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Major PV manufacturer Hanwha Q CELLS has appointed Seung Deok Park to its Board of Directors.
Solar activist and entrepreneur Danny Kennedy has left his executive vice president role at Sungevity, the PV installer that he co-founded in 2007, to become head of a California-based clean energy investment company.
Silicon PV and sapphire materials equipment supplier GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) said its long-standing CEO, Tom Gutierrez has resigned all positions at the company, which continues to operate under Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
PV manufacturing equipment specialist centrotherm photovoltaics said that Hans Autenrieth and Peter Augustin are to set down from the management Board of the company at the end of the year.
Leading PV inverter manufacturer SMA Solar Technology has appointed SMA America’s current executive vice president of sales, Marko Wittich to also be its
president and general manager.
PV module encapsulant producer STR Holdings could be the US front for its parent company, China-based project developer, Zhenfa Energy Group entering the US market.
A new chief operating officer has been chosen and approved at German high-tech equipment manufacturer Manz AG.
Leading CdTe thin-film producer First Solar has made several internal management changes, including a new US regional president and chief operating officer (COO).
Daqo New Energy has begun pilot production from its newly added 6,000MT of capacity, the Chinese polysilicon manufacturer said today.
The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (Teachers’) has purchased the remaining shares in developer BluEarth Renewables.
Chinese manufacturer LDK Solar, newly emerged from a period of financial upheaval, has appointed a new chairman and two new board directors.
Fraunhofer ISE chief Eicke Weber will run for Germany’s Free Democratic Party (FDP) in regional elections.
Following the recent launch of its new Solar Intelligence division, Solar Media has acted swiftly to expand its in-house resources, by hiring Finlay Colville as the new Head of Solar Intelligence.
US module manufacturer SunPower is suing SunEdison over claims that it poached staff who then took trade secrets with them to their new employer.
The Fraunhofer Institute has opened a new research centre in Chile to help further the development of solar thermal and PV technologies.