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Demand for monocrystalline solar cells demand is increasing as PV rooftop markets switch to self-consumption, according to EnergyTrend, a research division of TrendForce.
Beleaguered PV equipment supplier, centrotherm photovoltaics, has given a cryptic account of deterioration in revenue expectations over the next two years, having recently reviewed its order backlog.
The Renewable Energy Company ASA has announced the results of its public share offering for its new division, REC Solar.
SolarCity’s stock and convertible note offering has closed with the company raising US$396.6 million.
At Solar Power International 2013, 3M Renewable Energy is debuting its latest backside busbar tape, ‘4706’ which allows manufacturers to eliminate silver-based backside busbars, enabling cost savings and protecting against the volatility of silver prices.
Suntech Power Holdings is introducing a higher voltage PV module, engineered for utility-scale and commercial applications in the US at Solar Power International 2013.
Three senior board members of struggling Chinese PV manufacturer China Solar Energy Holdings have been detained by Chinese authorities following allegations of fraud.
Chinese module manufacturer, Jinko Solar, signed a strategic agreement last week to build what is said will be China’s largest distributed PV plant.
SunPower has said that its E20/327 solar modules have passed potential induced degradation (PID) testing at PV Evolution Labs.
Panasonic Eco Solutions North America is displaying its new ‘HIT Double’ bifacial solar panel ‘VBHN225DA02’ at Solar Power International 2013.
Turnkey Chinese solar company, ET Solar, is supplying 13MW of its 300W solar modules to Strata Solar, for two 6.5MW solar farms in North Carolina.
Struggling PV systems supplier, CENTROSOLAR, is seeking creditor protection via the Local Court of Hamburg.
The turnaround at Q CELLS after its acquisition via receivers by South Korea’s Hanwha Group is said to be ongoing after its official first year of operations.
The Indian government has signed off the first 750MW batch of tenders under the second phase of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission with a softening of domestic content rules.
Module manufacturer and PV service provider, Canadian Solar, has begun work on a 130MW solar farm in Ontario.