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US solar manufacturer and developer SunEdison has announced increased quarterly losses of US$102.9 million in the second quarter of 2013 following a drop in sales.
Chinese PV module manufacturer ReneSola is to provide solar plant installer Saferay with 29.1MW of its modules for use in construction of La Huayca II solar power plant, Chile.
The EU has opted out of provisional anti-subsidy measures against Chinese PV manufacturers, according to a statement released by the trade commission today.
Schneider Electric has set its sights on having 100MW of its solar power conversion systems operating in Thailand by the end of 2013.
CNPV Solar Power and Donauer Solartechnik have been contracted to supply and construct the latest in a series of rooftop PV plants to be announced in southern Africa, a 1.1MWp solar PV station at Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL), Namibia.
Solarworld creditors have given a second nod to restructuring plans ahead of an extraordinary shareholder meeting on Wednesday.
Energy utility Edison International has acquired SoCore Energy, a Chicago-based commercial rooftop solar developing company.
A clerical oversight in China has resulted in at least 16 manufacturers being excluded from the EU trade agreement, PV Tech has learned.
Seventeen applications for solar projects have received approval for land concessions from the Chilean government.
Reports suggest a deal is in the making that could see Suntech Power Holdings’ bankrupt subsidiary rescued by the involvement of a rival Chinese PV manufacturer and several state-owned enterprises in Wuxi, China.
Bank of Communications of China is providing JA Solar with a RMB550 million (US$50 million) credit facility.
Canadian solar project developer, Solar Flow-Through, has been awarded 52 contracts under Ontario’s small feed-in tariff programme – ‘FiT 2.1’.
Preliminary quarterly results suggest Centrosolar’s revenues fell by 39% in the second quarter of 2013.
Although difficult to signal the next technology buy cycle for the PV equipment market, leading supplier Meyer Burger has said that it has received contracts worth over CHF22 million (US$23.7 million) from several Asia-based customers for next generation process technology equipment.
Gehrlicher Solar is close to selling its successful US subsidiary less than a month after beginning insolvency proceedings, according to a statement released by the firm.