- Industry Roundup
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Chinese technology giant Huawei has expanded the scope of its PV inverter business in Europe.
Struggling wafer manufacturer LDK Solar has agreed an 850MW wafer supply deal with Taiwanese cell manufacturer Gintech.
Materials specialist, DuPont China Holding, and China-based EPC firm, Zhenfa New Energy, have agreed to collaborate on efforts to improve PV power plant operation through enhanced module performance and reliability.
Module manufacturer Wuxi Suntech has promised to honour its existing warranties despite the company’s recent change of ownership.
Embattled wafer manufacturer LDK Solar’s China-based subsidiary has secured a 765MW supply deal with a Taiwanese PV firm.
The financial arm of industrial conglomerate GE has made its debut investment in India’s solar sector with a stake in the country’s largest PV project.
Thin-film manufacturer Hanergy Solar has supplied electric supercar maker Tesla with two solar charging stations for electric vehicles in China.
Chinese building materials and glass company CNBM is to buy German CIS thin-film manufacturer Avancis.
Solar associations in the Gulf and India have struck a deal that will see the two regions offer mutual support to their PV industries through the sharing of expertise and resources.
Commercial operations have begun on Japan’s largest utility-scale PV plant to date.
Real estate and renewable energy developer, Pacifica Capital, has secured finance for two solar power projects in Japan totalling 8.7MW.
Major PV energy provider Canadian Solar has been selected to supply 43MW of its CS6P255P modules to the second largest solar power plant project in Japan, according to the company.
Solar wafer-to-module processing service provider, Solargiga Energy Holdings, has reported preliminary unaudited first quarter 2014 sales and shipments that are significantly higher than the same period a year ago.
Bankrupt PV module manufacturer Shanghai Chaori Solar has stopped production at its Shanghai headquarters as customers cancel orders and it struggles to generate cash flow.
LDK Solar has claimed through its Cayman Island liquidators that unaudited accounts indicate the company had revenue of US$273.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2013, up from US$156.6 million in the previous quarter.