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Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd. Message Board

  • smoothinvestorguy smoothinvestorguy Mar 10, 2008 9:57 AM Flag

    Latest Analyst Comments/Positive YGE...

    Alternative Energy: Damaging article appeared in Washington Post on Sunday@PIPR

    Piper found a Washington Post article on Sunday very damaging as it highlighted one of the problems with poorly designed Chinese poly plants. The article stated that some plants in China, like Luoyang Zhonggui (a supplier to STP, LDK and CSIQ) cannot recycle the byproducts back into the process and claims the company has been dumping the unrecyclable chemicals back into the land. Piper believes this article and revealing pictures may have negative repercussions and if allegations are proven true, may force this facility to alter its behavior. They speculate it could poise some supply risk if the plant production is scaled back.

    Piper reiterates their Buy rating on shares of Yingli Green Energy/ $65 price target.

    Solar Power: Incumbent party win in Spanish election a significant positive for YGE/STP@SBSH

    Citigroup expects the reelection of the Socialist Party will result in more favorable solar tariff policies post the current policy's expiration on September 30, 2008, and would not be surprised to see a relief rally in solar stocks. Citigroup views Suntech Power (STP) as the most important beneficiary of favorable Spanish solar policies and also believes Yingli Green Energy (YGE) should benefit as the company derives over 50% of revenues from Spain.

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