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With questionable issues over global PV demand growth and a demand slump in China, which has been the biggest PV market for over three years, public listed Chinese PV manufactures across the supply chain are soon to release third quarter financial results. anoxic tank retention time Image: Trina Solar

The Chinese government’s decision (531 New Deal) to curtail utility-scale and distributed generation (DG) PV deployments just after the SNEC trade show at the end of May, not only surprised the industry but has since fuelled a significant ASP decline of modules and inverters.

With questionable issues over global PV demand growth and a demand slump in China, which has been the biggest PV market for over three years, public listed Chinese PV manufacturers across the supply chain are soon to release third quarter financial results.


This is the first clear opportunity to assess the impact of the 531 New Deal on over 50 Chinese companies operating in the polysilicon, wafer, cell, module, inverter and mounting systems sectors – as well as and not least – a number of renewable energy and project developers, all highly dependent on the China market.

Over the last few days a number of listed Chinese PV companies have issued ‘Express Reports’, releasing insight, primarily into unaudited net profit (operating income) range and a brief description of the reasons for an increase or decline over the prior year period. nanoxia project s mini Risen Energy

In relation to the third quarter of 2018, Risen Energy noted that the net profit attributed to shareholders would be in the range of 6.56% to 47.77% lower than the prior year period at RMB 82.4 million (US$11.8 million) to RMB 147.4 million (US$21.2 million), compared to RMB157.75 million in the third quarter of 2017.

Operating income had also decreased, due to new manufacturing production bases that had come online. hypoxic anoxic brain injury anthony This related to Risen Energy’s 2GW high-efficiency monocrystalline solar cell plant in Jiangsu, and a 5GW module assembly plant in Zhejiang Province, China. anoxia neonatal definicion Jolywood

PV module materials and N-type mono and IBC (Interdigitated Back Contact) bifacial module manufacturer Jolywood (Taizhou) Solar Technology Co has said that its net profit attributed to shareholders would be down between 29.60% to 36.81%, compared to the first nine months of 2017.

In the third quarter of 2018, net profit attributed to shareholders would be down 20.26% to 48.02%, compared to the prior year period, while the profit level would be in the range of RMB 65 million (US$9.4 million) to RMB 80 million (US$11.5 million).

Like other China-based PV manufacturers, Jolywood has reacted to the 531 New Deal by increasing its focus on international markets. anoxia cerebral pdf The company secured a 11.84 MW bifacial module supply deal with Unisun Energy for the Zonnepark Rilland PV power plant in The Netherlands, its first major deal in Europe.

PV module manufacturer ZJ Sunflower Light Energy reported that it expected a loss for the first nine months of 2018 to be in the range of RMB 240 million (US$30.5 million) to RMB 245 million (US$35.3 million) with losses increasing by an expected range of 652.99% to 734.20% in the third quarter of 2018.

The company did not reference the 531 New Deal but highlighted that during the reporting period PV module ASPs continued to fall, resulting in a significant drop in its gross profit margin, despite the completion of a deal from 2017 to sell its small polysilicon plant operations (Zhejiang Youchuang Solar Energy Technology Co) in the reporting period. Sungrow

Although the company did not provide any third quarter financial guidance, Sungrow said that its financial performance in the reporting period had been negatively impacted by the 531 New deal, due the decrease in domestic PV installations in the third quarter of 2018. hypoxic encephalopathy icd 10 Vina Solar

Integrated OEM PV manufacturer (polysilicon, cell, module) Tongwei Group has yet to issue an Express Report but has issued an announcement on the company’s current operational basis, due to stock trading volatility that had resulted in an ‘irrational decline’ in its share price.

These included three major projects such as its 50,000MT polysilicon expansions in Baotou and Leshan as well as its Hefei Phase II 2.3GW PERC (Passivated Emitter Rear Cell) solar cell plant expansion and its third phase expansion of a 3.2GW solar cell plant in Chengdu, China.

The company also stated that 150MW of module capacity had been upgraded for the production of N-type monocrystalline IBC cell ‘BS’ (Black Solar) modules for the high-end domestic and overseas markets, specifically for its major customer Sharp Corporation.

The new production line is expected to be put into operation in the fourth quarter of 2018 and formally commence mass production in 2019. The use of Flexible Printed Circuit (FPC) rear-contact module packaging was said to be the first in China.