Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Renesola LSE:SOLA London Ordinary Share VGG7500C1068 ORD SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 281.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -8.0 0.0 - 488.62

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19/7/2017
17:57
China Is Adding Solar Power at a Record Pace Bloomberg News 19 July 2017, 05:45 CEST 19 July 2017, 09:21 CEST From Distributed solar accounts for almost a third of installations Idled solar capacity falls 5 percentage points in period China, the world’s biggest investor in clean energy, is on pace to install record amounts of new solar this year after adding 24 gigawatts of capacity in the first half amid a push by policy makers to locate electricity production near the point where it’s used. Distributed solar-power projects -- the kind of solar found on industrial buildings, malls and schools -- accounted for almost a third of the new installations in the period, or 7 gigawatts, Xing Yiteng, deputy section chief in the new energy division at the National Energy Administration, said Wednesday at a conference in Beijing. Exclusive insights on technology around the world. Get Fully Charged, from Bloomberg Technology. Should China maintain the first half’s torrid pace of installations, the country would easily surpass the roughly 30 gigawatts of new solar capacity it added in 2016. The continued expansion also extends China’s lead as the largest market in the world measured by the number of panels. China’s additions in the first six months of the year alone are equal to more than half of the total installed solar base in the U.S. at the end of 2016, according to data compiled by Bloomberg New Energy Finance. “Natural demand is ramping up along with declining solar costs and the improved returns of power stations,” Alex Liu, China utilities and renewable energy analyst at UBS Securities, said in a note. China’s demand momentum is expected to continue in the third quarter, he said. Electricity Output It’s not just about installing an ever-increasing number of solar panels. Electricity output from photovoltaic plants rose 80 percent in the first quarter, the National Energy Administration said in May. GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd., the world’s biggest solar-wafer maker, surged as much as 6.8 percent in Hong Kong trading on Wednesday. LONGi Green Energy Technology Co. gained as much as 7.6 percent in Shanghai, while China Singyes Solar Technologies Holdings Ltd. rose as much as 7.3 percent in Hong Kong. The growth in distributed solar-power projects stands to help manufacturers led by JinkoSolar Holding Co. and Trina Solar Ltd. weather a slump in demand for bigger projects far from cities, where a lack of grid connections and a flood of new projects has prompted regulators to seek slower growth from that part of the industry. About 7 percent of China’s solar-power generation was idle in the first half, down 5 percentage points from a year earlier, Xing said, signalling that more capacity is linking up to the grid. Annual Installations The nation could add more than 30 gigawatts of new solar capacity in 2017, though the market could face slower growth in subsequent years, Wang Bohua, secretary general of the China Photovoltaic Industry Association, told the same conference on Wednesday. China installed a record 30 gigawatts of capacity in 2016, with most in the form of large-sized photovoltaic projects, according to data compiled by BNEF. The NEA puts last year’s additions at 34.54 gigawatts. Clean-energy spending in China totaled $87.8 billion in 2016, BNEF said in a report published in January. — With assistance by Feifei Shen Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg Terminal
sarkasm
18/7/2017
19:26
Agreed, they will be charged too.
solsticefire
18/7/2017
13:50
I blame the lizards.
shalder
18/7/2017
13:20
It's happening....
uppompeii
16/6/2017
01:36
Not so nice in Norfolk? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-40272732
pvb
31/5/2017
09:48
Https://www.connexionfrance.com/index.php/French-news/Floating-solar-farm-plan-for-lake
sarkasm
29/5/2017
21:22
Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/the-filter/robert-llewellyn-brought-green-revolution-cotswold-village/
grupo guitarlumber
27/5/2017
22:00
Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rh298ITCHm8
waldron
26/5/2017
16:57
(ShareCast News) - Rare good weather in Britain on Friday led to solar panels supplying one-quarter of the UK demand for electricity for the first time, according to the National Grid. Solar power in the UK produced a maximum of 8.7 gigawatts on Friday, 24.3% of the total electricity being used in the country at the time. Temperatures reached 28 degrees in some places across Britain on Friday, with the record solar level being reached at around midday. Head of National Grid's control room operations Duncan Burt told The Independent that the increasing trend of using solar power is likely to continue. "We now have significant volumes of renewable energy on the system and as this trend continues, our ability to forecast these patterns is becoming more and more important," Burt said. "We have planned for these changes to the energy landscape and have the tools available to ensure we can balance supply and demand. It really is the beginning of a new era, which we are prepared for and excited to play our part". A report published in December showed solar power to be the cheapest form of generating electricity in several countries, including developing economies such as Brazil, India and China.
waldron
18/5/2017
13:54
That is easy for you to say. No politics on this thread please.
jonc
17/5/2017
21:14
Nice in Norfolk
uppompeii
11/5/2017
10:47
4sunny regions things to come Https://electrek.co/2017/05/10/tesla-solar-roof-tiles-price-warranty/
sarkasm
29/4/2017
18:18
Should have left a message after the beep.
solsticefire
29/4/2017
09:35
I'm not sure as it it didn't answer
uppompeii
25/4/2017
08:13
So what's it called now?
pvb
24/4/2017
19:00
Take me a while and half.
solsticefire
24/4/2017
16:00
Give me a while to decide...
uppompeii
28/2/2017
15:31
Long or short?
jonc
28/2/2017
15:14
I'm calling it.
uppompeii
14/2/2017
19:00
hTTp://www.mirror.co.uk/science/nasa-warns-peanut-shaped-asteroid-9810339
solsticefire
09/2/2017
18:08
Wouldn't dream of it.
solsticefire
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