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Trina Solar, one of the last major tier one module manufacturers to embrace the downstream project business model, is planning to have 30% of annual revenue attributed to PV power plant projects in the next three years.
Solar manufacturer, ET Solar, is supplying modules to a 21MW solar project in North Carolina.
Spectrolab has set a new solar cell efficiency world record for a non-concentrated solar cell of 38.8% and in doing so has beaten the company’s own previous record of 37.8%, set in April.
Clean energy consultancy, Mercom Capital Group, has predicted that domestic content requirements in the next phase of India’s national solar programme could lead to trade disputes.
Suntech Power has said it intends to appeal a decision by NYSE Regulation, the oversight body of the New York Stock Exchange, to delist the company’s American Depository Shares.
JinkoSolar has said it will expand module capacity to at least 2GW in 2014, due to solar modules sales being virtually fully booked through the first half of the year.
China’s largest polysilicon and solar wafer producer, GCL-Poly, has agreed a US$200 million bond sale to an Asian investment fund.
The “start of a ‘new’ Conergy” has been heralded by the company as Kawa Capital Management finalised its acquisition of the global Conergy sales and service units.
China-based PV manufacturer ReneSola has won a 53.5MWp module order for PV projects in Texas being developed by OCI Solar Power.
US-based PV manufacturer and plant developer, First Solar, has comfortably held on to the top position of solar project tracker website Wiki-Solar’s table of leading utility-scale solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies.
A Wuxi court has approved Shunfeng Photovoltiac International’s purchase of Suntech Power’s manufacturing arm, taking the protracted saga closer to conclusion.
Photovoltaic (PV) prices are set to increase by 9% in 2014, according to a new report produced by GTM Research.
Chinese solar manufacturer JA Solar has announced that it has shipped 30MW of modules to British Solar Renewables.
The German arm of Nanosolar, the US based thin-film company which closed in July this year, was relaunched at the beginning of November as Smartenergy Renewables Deutschland.
Canadian Solar has announced a return to profitability, with its project business and new markets leading the way.