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Updated: Major renewable energy firm, SunEdison has said it would change its business strategy in light of current financial market conditions.
PV manufacturing equipment specialist Singulus Technologies said it would not meet previous revenue expectations for the year as potential orders within its Optical Disc business segment had not materialised.
Total corporate funding of solar rose in the third quarter of 2015 despite the recent hammering taken by solar stock prices in the equity markets.
Delaware-based limited liability company MMA Capital Management announced that its subsidiary, MMA Energy Capital, has closed a US$55 million financing facility with Conergy that will be utilised for the construction of its 36MW North Carolina solar portfolio.
Taiwan-based merchant solar cell producer Motech Industries has reported September sales 11% higher than in the previous month and a new recent record.
PV encapsulant producer STR Holdings has been de-listed from the NYSE, due to non-compliance with the US$15 million average global market capitalization requirement.
Solar energy is helping developing countries to make ambitious climate change pledges ahead of next month’s UN summit in Paris, the CEO of The Climate Group has told PV Tech.
Taiwan-based solar wafer producer Green Energy Technology (GET) has raised concerns that wafer capacity constraints in the sector could hamper downstream PV market growth in 2016.
Panasonic claims to have toppled a world record for module efficiency announced only days ago by SolarCity and will be demonstrating the new module at next week’s Solar Energy UK exhibition organised by PV Tech’s publisher, Solar Media.
The three-busbar solar cell patent infringement case brought by Kyocera against Hanwha Q CELLS has been settled out of court.
The cost of solar and wind power in comparison to fossil fuels has fallen this year according to detailed analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Major renewable energy firm, SunEdison is to officially cut its global workforce by 15%, according to an SEC filing.
Major renewable energy firm SunEdison is expected to reduce guidance on project completions for 2016, according to an investor note from Deutsche Bank analyst, Vishal Shah.
Major renewable energy firm, SunEdison is undertaking a round of redundancies as a result of its numerous acquisitions to reduce duplication and simplify its business structure.
Leading microinverter manufacturer Enphase Energy has appointed veteran Philips Electronics executive Peter van Berkel as its general manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).