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Solar analyst Bridge to India’s managing director, Tobias Engelmeier, has warned anti-dumping duties will halt India’s solar industry for up to two years.
Tier-one PV manufacturer, ReneSola, continues to expand its module manufacturing outsourcing strategy and shift its focus to related PV products and residential markets as it moves away from competitor strategies.
First Solar will demonstrate its AC Power Block and Series 4 thin-film modules at Intersolar Europe this year.
Tambo Real II, a 2MW PV project comprised of more than 8,500 Trina Solar PC05 panels, has been completed. The plant, located in Vicuna, Chile, was financed, developed and installed by Chilean energy company Kaltemp.
US-based PV energy provider, SunEdison, has launched a new high-efficiency module under its Silvantis brand.
More than one-third of residential solar installs in the US in Q1 2014 were done so without any state incentives, according to the latest quarterly Solar Market Insight report by GTM Research.
Indian module manufacturer Tata Solar is to expand its module manufacturing facility in Bangalore from 125MW to 200MW citing potential new anti-dumping duties as one reason behind its decision.
US electricity and natural gas supplier, Xcel Energy has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with solar panel manufacturer and project developer SunPower.
Module manufacturer and project developer, Canadian Solar, has been selected to power the first PV farm in South Carolina.
US solar developer, First Solar has sold its 250MW Silver State South solar power plant.
Module manufacturer JinkoSolar has announced its fourth consecutive profit in its Q1 2014 results.
The threat of solar trade tariffs could derail projects in India, according US thin-film manufacturer First Solar.
Major monocrystalline wafer producer, LONGi Silicon Materials is entering the PV module market to demonstrate and promote the significant cost reductions achieved in monocrytalline wafer production and highlight the performance and life-time yield superiority of monocrystalline products over multicrystalline.
India has published definitive anti-dumping duties on US, Chinese and Malaysian solar manufacturers.
Non-silicon mono wafer costs are plummeting and could challenge the predominance of monocrystalline silicon wafers, according to the head of a leading Chinese wafer producer.