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Asia PV News 8 January 2018

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Jan 08, 2018

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GLOBAL THINKING AND LOCAL OPERATION - ZNSHINE LEADS THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF PV INDUSTRIES & OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE DUE TO PRECISE OVERSEAS MARKETING LAYOUT

In recent years, with the increasing popularity of favorable policies and the continuous innovation of PV technologies, China domestic PV market has been growing rapidly and the installed capacity has been increasing year by year. As of the end of September 2017, China's new PV installed capacity has exceeded 34.5 GW, according to the latest BNEF forecast, 2017 China PV installed capacity of up to 54 GW or more, and this value will far exceed the accumulated installed capacity in US history .

Guangdong Aiko Solar 4GW High Efficient PERC Cell in Full Production

Guangdong Aiko Solar Foshan base PERC production line has been upgraded to release 1.35GW high efficient PERC productivity since June 2017. And now Aiko Solar Yiwu production base ushers another good news: first period of 2.65 GW high efficient PERC cell (single-sided /bi-facial) in full production on Jan 1st, 2018. Till now, Guangdong Aiko Solar has achieved 4GW high efficient PERC cell productivity which accounts for 20% of global PERC capacity and becomes the world’s largest solar cell manufacturer.

Asia Regional Market News 
Moving Asia 2017: How technology is defining the future of transport
2017 HAS BEEN a year of ups-and-downs, and no industry has experienced as many troubles and travails as the transportation industry.

Mena needs to ramp up power generation capacity
Primary energy demand in the  Mena region is expected to continue to rise at an annual rate of 1.9 percent through 2035, requiring a significant increase in generating capacity. However, investments have not been rising fast enough to meet that requirement, according to World Bank.

India: ReNew Power mulls purchase of Waaree Energies solar portfolio – reports
Media reports in India suggest that ReNew Power Ventures – a Goldman Sachs-backed clean energy developer with a portfolio of 3.5 GW of operational wind and solar projects – is mulling the purchase of Waaree Energies’ solar power projects as it looks to boost its portfolio ahead of a planned initial public offering (IPO).

Ibri to host Oman's first solar power mega project
Plans to build the country’s first utility-scale solar independent power project in Ibri with a capacity to generate 500 megawatt of electricity.

Solar power plant opened in Jordan's Madunah
 Deputising for His Majesty King Abdullah Royal Court Secretary General Yousef Issawi, head of the follow-up committee for the implementation of Royal initiatives, on Thursday opened the second phase of a solar power plant in Al Madunah, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.  The project is the largest connected to the electricity grid network using the power traction system.
Taiwan’s Neo Solar Power’s Joint Venture Neo Cathay Power’s Two Subsidiaries To Use NT$5 Billion ($167 Million) To Develop 100 MW PV Capacity
i One Corp. and Da Li Energy Corp., subsidiaries of Neo Cathay Power Corp., have secured an NT$5 billion ($167 million) syndicated loan to support development and construction of around 100 MW solar power capacity in Taiwan. It is being developed for Neo Cathay Power, a joint venture between Taiwan’s Neo Solar Power Corporation (NSP) and Cathay Life Insurance Co. Ltd.

EIA Expects Solar to Bring Total Utility-scale Solar Capacity to 30 GW by the End of 2018
EIA expects the share of total U.S. utility-scale electricity generation from natural gas will average about 32% in 2017, down from 34% in 2016 as a result of higher natural gas fuel costs and increased generation from renewable energy sources. EIA projects the 2017 share of generation from coal will average 30%, about the same as last year. The forecast 2018 generation shares for natural gas and coal remain relatively unchanged from 2017, averaging 32% and 31%, respectively. Generation from renewable energy sources other than hydropower grows from about 8% in 2016 to a forecast share of nearly 10% in 2018. Nuclear power's forecast share of total electricity generation averages about 20% in both 2017 and 2018, similar to its 2016 level.

Victoria regulator proposes 29c/kWh solar export tariff in peak period
The Victoria energy and pricing regulator has proposed a peak period tariff of 29c/kWh for rooftop solar exports back into the grid, in a ground-breaking recommendation that could help change the way consumers think about their solar assets, and encourage battery storage.

GAIL commissions India's second largest rooftop solar plant in UP 
State-owned gas utility GAIL India Ltd today said it has commissioned the country's second largest rooftop solar power plant. 

Philippines 5th worldwide, top in Asia in solar power
The Philippines ranked No. 1 among developing countries in Asia in terms of the use of solar photovoltaic systems for electricity generation, according to a Dutch consultancy firm.
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