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German solar EPC firm Belectric has agreed a 30% extension to its credit line.
German manufacturer Hanwha Q CELLS is to supply modules to what is said to be Japan’s largest solar power plant.
An R&D collaboration between Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) and silicon thin-film manufacturer, Masdar PV, could potentially enable module efficiencies above 20%.
UEM, the grid operator and power utility company of the French city of Metz, has commissioned a 4.5MW solar park in La Fare-les-Oliviers, a village near Aix-en-Provence in the south of the country built by Conergy.
BenQ Solar, a division of Taiwan-based AU Optronics Corp has partnered with IRFTS, a specialist known for its ‘Easy Roof Evolution’ systems, is to develop an exclusive building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) mounting systems for customers in France and the Benelux countries.
An industrial partnership between Pufin Group and Eurener Group expects to fill the gap left by Chinese rivals impacted by anti-dumping duties within the EU and capitalise on the expected increase in demand for solar cells and modules made within Europe.
German and EU-based module manufacturers are not expected to benefit from the EU anti-dumping duties against Chinese rivals due simply to the market declining as a result, according to S.A.G. Solarstrom CEO, Karl Kuhlmann.
Suntech Power Holdings claims to have sourced PV module components outside China to avoid anti-dumping duties imposed on the company by the European Commission of 48.6%.
Reduced German feed-in tariffs and rising module prices due to the impact of the EU anti-dumping investigation and preliminary duties mean the free-field PV project business in Germany is dead, according to major project developer, juwi.
Having successfully exited insolvency proceedings, centrotherm photovoltaics has been hit by the cancellation of a long-standing order by CEEG to build a €290 million PV module assembly plant in Algeria.