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  • bestplayer371 by bestplayer371 Sep 17, 2014 1:51 PM Flag

    FBR expects solar project development to pick up for the rest of this year, in part thanks to acceleration in China.

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    Within China, Canadian Solar has built one of the best global project development businesses and pipelines, FBR analyst Aditya Satghare said in a research report Wednesday. He raised his price target on Canadian Solar stock to 45 from 40.

    "Markets such as Japan and China offer multiple opportunities to monetize this pipeline in the future," he said.

    The price target increase comes a day after Ontario-based Canadian Solar announced it had signed an agreement to provide 1.5 megawatts of photovoltaic solar modules to Kawar Energy for a rooftop solar power project located at a university in Amman, Jordan.

    Last week, Canadian Solar said that its Canadian Solar Solutions unit had sold the 10-megawatt AC Mighty Solar power plant in Chesterville, Ontario, for $54.9 million to One West Holdings, an affiliate of Concord Green Energy.

    Another Canadian Solar subsidiary last week partnered with China-based Sichuan Development Investment Management to form an $810 million investment fund in China. Canadian Solar said that the fundraising, which will include third-party investors, primarily aims to promote construction, development and ownership of utility-scale and other solar power projects in the Chinese province of Sichuan as well as other locations in the country.

    In Q3, Canadian Solar expects to ship 720-750 megawatts, up 11% to 16% from Q2. Canadian Solar also targeted revenue of $760 million to $810 million for the quarter. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect $784.8 million.

    Earlier this month, Canadian Solar said that it supplied New Jersey-based developer and builder Conti Group with 11 megawatts of solar modules.

    Canadian Solar reported in Q2 that the Americas accounted for 55.5% of its sales, up from 37.8% in the prior-year period. Asia accounted for 29.8%, down from 51.6%. Europe's share of sales ticked up to 14.7%

  • bestplayer371 bestplayer371 Sep 8, 2014 11:48 AM Flag

    This is huge news. Good job csiq.

  • bestplayer371 by bestplayer371 Sep 2, 2014 3:17 PM Flag

    A good read.

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