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June 25, 2014
10:15 EDTJKS, SOL, SPWR, YGESunPower, peers advance after analyst ups price target
Shares of solar energy company SunPower (SPWR) and other names in the sector are climbing after research firm RW Baird increased its price target on SunPower to $48 from $42. Sunower develops solar power plants and sells solar equipment. WHAT'S NEW: SolarCity's (SCTY) decision to begin manufacturing solar panels, via its acquisition of privately held solar panel maker Silevo, further validates SunPower's business model, Baird analyst Ben Kallo wrote in a note to investors earlier today. SunPower should benefit from increasing demand for solar panels, as well as cost reductions and capacity expansion, the analyst predicted. SunPower should also benefit from increases in the efficiency of its modules and sales of more of its projects, Kallo believes. Meanwhile, the company should create value for shareholders over time by either selling its projects or placing them in a yieldco, and by potentially spinning off its residential business, the analyst believes. Yieldcos are subsidiaries of energy companies that own power plants and projects and typically trade on stock exchanges. Kallo kept an Outperform rating on SunPower. WHAT'S NOTABLE: Earlier this month, JPMorgan and Brean Capital downgraded SunPower based on valuation. These downgrades ignore SunPower's long-term value, Kallo contended in his note today. PRICE ACTION: In early trading, SunPower climbed 2% to $40, JinkoSolar (JKS) gained 1% to $29.50, Yingli Green Energy (YGE) advanced 1.5% to $3.60, and ReneSola (SOL) gained 1% to $2.90.
News For SPWR;JKS;YGE;SOL From The Last 14 Days
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December 17, 2014
16:12 EDTSPWRSunPower announces exclusive agreement with Sunverge
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06:36 EDTYGE, SPWRU.S. announces tariffs on Chinese, Taiwanese solar companies, NY Times says
The U.S. announced that it would impose tariffs of 26.7%-78.4% on the imports of most Chinese made solar panels, and tariffs of 11.45%-27.5% on solar cells made in Taiwan, according to The New York Times. Duties of 27.6%-50% will be imposed on modules made in China, the newspaper quoted the Commerce Department as saying. American officials still hope that they can reach a settlement with the Chinese on solar trade issues, the newspaper stated. Publicly traded companies in the space include Canadian Solar (CSIQ), First Solar (FSLR), JA Solar (JASO), SunPower (SPWR), Trina Solar (TSL) and Yingli Green Energy (YGE). Reference Link
05:29 EDTYGEYingli Green Energy comments on U.S. Department of Commerce decision on tariffs
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December 16, 2014
09:59 EDTSPWROn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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09:16 EDTSPWROn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
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08:09 EDTSPWRSunPower upgraded at Morgan Stanley
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06:34 EDTSPWRSunPower upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Morgan Stanley
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December 15, 2014
10:10 EDTSPWRSolar stocks could be volatile ahead of ITC/ITA decisions, says Brean Capital
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08:04 EDTSPWRSunPower invests $20M in Tendril
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December 12, 2014
07:01 EDTJKSJinkoSolar supplies China General Nuclear Power Group 80 MW of solar modules
JinkoSolar announced that it has supplied 80 MW of solar PV modules to China General Nuclear Power Group for a solar PV project in Neihuang County, Henan Province. Located in Mashang and Liucun, two villages in Neihuang County, Henan Province, the project is being built on the rooftops of traditional agricultural greenhouse. It utilizes 325689 pieces of JinkoSolar's high-efficiency PV modules is expected to be connected to the grid by the end of 2014.
December 8, 2014
05:57 EDTYGEYingli Green Energy collaborates to deploy solar power in Thailand
Yingli Green Energy announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Yingli Green Energy Singapore, intends to collaborate with Kasikornbank Public, Huawei Technologies and Solventia Solar Energy, to deploy solar power in Thailand, a promising renewable energy market. According to their recently signed Memorandum of Understanding, the companies plan to jointly provide turnkey solar power solutions for both power plants and distributed generation projects throughout the country. Due to Thailand's strong year-round solar irradiation and rising demand for electricity, the Thai government has established a 3 GW target for total solar power capacity by 2021. The country plans to meet at least 20% of its energy demand with renewable resources by 2022.
December 5, 2014
10:19 EDTSPWRRumor: SunPower moves up on renewed takeover chatter
07:01 EDTJKSJinkoSolar' Eagle+ modules reach new height of power output
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