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China Eyes £292bn Splurge in Renewable Power by 2020

China will invest 2.5tn yuan (£292bn) into renewable power generation by 2020, the country’s energy agency has said, committing the next step towards clean energy. The investment are known to create more than 13 million jobs in the sector, the National Energy Administration said in a blueprint document that lays out its plan to develop […]

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Huawei Incepts a New Trend in String Inverters with 1500V Smart PV Solution

Aimed to expand across the Middle-East Market, Huawei amid World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi announced its new 1500V Smart PV Solution. The new enhanced 1500V is learned to be designed for large-scale PV installations, such as utility-scale PV power plants in desert regions in the Middle East and Africa. The new 1500V […]

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Sungrow Wins 200MW of PV Inverters Deal with Blue Capital Management

The Chinese PV inverter manufacturer major, Sungrow latesly announced that it has inked a deal to supply 200MW of central inverters to Blue Capital Management, Japan. Blue Power has extensive plans to develop a total of 500MW of PV in coming time. The latest utilization of the inverters is expected to be operational in three […]

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Is Jinko Being the New Panel Leader a Pitfall?

To the latest of ousting its close competitor Trina solar, Jinko Solar is learned to have recorded 6.5 gigawatts of panel-production capacity at the end of the Q3, and full-year 2016 shipments reckon to be as high as 6.7 gigawatts. These massive figures have undoubtedly escalated Jinko Solar as the leaders ejecting Trina Solar Ltd. […]

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