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A deal that would see Conergy’s sales operations sold and split from its PV module and mounting systems manufacturing operations has been signed between US-based financial investor, Kawa Capital Management, Conergy and the preliminary insolvency administrator of Conergy.
Beleaguered SolarWorld reported preliminary first-half year results of €201 million, just €89 million for the second quarter of 2013, down from €112 million in the previous quarter.
ReneSola has obtained Underwriters Laboratories (UL) certification for the booming Japanese solar market.
Aside from Renewable Energy Corporation’s (REC) announced split of its polysilicon and module manufacturing operations, the company also posted a positive EBITDA due to rising ASPs and running its Singapore-based PV module plant at full capacity.
Spanish solar manufacturer Cel Celis has opened insolvency proceedings at the commercial court of Leon, in northern Spain, amid reports that the company is in €30 million ($39.3 million) of debt.
Renewable Energy Corporation ASA (REC) said it plans to split polysilicon and module production operations into two separate companies, ending its fully-integrated business model.
Gehrlicher Solar America has held a groundbreaking ceremony for a 3MW PV power plant being built at a landfill site near the town of Scituate, Massachusetts.
Dealing with the chronic lack of capital expenditure in the PV industry, Japan-based PV equipment supplier, NPC Group has turned to the contract module assembly business in order to stem two years of losses.
An auction to sell the assets of bankrupt US-based PV module manufacturer, Bluechip Energy, also known as Advanced Solar Photonics has taken place, marking the end to the company’s operations.
Chinese tier one PV manufacturer, ReneSola has significantly revised upwards its sales and shipment guidance for the second quarter of 2013.
Chinese manufacturer ReneSola has secured a deal to provide 32MW of its modules for a series of PV projects in Japan.
The global solar PV market will be worth US$134 billion by 2020, according to a new report by Navigant Research.
ReneSola has announced a 12MW PV module deal with Japan’s Silicon Bank and hinted at the possibility of a further 20MW of sales in the near future.
The majority of Yingli Green’s PV modules have achieved Japan’s JET certification, enabling the module manufacturer to supply its multi- and monocrystalline products to the commercial market in the country.
Solarbridge has teamed up its microinverters with Hareon modules to bring ACPV technology to international markets.