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After Violent Clashes of 2019, Investors Reassess Chile’s Prospects for Renewable Energy

Social unrest led Chile to give up hosting the U.N.‘s COP25 summit in December, but investors are showing signs of confidence in the country’s renewables market. Investors believe the prospects remain strong for Chile’s hot renewables market, despite recent social unrest that caused the nation to relinquish hosting climate talks last year. Chile was forced […]

ASSETS PROVIDING ‘FLEXIBILITY’ ARE KEY TO MAXIMIZING THE ROLE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN SPAIN AND CHILE

New reports show how batteries, dynamic electric vehicle charging and interconnectors will have major influence on emissions between now and 2050 Madrid and Santiago: Maximizing the role of solar and wind power in the electricity systems of Spain and Chile between now and 2050 will hinge on the extent to which ‘flexibility assets’ such as […]

JinkoSolar’s motion for summary determination of non-infringement will be granted by ITC JUDGE within two weeks

Jacksonville, Fla.: JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (NYSE: JKS) (“JinkoSolar”), one of the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, today announced that the Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) in U.S. International Trade Commission Investigation No. 337-TA-1151 (“the 1151 Investigation”) issued an order indicating that JinkoSolar’s motion for summary determination of non-infringement will be […]

Mainstream Renewable Power Closes USD$580 Million Wind and Solar Financing Deal in Chile

DUBLIN : Global wind and solar development company, Mainstream Renewable Power (“Mainstream” or “The Company”), has reached financial close for the first phase of its wholly-owned and fully-contracted giant 1.3 gigawatt “Andes Renovables” wind and solar power generation platform in Chile. The Company has successfully raised USD$580 million in debt to fund construction of phase one of […]

Chile’s Lithium Export Price Plunges

The export price of Chile’s lithium carbonate has plunged to US$10,655 per ton on average, the lowest since last Nov. and down 17.6% year-on-year and 9% sequentially, according to Chilean customs. SQM, the world’s second largest lithium supplier, notes that there is no sign for the price decline to end in the near future. Lithium […]