Simply stated, we need energy to sustain our lives, from switching on our coffee makers in the morning to driving home from work at night and with our ever-increasing population this energy demand will grow. Moreover, we need even more energy in order to develop our nation economically. The positive correlation between energy consumption and economic development can be attributed to the energy used to manufacture more products, provide services, and all of the other aspects that increase a nation’s economy.

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Utility scale PV EPC

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SUNINFINITE PROJECTS NEWS

LORD Group 2MW PV plant

15 Feb 2016- Lord Group has signed an agreement with SunInfinite for the design and execution of its 2MW PV plant in its main Headquarters facility in Alexandria. The plant is targeting full operation by early 2017.

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TerraForm Power holds on to SunEdison staff, changes terms on notes

Wednesday, 31 August 2016 16:44

The changes in terms on notes also include a requirement that companies buying up TerraForm stock take over the notes.

Hanergy reports H1 net profit of $105m

Wednesday, 31 August 2016 15:36

The troubled Hong Kong solar company’s financials reveal that two customers accounted for almost 80% of sales revenue in first six months of the year; revenue reported as $425 million for the period.

United PV achieves modest H1 profit increase of $37m

Wednesday, 31 August 2016 14:40

The Chinese solar PV group increased its net profit by 1% year-on-year as it ramped up its downstream portfolio by more than 55%.

Shunfeng's H1 net profit slumps 68% YOY due to curtailment and delayed tariffs

Wednesday, 31 August 2016 12:41

Despite increasing gross profit by 114% and revenue 30.9% year-on-year, China's SFCE suffered from widespread grid curtailment of its solar power plants, as well as delayed tariff subsidies.