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PV market leader, Yingli Green could lose its number one industry ranking in 2014, after revising downward full-year shipment guidance.
Module manufacturer, Yingli Green Energy is to supply 66MW of its modules to large scale UK solar projects.
GCL Poly has secured two new credit lines worth a total of US$490 million. Downstream affiliate GCL New Energy also confirmed it had secured a 95% interest in a project in Jiangsu Province.
US residential solar installer and leasing company Vivint Solar is preparing to make an initial public offering (IPO) of common stock, having made a filing with the US Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC).
Hawaii’s electric companies declared on Tuesday that they would triple rooftop solar by 2030.
Suntech is targeting the South American markets and expects Brazil and Mexico to follow Chile’s lead on utility-scale solar.
Suniva will offer leases and PPAs to community groups through the partnership with TCC.
Major PV manufacturer Trina Solar took a hit on margins in the second quarter of 2014, while module shipments soared as China and US markets rebounded strongly.
Chinese module manufacturers saw their dominance of global supplies strengthen, despite the imposition of new trade duties in the US, according to a new report by NPD Solarbuzz.
Major PV manufacturer, Trina Solar said it was planning to better serve its growing US customer base on the back of increased demand through establishing its first PV module manufacturing operations outside China.
China-based PVEP, Hareon Solar Technology has signed a number of project development deals in China and Turkey totalling around 3,350MW. The company has also secured lines of credit with two Chinese banks totalling 20 billion Yuan (US$3.25 billion).
Scatec Solar, the Norwegian company that this year has announced the construction of PV plants in territories including Jordan, Rwanda and South Africa, has announced plans to list on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
The government has promised to support all domestic solar manufacturing and plants should run at full capacity and expand.
PV outsourcing firm Solargiga has secured a 73MW module order with China Power Investment (CPI), according to a statement on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
REC Solar ASA has won its first order for its recently launched ‘Peak Energy’ 72-cell module series from a major, undisclosed US EPC firm for utility-scale projects totalling 85MW.