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28.03.14 14:38:25
heute drauf aufmerksam geworden, weil sie einen Vertrag mit Singyes (Thread: China Singyes Solar- neue WKN) gecancelt haben;

sieht aber übel aus, deswegen vorerst nur watchlist
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24.09.16 10:24:25
United Photovoltaics buys up 80MW UK portfolio

By Liam Stoker Sep 23, 2016

Hong Kong-based asset holder United Photovoltaics has made a splash in the secondary market, acquiring more than 80MW of operational UK solar assets.

In a statement issued late yesterday, United PV confirmed that it had acquired six 1.4 ROC-accredited solar farms from Notus Investments 1 Sarl, an SPV owned by Equinox Energy Capital, in a deal which could be worth more than £100 million to the seller.

United PV said the investment was in line with its strategy of acquiring attractive operational assets in international markets.

United PV, which will house the assets in its subsidiary Renewable Energy UK Portfolio Ltd, is to acquire the portfolio using debt, paying a maximum consideration of £30 million in equity. £25 million is payable up front, with a further £5 million in conditional payments due if specific targets are met.

The asset holder was advised on the purchase by both EY's renewable energy corporate finance team and Herbert Smith Freehills in London. Equinox was advised by Jefferies International.

The six farms were all connected in March 2015 by Equinox in conjunction with investment firm Elliott Management.

While United PV did not disclose the names of the assets acquired as part of the deal, Equinox lists six operational solar farms on its site, including;

Rowles Solar Park, Oxfordshire (12.8MW)
Radstone Solar Park, Northamptonshire (5.2MW)
Aspatria Solar Park, Cumbria (18.3MW)
Flit Solar Park, Oxfordshire (10.5MW)
Gaultney Solar Park, Northamptionshire (21.6MW)
Egmanton Solar Park, Nottinghamshire (14.1MW)

The acquisition of this UK portfolio marks the first departure by United PV from the Chinese power plant market.
28.09.16 14:28:48
United Photovoltaics expects US$200 million in China FiT back payments

By Mark Osborne Sep 27, 2016

China-based independent solar power producer United Photovoltaics Group said it expected FiT back payments of RMB1.328 billion (US$199.2 million) from 16 solar power plants after confirmation of payments have been authorised by the Ministry of Finance, National Development and Reform Commission and National Energy Administration on September 23.

United PV would seem to be the first solar company to acknowledge and detail payments due under the sixth batch of the ‘Renewable Energy Tariff Subsidy Catalogue’ that have become an increasing issue for solar power plant owners in China that have yet to receive crucial subsidy contributions from operating plants.

United PV noted that the subsidy payments related to approximately 630MW of solar power plants owned and operated in China by the company.

United PV had reported aggregate electricity generation for the six months of 2016 of approximately 611,211MWh and an installed base of 996MW.

Not surprisingly, United PV noted in a financial filing that the expected payments ‘significantly enhanced’ its liquidity position.
21.01.17 09:11:32
United Photovoltaics to issue US$250 million bond through Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley

By Mark Osborne Jan 20, 2017

China-based PV energy provider (PVEP) United Photovoltaics Group is arranging a US$250 million bond through Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley.

United PV also said that the 8.25% senior notes due in 2020 included book runners Merrill Lynch International, Morgan Stanley, Nomura, China Merchants Securities (HK) and CITIC CLSA.

The company said that the funds, expected to be around US$241.0 million after commissions and expenses would be used pay down other loans used for PV power plant construction.
28.02.17 14:51:41
United PV selects EPC contractors for 50MW Panda PV project in northern China

By Conor Ryan Feb 28, 2017
Datong Panda PV, a subsidiary of United PV, has signed a deal with two EPC companies for the development of a 50MW solar project in Shanxi Province, China.

The EPC agreement with the two companies, Sichuan Zhonghaichuanglian Electricity Engineering and Shanxi Silu Electricity Engineering, is for roughly US$53.7 million.

As part of the agreement, both companies will help develop the 50MW project, which will be developed in the shape of a panda. In addition, a youth activity centre — dedicated to promote youth participation in renewable-energy ventures — will also be developed in Datong County.

According to a company statement on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the 50MW PV installation is expected to be connected to the grid and completed on or before 30 June 2017.
03.04.17 14:36:03

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