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Renewable power conversion technology manufacturer, Ideal Power, has raised US$17.25 million from its initial public offering (IPO).
Hanwha Chemical, the owner of PV module manufacturer, Hanwha Q CELLS, has made a US$188.5 million cash injection into the company to expand capacity and expand its downstream PV project business.
Due to previously announced working capital constraints, China Sunergy (CSUN) was forced to increase its exposure to providing PV modules under OEM agreements in the third quarter of 2013.
Tier one Chinese PV manufacturer, ReneSola has reported another quarter of record shipments and revenue that exceeded guidance as its PV module and OEM business continued to increase.
Toshiba Corporation has announced that it will market an onsite consumption solar power system for apartment buildings in Germany from March next year.
Renewable energy will benefit from a “decades long” carbon abatement fund, Australia’s environment minister Greg Hunt has claimed.
Manufacturer of PV screen printing equipment, DEK Solar, has been sold as part of a deal between the owner of DEK, Dover Corporation, and ASM Pacific Technology (ASMPT), itself a part of Dutch-based semiconductor equipment supplier ASM International.
Distributed generation (DG) projects expected to be completed in 2013 by SunEdison have received further financial support from asset-based financing firm, De Lage Landen, a subsidiary of Rabobank Group.
Alterra Power Corp, a renewable energy company headquartered in British Columbia, Canada, has sold a 10% stake in a 50MW solar power plant in Ontario to a consortium headed by Fiera Axium Infrastructure.
A month after announcing a sapphire substrate manufacturing agreement with consumer electronics giant, Apple, GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) is planning to raise over US$125 million in a convertible bond.
The National Bank of Canada will provide Canadian Solar with short-term project financing for one its PV power plant projects to be built in Ontario, Canada.
In it efforts to move downstream and become a photovoltaic energy provider (PVEP), Hanwha SolarOne has struck a deal the Bank of Beijing for a three-year US$574 million credit facility.
REC Solar has cancelled its NOK200 million (US$32 million) revolving credit facility with sister company REC Silicon, citing a “positive outlook on business”.
Hanergy Solar is set to receive significant investment from its parent company as it prepares to ramp up its thin-film production capacity.
Shunfeng Photovoltaic is planning to place a 10-year convertible bond valued at HK$3,580,000,000 (US$461.77 million) with selected investors to pay for the US$492.3 million acquisition of Wuxi Suntech via court administrators in China.