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Wells Fargo just announced that it intends to pony up $100 million for new solar projects being developed by Enfinity America Corp. Why would they do such a thing? Because solar continues to be a booming business, and there’s a lot of money to be made in the solar game. Wells Fargo, just like Citigroup [...]
JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd. has signed a supply agreement with EnfinityAsia Pacific Ltd., which is wholly owned by Enfinity NV, a globalrenewable energy developer. Under the terms of the agreement,JinkoSolar will supply Enfinity with 100 MW of JinkoSolar-branded solarphotovoltaic modules throughout 2011. SOURCE: JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd.
Trina Solar (TSL) is partnering with Enfinity of Belgium, a largerenewable energy developer, to provide solar rooftop installations tothe Belgian-European Pavilion and the Theme Pavilion at the 2010Shanghai World Expo. The Belgian-Euro Pavilion will use about 700 Trina modules for the 160kW system. ===> Click Here For Your FREE Trina Solar Analysis “We are delighted [...]
Energy Conversion Devices just announced that they will work withEnfinity Corporation to develop 10MW of rooftop solar powerinstallations in Ontario, Canada through the province’s newfeed-in-tariff program. Enfinity will lead rooftop acquisition, arrangeconstruction debt and arrange take-out equity financing. EnergyConversion Devices will contribute UNI-SOLAR® photovoltaic laminates and new PowerTilt™ products via its subsidiary , United Solar [...]
LDK Solar Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of solar wafers, announcedtoday that it has signed a contract to supply solar modules toBelgium-based Enfinity. Under terms of the agreement, LDK Solar will deliver approximately 50 megawatts (MW) of solar modules to Enfinity in 2010. "Weare very excited to expand our relationship with Enfinity," statedXiaofeng Peng, Chairman [...]
A team led by Waregem, Belgium-based Enfinity NV has won the bid todevelop a 10 MW solar project in Dunhuan, Gansu Province, China. CGNPCand LDK Solar are partners on the bid. The Dunhuang PV projectinvolves an investment of 200 million yuan, with an annual powerproduction of 16.37 million kWh, and a franchised operation term of [...]
A joint bidding team, initiated by Enfinity, won the first 10 MWp solar concession project TheDunhuang PV Project involves an investment of 200 million yuan (27 mioeuro), with an annual power production of 16.37 million kWh, and afranchised operation term of 25 years. In late March 2009, theChinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) planned [...]
Trina Solar Ltd. has entered into a sales agreement with Enfinity NV.Under the terms of this agreement, Trina Solar will supply Enfinitywith approximately 15 MW of PV modules, with shipments scheduled forthis quarter. "This new contract will significantly help to grownew projects in markets such as Germany, Belgium, Italy and otherEuropean solar markets," notes Arturo [...]
Trina Solar (TSL) is announcing that it in the 2nd quarter it will soon begin shipping 15MW of solar PV modules to Belgium solar project specialist Efinity. “We are very pleased to announce this new sales agreement withEnfinity, to further strengthen the existing well establishedpartnership with Enfinity. This new contract will significantly help togrow new [...]
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