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Asia PV News 16 November 2017

Time: 11/16/2017 1:30:40 PM                       Publisher: Staff
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Nov 16, 2017
COP23 | Bonn 2017

APVIA Steering Committee Member Pranav R Mehta with Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama at the Fiji Pavilion, Bonn, Germany. Mr. Bainimarama is also the President of this year’s UN COP 23 Climate Change Event.

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Global Solar Council News


The UK’s installed solar PV capacity grew from 12MW in 2006 to over 10,000 MW in 2016. Nearly a million individual installations have been made – with 20% on residential rooftops. This 1 hour webinar featuring experts from the Solar Trade Association of the UK showcases the policies that drove utility scale, commercial and residential solar markets  - and the factors that led to today’s market.

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APVIA Member News 
Yingli Supplies All Solar Panels for A 38.4 MW PV Poverty Alleviation Project in China

Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited (NYSE: YGE) ("Yingli Green Energy" or the "Company"), one of the world's leading solar panel manufacturers, known as "Yingli Solar".
Back to India with greater glory ——Nader participated in the Indian Renewable Energy Show(REI)

During September 20 to 22,2017,the 10th India Renewable Energy Show (REI) was held at the International Convention and Exhibition Center in Greter Noida, Near New Delhi which is the capital city of India.
SUNPORT POWER (SPP) Commissioning Ceremony as the Global First Manufacturer at GW Scale for MWT PV Modules

On April 22, 2017 in Pizhou, Jiangsu Province, SUNPORT POWER (SPP) held its. “SPP Commissioning Ceremony as the Global First Manufacturer at GW Scale for MWT PV Modules ”.
Asia Regional Market News 
Jordan opens world's largest solar park for refugee camp
Jordan on Monday inaugurated the largest solar park to operate in a refugee facility, aiming to improve the lives of tens of thousands of Syrian refugees at the Zaatari desert camp.

One Of India’s Largest Renewable Energy Deals Likely Between Actis & ReNew Power
Stung by rising competition and missed opportunities in several of the recent solar and wind energy auctions, one of India’s leading renewable energy IPPs is aggressively exploring inorganic growth options.

First MENA Solar Art Festival opens
Presented by Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) in collaboration with Qatar Museums, the festival scheduled until November 25 features exceptional solar art commissions created by globally renowned solar artists as well as more than 200 works by Qatar-based students from various schools from Primary to University level.

Startup Ultimate Sun Systems offers customised renewable energy solutions 
For B.S. Yadav, former director of Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency (HAREDA), starting a solar and renewable energy company was a natural step. Having spent more than 30 years in the field of renewable energy, energy conservation, project planning and implementation, he finally decided to take the entrepreneurial plunge. 

Qatari firm discusses solar partnership with Philippines government
Integrated solar firm Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) has been in discussion with the Filipino government regarding future collaboration opportunities in growing the PV sector in the Philippines.
Saudi Arabia says remains committed to climate accord
 Saudi Arabia remains committed to the 2015 Paris climate change agreement, the energy minister for the world's top oil exporter said on Saturday. ?

Inventec has reserved outlook on solar energy segment
Contract electronics manufacturer Inventec Corp (英業達) yesterday gave a reserved outlook for its solar energy business this quarter and next year due to heightened competition and looming tariff hikes.

China's solar panel makers turn up the heat in Japan
China's big solar panel manufacturers are pushing hard for market share in Japan, threatening to edge out local manufacturers as cost-conscious solar plant operators are enticed by the lower prices Chinese producers offer.

AIIB mulls green project financing in Malaysia
China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is studying various proposals to provide financing for green projects in Malaysia, or in other countries but led by Malaysian firms.?

Yemeni Electricity Minister: Yemeni People Benefit from 300 Megawatt Solar Power
Yemeni Minister of Electricity and Energy Engr. Abdullah Al-Akwa stressed that the power outage in Yemen prompted Yemeni citizens to use solar panels energy, which reached about 300 megawatts. 
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Power & Electricity World Africa, MARCH 27, 2018 - MARCH 28, 2018

Solarex Istanbul APRIL 5, 2018 - APRIL 7, 2018

SNEC PV POWER EXPO, MAY 28, 2018 - MAY 30, 2018
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