So­lar power tar­gets for next year hiked

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The Na­tional En­ergy Ad­min­is­tra­tion has re­leased so­lar power tar­gets for 2015, with the plan to raise na­tional out­put by 15 gi­gawatts, ac­cord­ing to cn­stock.com. Of the to­tal ad­di­tional out­put, 8 gW will be gen­er­ated from con­cen­trated pho­to­voltaic sta­tions, 7 gW from dis­trib­uted pho­to­voltaic sta­tions, with at least 3.15 gW com­ing from rooftop in­stal­la­tions. Last year the NEA set a tar­get to in­crease so­lar power gen­er­a­tion by 14 gW but only achieved an ad­di­tional 10 gW. be­gun re­view­ing ev­ery in­stance of a share sale in which a des­ig­nated com­pany in­sider man­aged to sell at the top of a price spike. The move ad­dresses con­cerns that in­sid­ers have been abus­ing in­sider in­for­ma­tion to cash out of their po­si­tions at a profit at the ex­pense of or­di­nary share­hold­ers. ground in nearly all its key mar­kets last year, ex­pand­ing in China and Rus­sia, and im­prov­ing sales in strug­gling Europe. Net in­come was lit­tle changed at 3.3 bil­lion eu­ros ($3.8 bil­lion) in the 12 months to Au­gust, it said in a state­ment on Wed­nes­day. Costs for em­ployee loy­alty and bonus pro­grams of 298 mil­lion eu­ros cut into last year’s prof­its, how­ever, said Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer Peter Agne­f­jaell. 250 cites list their food on the on­line plat­form. It cur­rently boasts 20 mil­lion users, most of whom are col­lege stu­dents. data on the com­pany’s main United States web­site. The is­sue is di­vid­ing the eight-per­son Google panel, ac­cord­ing to one mem­ber of the panel who de­clined to be iden­ti­fied.

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