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Chinese manufacturer, ReneSola, is to supply 22MW of its modules to two solar projects in the UK.
India’s Minister of State for Commerce and Industry has proposed anti-dumping duties charged to foreign solar imports could be reimbursed to developers.
Leading US installer SolarCity has revealed more details of its cost cutting plans in the run up to the reduction in the Investment Tax Credit from 30 to 10% in 2017.
SunEdison posted a US$0.12 earnings per share (EPS) profit in the second quarter of 2014 as the company’s projects business enjoyed strong growth.
India’s railway minister, Shri Manoj Sinha, has revealed that 8.8MW of solar is to be installed at railway sites across the country.
Preliminary trade duties imposed by the US on Chinese and Taiwanese solar products have forced the price of Chinese modules in the US up by an average 9%, according to GTM Research.
Germany headquartered Hanwha Q CELLS has revealed plans to expand production capacity to over 1.5GW by the end of the year.
Solarworld should trade litigation for negotiation and provide more details of what it wants from a trade settlement with Chinese manufacturers, the US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has said.
The US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has expressed surprise after being publicly criticised by Solarworld for its response to the ongoing US-China solar trade spat.
US thin-film manufacturer, First Solar is to build a 45MW solar power plant in the state of Telangana, India.
First Solar announced lower than expected revenue and profit for Q2 on the back of project delays. The company also revealed a decision on a yield co would be made before Q3 results were announced.
Solar Frontier has announced its second quarter financial results, reporting a year-on-year improvement in ordinary profit and reduction in production costs, while parent company Showa Shell has approved a plan for the two entities to split.
Solar project costs would inflate by as much as 75% if anti-dumping duties are introduced, according to the Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM).
Jinko Solar is on the brink of opening a 120MW PV module factory in Cape Town, according to South Africa’s minister for trade and industry Rob Davies.
Singyes Solar and GCL New Energy have signed a cooperation agreement that will see at least 500MW projects in 2015 alone.