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German PV manufacturer and developer, IBC Solar plans to construct 5.5MW in Rajasthan, India.
Global PV equipment manufacturer, Sungrow supplied a US utility solar plant with its 500kW inverters.
California-based microinverter maker Enphase has become the latest company in solar to announce expansion plans to meet demand in the Asia-Pacific region, opening an office in Melbourne, Australia to add to its engineering and design centre in New Zealand and distribution hub in Sydney.
Market research firm IHS has disclosed the top 10 PV inverter suppliers for 2013, which highlights the continuing market share gains by Asian-based suppliers at the expense of European rivals.
Sungrow Power Supply Co is supplying 20kW PV string inverters for several PV power plants in Turkey with a total of 2MW.
Major China-based PV inverter manufacturer, Sungrow Power Supply Co has signed a ‘strategic cooperation agreement’ to build a total of 300MW of PV power plants in Inner Mongolia at an estimated cost of US$483 million, according to a company statement.
Major PV inverter manufacturer, Sungrow Power Supply, has said its 1MW ‘SG1000TS’ central inverter has passed TÜV Rheinland certification for harsh environment testing.
The PV inverter market continues to evolve with changing preferences and acceptance of Chinese producers products increasing, according to the latest survey of purchasers from market research firm, IHS.
Samil Power has become the first Chinese inverter manufacturer to register for the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) directive in the EU.
Market conditions in the PV industry continued to impact PV inverter leader, SMA Solar Technology in 2013, with the company registering a loss of €89.1 million for the full year.
The joint provision liquidators (JPLs) of LDK Solar chose not to bail out the company’s German subsidiary Sunways, according to new SEC filing by LDK.
Sungrow Power Supply reported more than a doubling of PV inverter sales and shipments in 2013, supported by its first move advantage and leadership position in the rapidly growing Chinese market.
Major PV inverter manufacturer, Sungrow Power Supply is partnering on plans for two PV power plants totalling around 100MW in two regions within Gansu Province, China.
German inverter manufacturer Platinum has filed for insolvency, in a further sign of consolidation in the market.
Germany-based module manufacturer, asola, has signed a number of building integrated photovoltiacs (BIPV) orders.