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US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has expressed its support for US government’s role as mediator in negotiations between the European Union and China to resolve anti-dumping case against Chinese manufacturers.
Canadian Solar has won a court case relating to an alleged breach of contract concerning its wafer supply contracts with LDK Solar.
Powerway Renewable Energy has signed a contract with an unnamed Chilean company to supply mounting systems for a 3MW solar power plant in Chile.
Higher than guided product shipments, notably to higher average selling price (ASP) regions such as Japan, supported a significant drop in quarterly losses at JA Solar in the first quarter of 2013.
Former management at PV Crystalox’s polysilicon plant in Germany are in talks with the company to acquire the shuttered plant.
German manufacturer alfasolar has filed for insolvency at Hannover County Court.
Japan’s Shinsei Bank has signed a project financing agreement with Japan Renewable Energy to provide a ¥10 billion (US$97 million) loan to fund the development of 40MW worth of PV projects.
Germany’s vice chancellor and economy minister Philipp Rösler has reportedly attacked the European Commission’s plans to impose anti-dumping duties on Chinese solar panels as a “grave” mistake.
Preparations for the 2014 World Cup are well underway in the host country of Brazil with the first solar array on a stadium having been completed and inaugurated ready for the football competition.
REC Solar has completed the first of four community solar projects in Colorado under the state’s Community Solar Gardens Act legislation implemented last year.