it is injected into disposal wells deep underground.
But the wastewater can travel for miles, changing ground pressures far beneath the surface. In some instances, this causes earthquakes.
Before fracking technology came into widespread use in the late 2000s, Oklahoma never had more than three magnitude 3.o-or-higher quakes in a single year. In 2013, it had 109.
The tremors have attracted the attention of regulators from El Dorado, Arkansas, to Youngstown, Ohio, but the most dramatic uptick in quakes is occurring in Oklahoma. Before fracking technology came into widespread use in the late 2000s, Oklahoma never had more than three magnitude 3.o-or-higher quakes in a single year. In 2013, it had 109. In the first five months of 2014 alone, it had 238. The state now has far more quakes per square mile each year than California.
The new research published in Science found that just four high-volume disposal wells contributed to roughly 20 percent of the quakes in Oklahoma and the surrounding area. Up to 45 percent of the earthquakes, or roughly 15 quakes of at least magnitude 3.0 per week, are likely attributable to wastewater disposal, the researchers wrote.
But the author of the study, Cornell geologist Katie Keranen, says her research isn’t necessarily an argument for shutting down drilling — just for more regulation of certain wells.
“The vast majority of wells in Oklahoma are operating benignly. There would be no basis for ch
(Reuters) - World Trade Organisation judges found on Monday that the United States had violated global trade rules by imposing punitive import duties on a range of Chinese steel products, solar panels and other goods that Washington said enjoyed government subsidies.
But the three-member panel also rejected some of the Chinese arguments against the U.S. countervailing duties in the $7.2 billion dispute filed in May 2012, which has echoes in Washington's trade relations with other countries.
A summary of the report issued on the trade body's website said the judges upheld the Chinese claim that the underpinning for the U.S. action was inconsistent with the WTO agreement on subsidies and countervailing duties.
The panel therefore "recommended that the United States bring its measures into conformity with its obligations" under the pact, a basic element of the global 1994 Marrakech accord that also set up the WTO.
States impose countervailing duties - punitively high import tariffs - when they suspect another country of gaining an unfair trade advantage through subsidies.
The findings were immediately welcomed by China in a statement from its foreign trade ministry MOFCOM that was distributed by Beijing's trade mission in Geneva.
"China urges the United States to respect the WTO rulings and correct its wrongdoings of abusively using trade remedy measures, and to ensure an environment of fair competition for Chinese enterprises," the English-language statement said.
(Reporting by Robert Evans; editing by Stephanie Nebehay and Mark Trevelyan)
They start getting paid in August on all news from the past. Once money comes in it goes way higher buy firs t week of August. Stock got downgraded to 3.75 on concerns makes no sense with big money coming in on deals
Sentiment: Strong Buy