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News Article | February 26, 2017
Site: www.theguardian.com

At the edge of a plot of muddy farmland, a few miles down the road from the University of California at Davis, an engineer takes a few quick steps across crop rows and lets go of a three-foot drone. Within seconds, the device – which weighs less than 2lbs and carries a powerful camera – ascends hundreds of feet into the cold, clear, blue sky and begins to snap detailed photos of the ground far below, including a long row of large solar panels mounted on steel poles. This flight is just a test, demonstrated by Kingsley Chen, the drone fleet coordinator for SunPower at the solar company’s research and development center, which is under construction and about a two-hour drive northeast of the San Francisco Bay Area. The drone will enable SunPower to survey a wide region and help design a solar power farm that can fit more solar panels on a piece of land, more quickly and for lower costs than it previously could. The test highlights a growing use of the latest computing technologies – drones, robots, software, sensors and networks – by US companies to design, build and operate solar farms. After seeing the prices of solar panels drop dramatically over the past decade, companies are looking for new ways to cut costs and compete with fossil fuel power through project design. Cutting down the amount of land used by solar farms has additional benefits, particularly in places like California. It minimizes environmental impact, an issue that can be controversial for large projects built for utilities because they tend to spread across hundreds of acres of land in remote regions. Some of these projects have riled environmentalists, attracted lawsuits and forced solar companies, including SunPower, to commit money for land for wildlife conservation. “Solar companies and service providers are using many different types of technology to optimize both the deployment of solar and the operations and maintenance of solar,” says Justin Baca, the vice president of markets and research for the solar group Solar Energy Industries Association. He adds: “It’s all about cutting costs.” An increase in tech investment could help to boost growth as more large solar and wind farms come online in the US and worldwide over the next few decades. The US Energy Information Administration predicts that more solar power plants will be built and provide 1.4% of the country’s electricity by 2018, up from less than 1% in 2016. While solar makes up a tiny portion, it’s among the fastest-growing sources of new electricity generation capacity in the country. “It’s like a big Tetris puzzle,” says Matt Campbell, vice president of power plant products at SunPower, as he and his team show off the company’s solar farm design software. On a screen is a detailed image of land that one of SunPower’s 10 survey drones has collected from the sky. Overlaid on the photos are Tetris-looking colored blocks that represent solar panels and inverters, which convert the direct current produced by the panels into electricity for the grid. A SunPower engineer can use the software to fit as many of the blocks as possible while laying out the configuration of a power plant. The company designed its algorithms to take into account hundreds of factors that a human engineer might overlook, such as where transmission lines will be or how much shade will be created by the panels as they follow the sun throughout the day. A decade ago, a survey of a project site would require dispatching a crew to gather information such as the steepness of a slope and the vegetation of the region, explains SunPower’s CEO and president Tom Werner. In contrast, using the software and drones enables engineers to design a project 90% faster, he adds. SunPower, a solar panel maker and solar farm developer in the US, is creating most of the technology it uses for project design. Meanwhile, a cottage industry is growing around creating technology for other solar power developers to design, build and operate solar farms. One of these is HST Solar, a four-and-a-half-year-old startup in Los Angeles that, like SunPower, has developed algorithms to swiftly plot out the best designs, layout and wiring for large solar farms. Using HST Solar’s artificial intelligence software, launched last year, companies can lower the costs of producing solar electricity by 30%, says Santanov Chaudhuri, co-founder of the company. So far, Chaudhuri says that customers have used the company’s software to design about 4 gigawatts of solar projects, which is about the amount of solar panel projects that are installed across the US in a single quarter. It isn’t just the sprawling solar farms that are benefiting from software and design tools. An Oakland, California, startup called PVComplete builds software for designing solar panel projects on rooftops. The software enables any engineer to design a system using a range of solar equipment, while also taking into consideration different local requirements, such as weather, for installing them. Claudia Eyzaquirre, who has worked in the renewable energy business for a decade, co-founded PVComplete in 2015 after noticing that all of the major solar companies were spending big money to build their own design software. But few options were available to smaller solar companies that didn’t have the money to do the same. Solar companies are also turning to the latest in computing technology to operate and maintain solar farms, not just design them. In 2013, SunPower bought a startup called Greenbotics, which developed a robot that lowers the cost of cleaning solar panels while using less water than human washers can do. The Greenbotics team now works on engineering projects at SunPower and manages SunPower’s fleet of 40 solar-panel cleaning robots. Solar developer Strata Solar uses drones with infrared cameras to survey the more than 1 gigawatt of solar projects after they’re operating. The images from the cameras can reveal any solar panels that aren’t producing electricity. “It’s a great way to check on the overall health of the systems,” says Gabe Cantor, Strata Solar’s director of design engineering. “You can spot problems down to the cell level.” While drones are playing an increasing role in the solar industry, many companies aren’t convinced that they are cost effective, notes a report by The Electric Power Research Institute, which conducts research for the power industry. The technology being used by some in the solar industry isn’t as “sexy” as drones, says Jenny Chase, head of the solar research at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. A lot of it is “boring tech – like software”. First Solar, one of the largest power plant developers in the country, has experimented with drones for designing power plants and thermal imaging of operating solar farms. But it isn’t rolling them out for company-wide use right now. First Solar’s manager of business development, Jeremy Rand, says drones and robots aren’t sophisticated enough or affordable: “A lot of these technologies are in the experimentation phase and not quite there yet.” The falling prices for solar panels also make it difficult to justify an investment in emerging and more expensive technology, Rand adds. Both First Solar, and fellow manufacturer SunPower, saw their stock prices fall last year and now plan to cut thousands of jobs. “With the solar module price collapse, it’s a tough time to be truly inventive,” Rand says. But overall, the solar industry is investing in better technology because it has a long way to go to replace fossil fuels. The US solar energy industry is also facing an elimination of the tax subsidies that have historically been important for growth. At the same time, President Trump hasn’t made it clear on his policy for solar energy. “Technologies like (ours) can ultimately make solar independent without tax credits, and without subsidies, and much sooner than people think,” HST Solar’s Chaudhuri says.


News Article | February 22, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

Aufgrund des Erfolgs von LERRI Solar bei Projekten, die Non-Recourse-Finanzierungen erhielten, wurde LERRI Solar von Bloomberg New Energy Finance als Tier-One-Lieferant eingestuft SCHANGHAI, 22. Februar 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- LERRI Solar, mit Firmensitz in Xi'an, China, und ein weltweit führender Hersteller von monokristallinen Solarmodulen, wurde von Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) als Tier-One-Lieferant eingestuft. Die Klassifizierung durch BNEF stützt sich auf den Nachweis nennenswerter und erfolgreich abgeschlossener Non-Recourse-Finanzierungsverträge von Projekten. Gemäß BNEF erfordert die Einstufung als Tier-One-Unternehmen einen umfassenden Nachweis der kommerziellen Akzeptanz durch Investitionsinstitute. Des Weiteren zählen gemäß BNEF „Transparenz und Verfügbarkeit guter Daten zu den Charakteristiken eines Tier-1-Produzenten." BNEF stellt jedes Quartal den Abonnenten von BNEFs Solar Insight Service seine aktualisierte Liste der Tier-One-Produzenten zur Verfügung. Hr. Richard For, Head of Overseas Business von LONGi-LERRI Solar, erklärte: „Wir sind stolz, dass wir 2017 mit der Einstufung als Tier-One-Modullieferant durch die angesehene Bloomberg-Organisation beginnen können. Dies ist ein weiterer Meilenstein für die LONGi-LERRI Group und er beweist die Akzeptanz unserer qualitativ hochwertigen und hocheffizienten monokristallinen Module im Markt." Aufgrund seiner Produktionskapazität liegt LERRI Solar im oberen Viertel aller Produzenten auf der Tier-One-Liste von BNEF. LERRI Solar ist ein weltweit führender Hersteller von hocheffizienten monokristallinen Solarzellen und -modulen. Das Unternehmen wurde 2007 gegründet und 2014 von der LONGi Group übernommen. Die LONGi Group ist der weltweit größte Anbieter von monokristallinen Silizium-Wafern, verfügt über Vermögenswerte von insgesamt mehr als $ 1,7 Milliarden und eine Kapazität von 7,5 GW (Stand Ende 2016). LONGi-LERRI Solar wurde als ein „Top Runner" ausgewählt - eine Klassifizierung, welche die chinesische Regierung einer exklusiven Anzahl von FV-Herstellern zuerkennt, die strikte Standards bei Moduleffizienz- und stärke erfüllen. LONGi-LERRI Solar qualifizierte sich als Hersteller von Modulen aus hocheffizienten, monokristallinen Siliziumsolarzellen. LONGi-LERRI Solar lieferte im Jahr 2016 ca. 2,5 GW Modulprodukte aus und übertraf damit das Vorjahr um mehr als das Doppelte. LONGi-LERRI Solar ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft der LONGi Group, des weltweit größten Herstellers von monokristallinen Silizium-Wafern für die Solarindustrie. Zusätzlich zu seinen Betrieben in China wird LONGi in absehbarer Zukunft neue Anlagen in Malaysia und Indien für die vertikal integrierte Produktion von Fotovoltaik-Wafern, -Zellen und -Modulen in Betrieb nehmen.


News Article | March 1, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

TOKIO, 1 de marzo de 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Shanghai Aerospace Automobile Electromechanical Co., Ltd (HT-SAAE), el fabricante de productos FV solares líder a nivel mundial, mostró en Tokio el 28 de febrero su línea más reciente de módulos de alta eficacia. La gama incluye los módulos FV monocristalinos de alta eficacia HyperC, los módulos FV policristalinos de alta eficacia Hyper Black y los módulos bifaciales de doble cristal con tecnología 5BB Milky Way tipo N. El lanzamiento de estos módulos de alta eficacia al mismo tiempo es una demostración de cómo HT-SAAE ha marcado un camino pionero en múltiples líneas de producción, disfrutando a su vez de un año en el que destaca la solidez en su variedad y volumen. La nueva gama de productos lanzada a través de HT-SAAE, un fabricante de módulos de Nivel 1 BNEF, cuenta con numerosas características. Los módulos FV monocristalinos de alta eficacia HyperC y los módulos FV policristalinos de alta eficacia Hyper Black se fabrican con las técnicas mejoradas de la serie HIGHWAY. Contando con la tecnología de células 5BB, células anti-PID y material de encapsulación de elevada fiabilidad, los dos productos se presentan con una menor resistencia en serie, mayor eficacia de conversión de celdas y a su vez una mayor potencia de salida por unidad. La serie de módulos FV HyperC adopta la técnica PERC (emisor pasivado de célula posterior) desarrollada a través de HT-SAAE, consiguiendo con ello una eficacia de las células para la producción en masa de hasta un 21,2%. El rendimiento por su parte puede alcanzar los 300W y más para un módulo que cuente con 60 células. La serie de módulos FV Hyper Black está fabricada con la técnica de corte con hilo de diamante, lo que reduce los costes de forma considerable. Además, el método de nanotextura lleva la uniformidad en el aspecto general de las células. Los productos adoptan a su vez la técnica de grabado químico asistido por metal (MACE), ampliando la eficiencia de la célula en hasta un 0,3% y un 0,5%. El nivel de eficiencia de las células para la producción en masa puede alcanzar hasta un 19,8% y la potencia de salida puede llegar hasta los 280W y más para un módulo de 60 células gracias a la técnica avanzada PERC. La serie de los módulos HyperC y Hyper Black PV ha superado el test de gas de amoniaco, contra las salpicaduras de sal, contra el polvo y las pruebas contra PID. Los módulos FV bifaciales de doble cristal con tecnología de tipo 5BB Milky Way tipo N son versiones mejoradas de los módulos FV bifaciales monocristalinos de tipo PERT Milky Way tipo N. HT-SAAE ha llevado a cabo un movimiento arriesgado al adoptar la técnica de nueva generación de células de alta eficacia 5BB dentro del sector de los módulos de celdas de tipo N, aportando un aumento de 10W para la potencia de salida, en comparación con la primera generación de módulos FV Milky Way que cuentan con tecnología 4BB. HT-SAAE amplió sus negocios a nivel mundial hace pocos años. Gracias a su calidad optimizada y servicios atentos, sus productos son recibidos correctamente por medio de una diversidad de países de Europa, Estados Unidos, India y Japón. Desde 2011, el volumen de ventas de la compañía en Japón ha llegado a una cifra cercana a los 800MW. Para hacer frente a la creciente demanda de módulos FV para techos por parte del mercado mundial, HT-SAAE desarrolló el módulo FV (50 piezas) monocristalino de alta eficacia HyperC.  Adopta la técnica PERC como base central. Presentado en tan solo 50 piezas, el módulo es bastante compacto y ligero, reduciendo el peso sobre los techos al tiempo que su proporción de largo por ancho de 2 a 1 encaja a la perfección sobre cualquier techo. Pese a tener un tamaño bastante compacto, la potencia máxima de salida puede alcanzar los 250W. "Como única empresa estatal china que alcanza una capacidad de producción a nivel de GW que cuenta con una cadena industrial fotovoltaica completa, HT-SAAE ha trabajado desde hace mucho tiempo de cara a la innovación tecnológica y productos de alta eficacia para satisfacer las diversas demandas de los mercados globales", comentó Ruan Zhongli, vice-responsable general de negocios fotovoltaicos de HT-SAAE. En 2017, la compañía se mantendrá trabajando de cara a la innovación de productos de alta eficacia y explorará nuevos campos, como las rejillas múltiples, el laminado, el corte en láminas y muchos otros. Shanghai Aerospace Automobile Electromechanical Co., Ltd (HT-SAAE) es una filial de China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), una empresa que incluida en la lista Fortune 500 Global. Se creó en 1998 y cotiza públicamente en la Bolsa de Valores de Shangai (Stock Code 600151). Centra sus negocios principalmente en nueva energía FV, autopartes y nueva aplicación de materiales. En 1999, HT-SAAE lanzó el despliegue comercial de la tecnología fotovoltaica. En la actualidad, la compañía ha desarrollado una cadena de suministros para el sector FV completamente integrada (silicio, obleas, células solares, módulos y sistemas FV) y suministrado más de 3GW de productos FV de calidad superior al mercado mundial. Según una organización imparcial internacionalmente reconocida, en 2014 HT-SAAE se situó entre los 10 principales proveedores chinos de módulos FV, y desde hace muchos años la empresa viene siendo reconocida como un fabricante de módulos de "Nivel 1" por parte de Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). Foto - http://mma.prnewswire.com/media/472734/HyperC.jpg  Foto - http://mma.prnewswire.com/media/472735/HyperC_2.jpg   Foto - http://mma.prnewswire.com/media/472736/HyperC_3.jpg  Foto - http://mma.prnewswire.com/media/472737/HyperC_4.jpg


News Article | February 23, 2017
Site: cleantechnica.com

Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has reclaimed the world’s top wind turbine manufacturer spot from last year’s usurper Goldwind, with 8.7 gigawatts worth of wind turbines installed across the globe in 2016. The most interesting takeaway from Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s (BNEF) latest annual rankings of global wind turbine manufacturers is the impending arrival of a new contender likely to turn the “big three” major manufacturers into a “big four.” BNEF released its new rankings this week, with Denmark’s Vestas walking away with a clear lead ahead of its rivals. Vestas installed 8.7 GW worth of wind turbines in 2016, including 16% of all onshore wind installations, and now boasting commissioned projects in 35 countries. Second was General Electric, which installed 6.5 GW across the year, an increase of 600 megawatts over what it accomplished the year prior. However, even General Electric was a victim to Vestas, losing its traditional top spot in the US to the Danish powerhouse — though the company made up for it by increasing its global presence to 21 countries in 2016, up from only 14 in 2015. Third, and falling from last year’s first place, was China’s Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology, which installed 6.4 GW in 2016 — with virtually all its installed capacity being done in its home market, serving to further expand its market share there. “This years’ ranking shows why 2016 was all about mergers in the turbine-maker sector,” said David Hostert, head of wind research for BNEF. “There is now a strong breakaway group of three companies at the front, with a fairly tight field following.” The top five was rounded out by Spain’s Gamesa, narrowly ahead of Germany’s Enercon. Offshore wind capacity only accounted for 832 MW commissioned in 2016, dominated by installations in Asia. China’s Sewind, which produces Siemens offshore wind turbines under license in China, accounted for 489 MW of the total installed. Siemens followed in second place. As for the emergence of a “big four” at the head of the pack, David Hostert said: “The upcoming merger of Siemens Wind and Gamesa will allow the joined company to catch up and create a ‘big four’ group of dominant manufacturers. Staying at the front of this pack will require both significant size and a balanced presence in the right markets.” Considering that Gamesa ranked at fourth, and Siemens was in seventh, it is unsurprising that the resulting merger will provide a competitor to the big three. The two companies announced back in June of 2016 that they would merge their wind energy businesses — which is to say, Gamesa would merge with Siemens’ own wind business to create a larger company. At the time, Navigant Research figures had the companies as the fourth and fifth wind turbine suppliers in the world, with 7.7% and 5.5% respectively — though how that compares to BNEF’s own methodology and how that has changed over the intervening time is unclear. The combined company would have a 69 GW install base worldwide, and an order backlog close to €20 billion, revenue of €9.3 billion, and an adjusted EBIT of €839 million. With “highly complementary” existing market share around the globe, a lot of expectation is being heaped on the resultant merged company. Buy a cool T-shirt or mug in the CleanTechnica store!   Keep up to date with all the hottest cleantech news by subscribing to our (free) cleantech daily newsletter or weekly newsletter, or keep an eye on sector-specific news by getting our (also free) solar energy newsletter, electric vehicle newsletter, or wind energy newsletter.


News Article | February 27, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

TOKIO, 27 de febrero de 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- LONGi Group ha anunciado recientemente que ha renombrado su marca extranjera LERRI Solar, que abarca sus negocios de módulos y células solares, como LONGi Solar. La compañía participará en la PV Expo 2017 en Tokio (Japón) del 1 al 3 de marzo de 2017, con su nueva identidad de marca. LONGi Group, un líder global en la industria del silicio monocristalino, ha creado una cadena de valor de toda la industria que abarca el negocio ascendente (lingotes de silicio y obleas), medio (células y módulos solares) y descendente (estaciones de servicios y de energía de generación distribuida) de la industria solar con el apoyo de sus tecnologías de monocristalino avanzadas. El lanzamiento de su estrategia de integración de marca demuestra el compromiso de LONGi Group de convertirse en una compañía de tecnología solar global líder. Aprovechando las fuerzas generales del grupo en tecnologías de monocristalino, LONGi Solar se centra en la investigación, desarrollo y fabricación de productos fotovoltaicos de monocristalino de alta eficiencia y rentabilidad con el objetivo de ofrecer a los propietarios de plantas solares y a sus inversores soluciones que reducen el coste por kilovatio hora de electricidad generado utilizando las células y módulos de LONGi Solar. Para mostrarse en la Japan PV Expo tenemos el amplio rango de la compañía de productos de monocristalino de alto rendimiento que incluyen su módulo PERC de 305 W con 60 células. El director general de LONGi Group, Li Zhenguo, dijo: "Como mayor fabricante de obleas de monocristalino del mundo, LONGi Group ha establecido una posición líder en el mercado y un alto nivel de reconocimiento de la marca en los mercados globales de obleas de monocristalino.  Nombrado recientemente un proveedor de módulo de nivel 1 por Bloomberg, New Energy Finance es una prueba de nuestros logros en la cadena de valor solar. El nuevo nombre de la marca LERRI Solar consiste en nuestros negocios de células y módulos solares ya que LONGi Solar destaca la determinación y confianza de LONGi Group en la expansión de sus negocios de células y módulos solares en los mercados extranjeros. Creemos que la estrategia de integración de marca de LONGi Group ayudará a potenciar la evolución de nuestros intereses empresariales en todo el mundo".


News Article | February 27, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

TOKYO, Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- LONGi Group recently announced that it has renamed its overseas brand LERRI Solar, which encompasses its solar cell and module businesses, as LONGi Solar. The company will participate in PV Expo 2017 in Tokyo, Japan from March 1 to March 3, 2017, with its new brand identity. LONGi Group, a global leader in monocrystalline silicon industry, has built an entire industry value chain encompassing the upstream (silicon ingots and wafers), midstream (solar cells and modules) and downstream (utility and distributed generation power stations) of the solar industry with the support of its advanced monocrystalline technologies. The launch of its brand integration strategy demonstrates LONGi Group's commitment to becoming a leading global solar technology company. By capitalizing on the group's overall strengths in monocrystalline technologies, LONGi Solar focuses on the research, development and manufacturing of high-efficiency, cost-effective monocrystalline photovoltaic products with the aim of providing owners of solar facilities and their investors with solutions that reduce the cost of per kilowatt hour of electricity generated using LONGi Solar's cells and modules. To be showcased at the Japan PV Expo are the company's wide range of high performance monocrystalline products including its 305W 60-cell PERC module. LONGi Group President Li Zhenguo said, "As the world's largest monocrystalline wafer manufacturer, LONGi Group has established a leading market position and high level of brand recognition in the global monocrystalline wafer markets. Being recently named a Tier One module supplier by Bloomberg New Energy Finance is a testament to our achievements across the solar value chain. The renaming of the LERRI Solar brand consisting of our solar cell and module businesses as LONGi Solar highlights LONGi Group's determination and confidence in expanding its solar cell and module businesses in overseas markets. We believe that the LONGi Group's brand integration strategy will help power the evolution of our business interests worldwide."


News Article | February 28, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

SANTA CLARITA, Calif., Feb. 28, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BioSolar, Inc. (OTCQB:BSRC), a developer of breakthrough energy storage technology and materials, today further described its plan to help drive down the cost of lithium-ion batteries. The Company’s management believes that use of its silicon-metal (Si-M) anode materials, currently under development, can help reduce the cost of lithium-ion batteries. Recent reports indicate that lithium-ion battery costs have continued to fall drastically, while the small-scale battery storage market continues to significantly grow in market potential. According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), “lithium-ion battery prices have fallen ‘by almost half just since 2014” with the electric vehicle industry being the key driver. The falling cost of batteries has resulted in electric vehicles reaching $300 per kWh price point which is needed to be considered competitive with natural gas plants. The author of a ThinkProgress article cites that when “battery prices drop another 50 percent, which BNEF thinks will happen within a decade or so, batteries dominate the market.” “The decline in the cost of batteries has been the result of new innovative manufacturing processes, as well as the scale of economy associated with higher manufacturing volume,” said Dr. David Lee, BioSolar’s Chief Executive Officer. “While these recent milestones and projected advancements are terrific, future projections are more heavily dependent upon innovations in and upgrades to battery materials not commercially available at present time.” The Company’s Si-M anode material is expected to be substantially less expensive than that of the benchmark silicon-carbon anode material, which is the key cost issue typically associated with battery technology. Material costs represent over 60 percent of the total battery cost in a typical lithium-ion battery. BioSolar believes its strategy of pursuing anode material advancements to support next-generation lithium-ion batteries can play an important role within the electric vehicle sector, and the broader energy storage technology industry. “By providing key material technologies to reduce lithium-ion battery costs, coupled with the mainstream adoption of electric vehicles, the BioSolar team believes it can serve a tremendous market opportunity,” concluded Dr. Lee. BioSolar is developing a breakthrough technology to increase the storage capacity, lower the cost and extend the life of lithium-ion batteries. A battery contains two major parts, a cathode and an anode, that function together as the positive and negative sides. BioSolar initially focused its development effort on high capacity cathode materials since most of today’s lithium-ion batteries are “cathode limited.” With the goal of creating the company’s next generation super battery technology, BioSolar is currently investigating high capacity anode materials recognizing the fact that the overall battery capacity is determined by combination of both cathode and anode. By integrating BioSolar’s high capacity cathode or anode, battery manufacturers will be able to create a super lithium-ion battery that can double the range of a Tesla, power an iPhone for two days straight, or store daytime solar energy for nighttime use. Founded with the vision of developing breakthrough energy technologies, BioSolar's previous successes include the world's first UL approved bio-based back sheet for use in solar panels. To learn more about BioSolar, please visit our website at http://www.biosolar.com. Matters discussed in this press release contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. When used in this press release, the words "anticipate," "believe," "estimate," "may," "intend," "expect" and similar expressions identify such forward-looking statements. Actual results, performance or achievements could differ materially from those contemplated, expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements contained herein. These forward-looking statements are based largely on the expectations of the Company and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties. These include, but are not limited to, risks and uncertainties associated with: the impact of economic, competitive and other factors affecting the Company and its operations, markets, product, and distributor performance, the impact on the national and local economies resulting from terrorist actions, and U.S. actions subsequently; and other factors detailed in reports filed by the Company.


News Article | February 22, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

SHANGHAI, Feb. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- LERRI Solar, a world leading monocrystalline solar module manufacturer headquartered in Xi'an, China, has been named a Tier One supplier by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). BNEF's classification is based on demonstrating significant non-recourse...


News Article | February 22, 2017
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Basada en el éxito de LERRI Solar en proyectos que han recibido financiación no de recurso, Bloomberg New Energy Finance ha nombrado a LERRI Solar como proveedor de nivel 1 SHANGHAI, 22 de febrero de 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- LERRI Solar, un fabricante de módulos solares...


News Article | February 22, 2017
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Na základe úspechu spoločnosti LERRI Solar v projektoch, ktoré získali bezregresné financovanie, zaradila organizácia Bloomberg New Energy Finance firmu LERRI Solar medzi dodávateľov úrovne Tier 1 ŠANGHAJ, 22. februára 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Spoločnosť LERRI Solar, popredný svetový...

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