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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.
SolarWorld is close to securing financial backing from a Qatari investor, its CEO Frank Asbeck has confirmed.
Switzerland’s ABB has received a $25 million order to provide electrical and control systems for one of the world’s largest PV power plants with a single-axis tracking system.
Citing improved margins against very tight capital expenditure control, PV module manufacturers are increasingly outsourcing part of their production needs, benefiting the likes of Flextronics, Jabil Circuits and JA Solar, according to a new report from IHS.
The top 20 solar PV module suppliers accounted for almost 70% of global PV shipments in Q1 2013, according to the latest NPD Solarbuzz Module Tracker Quarterly report.
The supplier base for PV inverters continued to fragment in 2012, with the market share of the world’s 10 largest suppliers falling by 6%, according to a report by IMS Research.
Yingli Solar has been crowned as the top module producer for the first time as well as the top cell manufacturer in 2012, according to rankings compiled by GTM Research.
Suntech Power Holdings has released preliminary fourth quarter and full-year 2012 financial results which indicate that the struggling PV manufacturer continued to generate losses last year.
Nine solar and renewable energy trade associations from across Europe have joined forces to call on the European Commission to stop its anti-subsidy and anti-dumping investigations against Chinese solar manufacturers.
SolarWorld has secured agreements with the majority of banks and creditors to undertake a massive debt-to-equity swap.
Struggling SolarWorld has issued a few key preliminary consolidated financial figures, before disclosing full-year unaudited results.
Chinese manufacturer ReneSola’s 125-square monocrystalline module has been approved for use in the Japanese solar market.