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The Indian government has revealed the financial bid results for its auction for 750MW of solar energy, with US firm First Solar looking likely to miss out, according to analysts.
Indian PV module manufacturer Vikram Solar has been given tier one status.
Shunfeng Photovoltaic has confirmed that the acquisition of Wuxi Suntech will not be completed in line with its original timeline.
A victory for SolarWorld in its latest trade case in the US would devastate the industry and force tens of thousands of people out of work, according to SunEdison CEO Ahmad Chatila.
Chinese tier one manufacturer ReneSola will open a manufacturing base in Japan, in partnership with electronics trading company Vitec.
Beleaguered PV manufacturer, SolarWorld, has provided an insight into its recovery plan after the financial restructuring of the company is complete, expected by the end of February 2014.
Major PV energy provider SunPower has guided capital expenditure (capex) plans for 2014 that are nearly double spending in 2013.
Three solar tracking sites in Lancaster, Los Angeles County, California are now producing power.
Module manufacturer Hanwha SolarOne has raised US$21 million from a share issue.
PV producers in Europe face significant changes to the way they handle waste solar modules after an EU-wide change of disposal rules came into effect last week.
New Zealand’s Green Party has announced a new residential solar loan programme as part of its energy policy.
Taiwan-based integrated PV manufacturer, Motech Industries posted NT$2,078 million (US$68.7 million) in revenue for January, 2014 a 95% increase over the same period a year ago.
Italian solar manufacturer Waris has announced that it will double the production capacity of its manufacturing facility in Condino, following the signing of an agreement with distributor Solarmarkt Deutschland.
Leading CIS thin-film PV module manufacturer, Solar Frontier reported its first annual profit in 2013, fuelled by the boom in the Japanese market.
The Dutch PV distributor and installer Sunconnex has filed for insolvency, according to papers lodged with a court in Amsterdam last week.