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Shares in Chinese thin-film solar firm Hanergy Thin Film Power (Hanergy TF) fell 47%, wiping HK$144.3 billion (US$18.6 billion) off the company’s market value before trading was suspended in Hong Kong.
Shares in tier-one module manufacturer Yingli fell 36% yesterday in the wake of a warning from the company that it was struggling.
Meyer Burger has secured an order for passivated emitter rear cell (PERC) technology equivalent to 2.5GW of annual capacity.
Solar industry leader JinkoSolar has announced that it will provide 50MW of PV panels to Turkish renewable energy developer Tegnatia.
Consumer electronics and PV materials manufacturer Panasonic will invest ¥9.5 billion to expand its solar cell and module production lines in its home country of Japan by 150MW a year.
European solar power services company Photon Energy claims an emphasis on new business areas including operations and maintenance (O&M), opened up new revenue streams to boost its group performance in the past quarter.
Australia’s government and opposition have agreed to set the country’s Renewable Energy Target (RET) at 33,000GWh by excluding controversial plans for two-yearly reviews.
The world’s second largest solar manufacturer, Yingli Green Energy, has raised “substantial doubts” over its ability to continue “as a going concern”.
China-based inverter manufacturer Sungrow Power Supply has continued its recent trend of positive sales in overseas markets in the first quarter of 2015.
Module manufacturer REC Solar has launched a certification scheme for installers in the Philippines.
Australia’s Labor Party in Victoria has called on the Federal Government to remove legislation that prevents individual states from setting their own Renewable Energy Target (RET).
Indian independent power producer Azure Power has commissioned its largest solar plant under India’s National Solar Mission (NSM) policy — a 100MW installation in Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Chinese solar investor United PV has agreed a deal for a 930MW portfolio of projects from developer Hareon Solar.
The Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has met to discuss revised plans to tender 10GW of solar capacity on a state-by-state basis over the next year.
Major merchant solar cell producer Neo Solar Power (NSP) reported first quarter 2015 sales down around 37% from the same period a year ago as demand remained weak.