Deals Done

The Korea Exchange has landed the rights to manage South Korea’s emissions trading platform when it launches on Jan. 1, 2015, the Ministry of Environment announced.
Spain’s Gamesa is set to make its first move into the Philippines with a 54-MW deal with Japanese developer Kanematsu.
China Ming Yang Wind Power has secured the first tranche tender for turbines to be installed near Zhuhai Guishan Island in China’s Guangdong Province.
Phoenix Solar AG is to build Singapore’s biggest solar photovoltaic plant as demand for larger units grows in the city state.
Japanese giant Toshiba Corp has announced that it will enter the wind development space with the acquisition of Sigma Power Janex Co, which operates wind farms in Kyushu, Japan.
India is set to enhance its energy efficiency projects thanks to a USD53 million long-term loan from The European Investment Bank (EIB), which will be supported by the Italian Export Credit Agency SACE.
A 50-MW wind farm which will be built in Kazakhstan’s Pavlodar district is to receive financial backing from the China Development Bank.
Hong Kong’s Goldpoly New Energy Holdings Limited, has signed a conditional agreement to buy 400-MW of solar power plants in China.
More Indian manufacturers are seeing the benefit of renewable energy, with Gamesa announcing the sale of 46 MW-worth of wind turbines to a paper company. A subsidiary of the Indian conglomerate ITC, ITC Paperboards and Speciality Papers Division plans to install 23 two-MW wind turbines.
China's solar module manufacturer, ReneSola, has announced a deal to supply 32-MW to Japanese commodity trader, Silicon Bank. Speaking about the contract, the company's  chief executive officer Xianshou Li said it heralded growth for ReneSola in the country.