- Industry Roundup
- Fab & Facilities
- Cell Processing
- Thin Film
- PV Modules
- Power Generation
Having lost its line of credit from its banks, Germany-based PV supplier Sunways, majority-owned by struggling Chinese manufacturer LDK Solar, has been forced into insolvency proceedings.
Global PV manufacturer Yingli Green Energy’s Chinese subsidiary has won a bid to supply 220MW of its multicrystalline modules to China Power Investment (CPI) Corporation.
PV-Tech can confirm the European Commission is planning to impose between 37.2% and 67.9% tariffs on Chinese solar module manufacturers.
Suntech Power Holdings said in a brief SEC filing that the chief human resources officer Hongkuan Jiang had resigned from the company.
Australia’s competition and consumer watchdog is to prosecute two companies trading under the names of Euro Solar and Australian Solar Panel for allegedly misleading claims about the provenance of their solar products.
Hanwha SolarOne, a PV equipment provider and part of Hanwha Group, has delivered 3MW worth of PV modules for installations at a project owned by the German city of Offenbach.
KDC Solar has completed the construction of a solar plant at New Jersey Media Group’s (NJMG) printing facility in Rockaway, New Jersey.
The Singapore subsidiary of German EPC, Phoenix Solar, has won the contract to engineer 36MW of new solar power capacity in Thailand.
European Union trade commissioner Karel De Gucht is to offer support to EU ProSun’s complaint against Chinese module manufacturers by imposing trade duties on solar imports from China, according to various media reports.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) has rejected Canada’s appeal and upheld the its own ruling that Ontario’s domestic content policy violates global trade rules.
German manufacturer SMA is to supply 114 of its Sunny Central 900CP XT inverters to what is said to be Europe’s largest thin-film PV power plant in Templin in Brandenburg, Germany.
South African EPC constructor Soventix has been contracted to build what is said to be one of the largest roof-mounted PV plants in South Africa.
Specialist encapsulant supplier STR Holdings continued to see sales slump in the first quarter of 2013, despite many module manufacturers raising production utilization rates on improved demand.
PV energy provider (PVEP), Canadian Solar expects module shipments in the first quarter of 2013 to be much higher than previously guided.
PV energy provider (PVEP) SunPower has revealed that demand exceeded its ability to supply product and services in the first quarter of this year.