Country urged to double solar power goal in order to plug projected nuclear and hydropower shortfalls; currency devaluation could provide boon for solar exports but harm EU.
Three leading industry groups in China have encouraged the government to double the nation’s solar power target for 2020 to 200 GW in order to plug an expected gap in China’s power capacity.
With nuclear and hydropower forecast to miss their 2020 targets, solar power is in prime position to bridge any shortfall, asserts the China Photovoltaic Industry Association, the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association, and the China Renewable Energy Society.
A document seen by Bloomberg contains a written proposal by all three industry bodies for the government to boost solar installations in China – a plan that would see deployment increase sixfold and deliver welcome revenues for the country’s leading Tier 1 solar companies
Part of the ´´lifeline´´ for Yingli perhaps=
Hi stocksleuthcom, what do you mean with the Dutch, ECN, link to Yingli and Brasil?
The Lai’s live in a comfortable family home in Sydney, overlooking the Tom Ugly Bridge. With high energy bills, partly as a result of their swimming pool pump, they wanted to cut their rising electricity costs and take advantage of Australia’s unique climate as the sunniest continent in the world. In April 2013, Zhenfa installed a 4.2kW system, comprising of Yingli’s innovative PANDA panels. The Lai’s are delighted with the performance of the system, which has slashed their electricity bills by approximately two thirds, even in winter. Interestingly, the system has been generating more kW per day (up to 21 kW/ day) over the winter months (with recent clear skies) than in the autumn, reinforcing Australia’s year round suitability for solar energy and their PANDA panels’ unique ability to perform well in varying temperature and weather conditions.
On July 2 and 3rd, 2015, Managing Director Mr. Aditya Singh of India Rolta Power Ltd and other five team leaders visited Jiang Su Zhenfa holding group which its headquarters located in Wuxi. During the visit they discussed about cooperation matters and visited one 120MW solar power project and the module factory. After that the two parties had signed the MOU for India Solar market . With the complement with each other, powerful alliances, the next 10 years the total market for solar plant and EPC projects in Indian will reach 10 GW and the two parties will work together and try to play an important role in india market in future
100 will be divided, it's to big for any company, and wait and see what part of it will be realized. But, if Zhenfa wins a few percent, and Canadian and Yingli are the suppliers, it would still mean 1GW each, and thats just the small start...wait and see!
Yingli supplies panels to Zhenfa.
Indian manufacturer Rolta Power and Chinese counterpart Zhenfa want two per cent of India's 100 GW, five-year market. The two companies have reportedly signed an MoU.
Read more: http://www.pv-magazine.com/news/details/beitrag/chinese-indian-deal-targets-2-gw-of-projects_100020281/#ixzz3gWMG34BL
Better news, and for real!
As said; rumours which harm the company, legal action against those responsible will take place
I believe a lawsuit against PV magazine is coming up, posting rumors without verifying is no journalism.
According to today's results, Yingli's manufacturing affiliates will receive the lowest combined tariff rate of its peers, amounting to 21.73%. This is lower than Yingli's original combined AD/CVD rate of 29.18% from 2012.
Nice new partnership
Good news, so customers are not afraid of doing business with Yingli, back to normal levels again..