- Ginlong Technologies to establish Zhejiang Postdoctoral Workstation that will carry out postdoctoral training
- JiaWei Renewable Energy’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Jiangsu Huayuan New Energy Technology, to transfer 100% of Jinchang Zhenxin Xipo Photovoltaic Power to Gansu Huadian Fu New Energy for a price of RMB 280 million
- Jinchen Solar to raise RMB 380 million for Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition equipment projects and supplementary liquidity
- Dr Olga Papathanasiou to launch TaiyangNews 1st Solar Trackers Report at its Virtual Conference on Solar Trackers
Ginlong to establish Zhejiang postdoctoral workstation: Solar inverter manufacturer Ginlong Technologies announced that it has been formally approved to establish Zhejiang Postdoctoral Workstation that will carry out postdoctoral training. This is the first post-doctoral workstation in Zhejiang Province, with inverters as the research subject. Ginlong Solis’ R&D team has over 10 years of technical R&D and engineering design experience in the inverters.
JiaWei Energy to sell Jinchang Xipo 200 MW PV project for RMB 280 mn: New energy company JiaWei Renewable Energy announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Jiangsu Huayuan New Energy Technology Co., intends to transfer 100% of Jinchang Zhenxin Xipo Photovoltaic Power Co., Ltd. to Gansu Huadian Fu New Energy Co., Ltd. for a price of RMB 280 million ($42.70 million). Jinchang Xipo has a 200 MW photovoltaic power generation project, of which 125 MW has been put into production. The first-phase 100 MW power price is RMB 0.9 /kWh ($0.14), the second-phase 25 MW power price is RMB 0.8 yuan/kWh ($0.12). For the third-phase, a 75 MW parity system, the project indicators have been released. The first payment of RMB 203 million ($30.96) will be towards Xipo Phase I and Phase II project, while RMB 76.81 million ($11.71 million) will be directed towards the third phase of the 75 MW parity project.
Jinchen Solar to raise RMB 380 million for PECVD equipment: In an announcement, Solar PV production equipment company Jinchen Solar stated that it plans to raise no more than RMB 380 million ($57.95 million) for Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD) equipment projects and supplementary liquidity. The Chinese company aims to develop a PECVD process equipment for photovoltaic heterojunction (HJT) high-efficiency cells.
TaiyangNews to launch Solar Trackers Report: At the TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on Solar Trackers to be held on April 13, 2021 from 13:00-17:00 CET, Dr Olga Papathanasiou will be launching TaiyangNews 1st Solar Trackers Report. The Report features detailed product specs from 19 suppliers located in Asia, Europe and USA, including ALL leading manufacturers of Trackers. The theme of the Conference is How to Follow The Sun Optimally To Maximize Yield Of Utility-Scale PV System.
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