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January 14, 2014
05:44 EDTYGEYingli Green Energy partners with XSOL in Japan
Yingli Green Energy announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Yingli Green Energy Japan, has entered into a distribution agreement with XSOL. Under the terms of the agreement, XSOL will sell and promote YGE 60 Cell Series modules since the middle of January 2014 in Japanese market. Yingli Green Energy was the first solar module manufacturer to obtain TUV Rheinland's JIS Q 8901certificate, which certifies that Yingli modules meet the strict reliability requirements of Japanese consumers. YGE Series modules are also certified by TUV Rheinland to withstand challenging environmental conditions such as salt mist and ammonia.
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August 19, 2014
09:20 EDTYGEReported settlement offer positive for Chinese solar stocks, says Roth Capital
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06:02 EDTYGEYingli Green Energy installs solar power system in Munich
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August 11, 2014
12:42 EDTYGEChina solar company estimates lowered at Credit Suisse
Creidt Suisse lowered estimates on Chinese solar companies due to continued weak pricing and lower margin expectations. The firm expects Q2 reports to be roughly in-line with guidance with reduced Q3 margin expectations.
08:37 EDTYGEYingli Green Energy to supply over 30 MW of solar modules for Japan plant
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August 8, 2014
08:08 EDTYGEYingli Green Energy completes trial production of monocrystalline ingots
Yingli Green Energy announced that the company has successfully completed trial production of monocrystalline ingots using new material technology. Instead of using traditional graphite crucibles when pulling monocrystalline ingots, the company experimented with crucibles made from a carbon-carbon composite material. Yingli's initial estimates suggest that the new material could reduce manufacturing costs by nearly 0.01 USD per watt.
06:33 EDTYGEChina's solar energy capacity growth accelerated, Xinhua reports
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