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Yingli Green and Trina Solar extended their share of the global PV module market to 15% in the fourth quarter of 2013, according to the latest report from analysts NPD Solarbuzz.
Canadian Solar has been selected to power four photovoltaic (PV) plants by Belectric with a total capacity of 7.8MW in San Bernardino County, California.
New figures highlight the contrasting fortunes of the solar energy sector in Germany and the US.
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.
Trina Solar’s ‘Trinasmart’ PV module using Tigo Energy’s optimizer technology has been deployed for the first time in the US.
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has agreed to SolarWorld Industries Americas request to investigate anti-dumping (AD) and anti-subsidy ‘loop-hole’ claims over imported PV products including solar cells used in Chinese modules supplied from Taiwan.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) has said that preliminary estimates indicate that the PV industry end demand reached as high as 39GW in 2013, up 28% from 2012 and driven by massive growth in China, Japan and the US in particular.
Chinese PV manufacturer, ReneSola has announced the opening of a new office in Cape Town, South Africa.
Sharp Corporation is planning to stop PV module assembly production at its plant in Memphis, Tennessee by the end of March 2014, according to reports citing company officials.
The current darling of the US investment community related to the PV industry, JinkoSolar has accumulated at total of US$272.1 million in its latest round of ADS share offerings.
Silicon (a-Si) thin-film manufacturer, Masdar PV is to supply the modules for a 6MW IRENA/ADFD funded project in Sierra Leone.
US-based investment bank, ROTH Capital Partners cleantech analysts have raised their 2014 market forecast for the PV industry.
Major solar manufacturer, Canadian Solar, has received a 91% efficiency PV US test condition (PTC) rating for two of its modules.
Leading PV manufacturer Yingli Solar has received government approval to build solar projects in overseas markets.
JA Solar and Powerway have formed a joint venture to establish a PV module assembly plant in Port Elizabeth, South Africa with an initial nameplate capacity of 150MW.