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Hanplast, a high-precision plastic mouldings engineering firm based in Poland is the first company to deploy Meyer Burger’s ‘SmartWire’ interconnect technology in a PV module assembly plant.
Hanergy Global Solar Power & Applications Group, a subsidiary of Hanergy Solar Group Limited, has signed a strategic partnership framework with Sojitz Machinery Corporation – one of the largest trading corporations in Japan.
Solar deployment needs to increase 12 times over by 2030 to avoid “climate catastrophe”, a report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has warned.
India’s domestic solar manufacturing sector will collapse by the end of the year unless the government adopts the recommended anti-dumping duties, according to the CEO of Tata Power Solar.
The first vertically integrated PV manufacturer in the MENA region, Qatar Solar Energy (QSE), has officially opened a 300MW PV module production plant, located in a Doha industrial zone, Qatar.
Japanese thin-film company, Solar Frontier, has plans to enter the UK market, although an official announcement is some way off, according to the company’s senior vice president, Atsuhiko Hirano.
US trade duties will have a greater impact on American solar jobs and US-based customers than it will on JinkoSolar, the company’s chairman has said.
Accusations that Trina Solar has breached the EU trade agreement are “false and ridiculous”, according to an executive at the company.
REC Group and clean energy provider SolarCity have reached a supply deal under which SolarCity will purchase a minimum of 100MW and a maximum of 240MW of REC’s Peak Energy solar panels over a 12-month period beginning in Q4 2014.
Chinese solar companies are violating a settlement between the European Commission and Chinese government by selling products in the EU below a minimum agreed price, it has been alleged.
The latest US solar trade duty on Chinese products threatens to undermine President Obama’s recent climate action, according to a lawyer representing the manufacturers from China.
Module and cell manufacturer China Sunergy (CSun) has signed an agreement with KosiFrankensolar to build 50MW of PV projects in Turkey.
The cost of PV in the US will not be driven higher by the preliminary anti-subsidy duties announced on Tuesday, according to Milan Nitzschke vice-president SolarWorld, the petitioner in the case.
The Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21 Century (REN21) released its annual Renewables Global Status Report (GSR) on Wednesday, announcing good news for the renewable energy market.
Suntech is in talks with a number of companies over the possibility of acquiring a diverse range of companies from system integrators to finance and insurance providers.