Bloomberg: global solar energy on the open market in the second quarter of this year rose 8 times times of corporate finance (map)

Polaris solar PV net news: according to Bloomberg new energy finance (BNEF) recent statistics, 2014 2 global solar companies on the open market finance rose 8 times the amount compared with the previous quarter, reaching 1.8 billion dollars. Main contribution comes from the United States stock market 3 amounted to about 1.4 billion dollars worth of deals:

1. Spain infrastructure giant Abengoa spin off part of its photovoltaic, wind turbines and grid assets and set up a company called YieldCo type AbengoaYieldPlc (NASDAQ:ABY), its IPO to raise 830 million dollars (attribution of solar financing about $ 400 million).

2.SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR) issue bonds to raise about $ 400 million.

3.SunEdison (NYSE:SUNE) issue bonds to raise about $ 600 million.

In addition, Trina (NYSE:TSL) issuing new shares and bonds to raise 280 million dollars, Yingli (NYSE:YGE) US $ 87.5 million of equity financing, daqo new energy (NYSE:DQ) issue new shares to raise about $ 58 million.

Photo: global solar energy on the open market corporate finance, 2011 – 2014 in the 1 quarter 2 quarter

Original title: Bloomberg: solar financing global public markets in the second quarter of this year rose 8 times times

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