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  1. Talking points

    Posted Feb 08th 2012, 12:00am

    ... into a Tianjin-based joint venture with the Spanish company Isofoton, which makes solar panels, a sign that it is taking the renewable energy sector increasingly seriously. Mainland wind power and solar firms ... campus. Hui, who has composed a song for the 100th anniversary, will also share his views on Hong Kong culture and recall his student days. Lawmakers debate move against power companies Lawmakers ...

  2. Power firm's insurance rule can eat up green savings

    Posted Apr 07th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Cheung Chi-fai Costs of solar and wind power hook-ups to grid questioned CLP Power has been urged to review a requirement that small-scale generators of alternative energy take out multimillion-dollar insurance which can eat up their cost savings. The company requires that insurance be taken out to cover compensation claims in the event such private installations disrupt power supplies ...

  3. Guodian IPO falls flat despite big cut in offer

    Posted Dec 31st 2011, 12:00am

    ... of the shares on offer originally, the company, which installs pollution-abatement equipment for coal-fired power plants and makes and installs wind and solar equipment, received a poor response on its ... saw its shares make a flat trading debut yesterday. Shares in the Beijing-based state-backed firm, a subsidiary of the mainland's third-largest power producer, China Guodian, ended ...

  4. Strong Petrochemical falls on debut

    Posted Jan 13th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... (BIPV) systems and makes solar power products. Singyes reported a 69.8 per cent jump in first-half profit this year to 52.1 million yuan (HK$59.12 million) on turnover of 374 million yuan. ... the institutional offering was fully covered. Separately, China Singyes Solar Technologies is set to deliver a moderate rise on its HK$63 million share sale today. The shares climbed only 3 per cent above ...

  5. Debt-ridden Xinyi Glass raises HK$1.14 billion

    Posted May 05th 2012, 12:00am

    ... firm up to 5.5 per cent of subsidiary Xinyi Solar Holdings. 'Xinyi Solar hopes it can be listed on the main board of the Hong Kong stock exchange by the end of this year,' said Sinopac Securities analyst Vivien Chan. She said the mainland price of solar glass rose 15 per cent year on year in the first quarter. 'It can do it this year. The solar glass industry has ...

  6. Opportunities in troubled times

    Posted Oct 10th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Solar Systems, its first in a Chinese player in the solar power industry ... International Capital Corporation, the mainland's first joint venture investment bank, and Comtec Solar Systems, TPG's first mainland-based solar investment. As the debt crises in Europe ...

  7. Banking on staying power with China

    Posted May 28th 2012, 12:00am

    ... George Chen george.chen@scmp.com As the drumbeat of complaints from Western investment bankers about doing deals in China grows louder, the economic outlook worsens and distrust between Wall Street and China Inc rises, one man says he knows what the main ...

  8. Venture capital inflows in China leap to US$558m

    Posted Sep 07th 2006, 12:00am by Sherman So

    ... was for an alternative energy company, with US$99 million going into CEEG Nanjing PV-tech, a developer of solar cells and solar-powered products. Fears that a bubble is developing may be misplaced. 'Even ...

  9. Girl power

    Posted Nov 21st 2011, 12:00am

    ... Chris Davis Women are better investors than men. When it comes to investing, men are often risk-takers while women tend to play it safe. A new study suggests that women are more likely to make money. The study, conducted by Barclays Capital and Ledbury Re ...

  10. Beijing property move, E.U. bailout power share rally

    Posted Oct 29th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Peggy Sito peggy.sito@scmp.com Hong Kong stocks closed higher yesterday for the sixth consecutive day, led by mainland property developers buoyed by optimism that Beijing may relax controls on home-buying in the country. Blue chips were also lifted by rel ...




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