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Aside from traditional solar PV module manufacturing product warranties JA Solar in collaboration with Solar Insurance and Finance (Solarif) is offering customers solar project insurance.
India-based PV module manufacturer and project developer, Moser Baer Solar, has said shipments and sales to Japan have reached a new record in 2013.
China has slapped fresh duties on to imports of solar grade polysilicon produced in the US and South Korea, applicable for five years.
Bosch is to pay SolarWorld €130 million to take its German solar operations off its hands, according to a report.
France’s President Francois Hollande has called for an ‘Airbus’ style model of collaboration for the European solar industry.
China-based manufacturer ReneSola has supplied PV modules for construction company, Isolux Corsan’s 31.7MW UK project.
The first R&D project that took three years to complete as part of the German Photovoltaics Innovation Alliance has reported a world record for a PERC (Passivated Emitter and Rear Cell) solar module of 306 watts (60-cell format) and verified by TÜV Rheinland.
SolarWorld’s chairman and chief executive, Frank Asbeck, has sold five tranches of shares in the company in the last week, taking his shareholding to 19.72%, according to financial filings.
A bond issue and share offering is likely to net JinkoSolar more than US$200 million.
Hanwha SolarOne intends to partner with a Chinese state-owned utility and investment firm, HuiTianRan Investment Holding Group, to develop 700MW of PV projects in the country.
Japanese PV wholesaler, XSOL and Yingli Green have signed a PV module distribution agreement.
SolarWorld has received court approval for its ongoing restructuring process, the final administrative hurdle to its reorganisation.
US module manufacturer Suniva has secured a 1.1MW order from Mexico and hailed the potential opportunity for American firms south of the border.
Time is running out for the struggling solar module manufacturer aleo solar, with Bosch only providing financial support for its subsidiary through to the end of March 2014.
A long running saga between China Development Bank, LDK Solar and its EPC subsidiary in the US, SPI Solar, over withheld project finance agreements due to LDK Solar’s distressed financial situation has been resolved.