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Tier-1 PV manufacturer, Hanwha SolarOne said that it’s chairman and CEO, Ki-Joon Hong has retired and the company expected to appoint a replacement by the end of April.
Perovskite thin-film solar cells could be closer to commercialisation than expected after Oxford Photovoltaics (Oxford PV) made a critical appointment of a veteran leading-edge semiconductor manufacturing technologist as its Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Chris Case.
Portuguese PV developer Martifer Solar has set its sights on new markets oversees by opening a new office in El Salvador.
A trade association has been formed to serve companies and customers in the demand response industry, appointing a former chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) as strategic counsel.
US installer REC Solar has announced that it is set to focus its future efforts solely on the commercial PV market, offloading its residential segment to solar developer and financier Sunrun.
The programme has been repeatedly successful and director general Arun Kumar has said it will now run every month.
Bankrupt Suntech Power Holdings has appointed its former corporate finance and treasury director, Deyong He, as acting chief financial officer and the fourth member of its board of directors.
The former managing director of First Solar Europe, Stephan Hansen, has joined Germany’s juwi Group to co-head its restructured project development arm, juwi International.
In what has become a mass exodus of senior executives from bankrupt Suntech Power Holdings, the company has announced the resignation of its interim CEO, Weiping Zhou.
Philip Fan, independent director and board member at Suntech Power Holdings, has resigned his position with immediate effect, according to an SEC filing.
Major tier one PV manufacturer, Trina Solar, has accepted the resignation of its chief financial officer (CFO), Terry Wang, effective January 10, 2014 .
PV manufacturer JA Solar has announced a top-level management reshuffle.
David King has officially resigned from the Suntech’s board of directors with immediate effect, having stepped down from his positions as CEO and interim CFO in September 2013.
PV equipment specialist, Spire Corporation said that its founder, Roger G. Little would retire at the end of the year and serve only as chairman.
A syndicate of 11 commercial banks in China have provided technically bankrupt, LDK Solar with a RMB 1.56 billion (US$256 million) credit facility.