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Canadian Solar Solutions, subsidiary of module manufacturer Canadian Solar has completed and sold two solar plants to TransCanada.
System manufacturer and developer, Conergy, has received offers for its production subsidiaries, Mounting Systems and Conergy SolarModule, as insolvency negotiations continue.
JinkoSolar has raised the target US$67.8 million in its recently announced American depositary shares (ADS) offering.
Market research firm IHS has attempted to counter recent reports from rival firm, NPD Solarbuzz in the next direction PV manufacturers will take, which could have a significant impact on equipment and materials suppliers to the sector.
Solar module assembly equipment specialist, Mondragon Assembly said it expects to deliver up to seven module assembly lines in 2013.
Having previously announced an American depositary share (ADS) stock offering to potentially expand capacity, JinkoSolar has increased the number of shares to be made available at a price of US$16.25 per ADS.
The Chinese government has introduced production capacity expansion restrictions as part of its ongoing efforts to consolidate the number of PV manufacturers in the country due to chronic overcapacity across the supply chain.
PacWest Equities is to relocate its solar manufacturing line to Parana in Brazil.
Chinese tier 1 PV manufacturer, ReneSola has successfully closed its US$70 million ADS share offering on the NYSE.
JinkoSolar plans to issue 3.5 million American Depositary Shares (ADS) that the company said in an SEC filing could net it significant new capital to fund capacity expansion and other activities.
Euro Brazil Investments SA, specialising in foreign investments in Brazil has provided PacWest Equities with US$50 million to initiate the production of CIGS thin-film PV products in Brazil.
German-based PV module manufacturer and project developer, aleo solar, is withdrawing from the US market due to its operations continuing to be unprofitable, according to a short company statement.
Production at a 100MW module plant in Germany belonging to thin-film manufacturer Avancis has been called to a temporary halt, following successful negotiations with the relevant works council.
Stabilizing polysilicon prices and recent technical upgrades to its polysilicon production facilities are behind Daqo New Energy’s plan to boost production in the second-half of the year in a bid to reach production costs as low as US$14/kg.
In an effort to be able to support the manufacture of better PV products and certification for outsourcing customers, third-party manufacturer, Celestica has opened a PV testing lab in Toronto, Canada.