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US-based PV module encapsulant supplier, STR Holdings has signed a manufacturing agreement with ZheJiang FeiYu Photo-Electrical Science & Technology Co., Ltd.
US-based PV module mounting systems specialist, Array Technologies (ATI) has officially opened its expanded headquarters facilities in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
France’s President Francois Hollande has called for an ‘Airbus’ style model of collaboration for the European solar industry.
Equipment leasing and financing firm, First US Finance has launched a new vendor programme designed to provide increased opportunities for clients to provide financing to customers.
Executives at Mitsubishi Materials are under investigation for possible professional negligence resulting in death or injury following a fatal explosion at a silicon processing plant in Mie prefecture, Japan.
Time is running out for the struggling solar module manufacturer aleo solar, with Bosch only providing financial support for its subsidiary through to the end of March 2014.
JinkoSolar has acquired the manufacturing assets of the struggling Topoint group of companies.
Hanwha Q CELLS has provided greater transparency over previously announced plans to add an additional solar cell production line to meet growing demand.
Panasonic has launched the ‘HIT-N245’ and ‘HIT-N240’ PV modules into the European market as part of its drive to re-establish both a key position amongst leading manufacturers and regain share in the European market.
UPDATE: An explosion at Mitsubishi Materials Yokkaichi polysilicon plant has resulted in the death of five workers with a further 12 injured, according to reports.
The Chinese government has excluded almost 80% of operating manufacturers, including Shunfeng and LDK Solar, from benefitting from domestic support measures as it looks to curb oversupply and increase the quality of its manufacturing solar sector.
Plans by Ascent Solar to build a JV manufacturing plant with the Municipal City of Suqian in Jiangsu Province, China, have been revised but the plan remains on track.
Semiconductor technology group, Meyer Berger has announced an order from a European customer to provide CHF10 million (US$11 million) worth of components for a PV production line in South America.
German inverter manufacturer Kaco new energy, has opened a manufacturing plant in San Antonio, Texas.
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