If we theoretically take this figure and apply it to this year's estimates for Chinese exports to Japan, it will require almost 8 years of shipments at 7.5GW per year to reach this level of what METI considers "approved."
Overall, this positions Chinese exports to surge during 2014 by 19% versus 2013
Canadian Solar could accelerate efforts through the permitting stage and increase deliveries to Japan for the purpose of reaching its own goals. The company has an additional 500MW of early and mid-stage projects in the country, which could be moved to the construction stage in order to comply with the legal requirements
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Six months return objective is at 66% for CSIQ, 24% for Trina, 25% for JA Solar and Jinko at 8%.
Chinese global exports are expected to hit 20GW during 2014, in addition to 13GW in the domestic market
the general opinion guilelessly sees more capacity being stacked against a perception of lower demand resulting in risks of module glut and lower ASP
The first quarter of 2014 was the largest quarter to date for deliveries, at 4.8GW of modules sent
The first quarter of the 2014 has the potential to become the largest quarter since Q2 2013, reaching around 4.6GW
Canadian, delivering EPS between $4.30 and $4.70, could get a price target of $65 to $68 by the end of the year, offering nearly a 100% return from Friday's March 21 closing price.