Solar power targets for next year hiked
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.