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A cash injection from Qatar Solar Technologies and bondholder settlements on some of its debts would seem to have pulled SolarWorld from the brink of bankruptcy.
Having guided higher wafer shipments for the second quarter of 2013 due to customer adoption of its M2 multicrystalline wafers, LDK Solar is launching its next generation M3 power wafer at Intersolar Europe this week.
Having set a record CIGS module conversion efficiency record at the beginning of the year, TSMC Solar has announced a new champion record of 15.7%.
German and EU-based module manufacturers are not expected to benefit from the EU anti-dumping duties against Chinese rivals due simply to the market declining as a result, according to S.A.G. Solarstrom CEO, Karl Kuhlmann.
Suntech Power Holdings claims to have sourced PV module components outside China to avoid anti-dumping duties imposed on the company by the European Commission of 48.6%.
Reduced German feed-in tariffs and rising module prices due to the impact of the EU anti-dumping investigation and preliminary duties mean the free-field PV project business in Germany is dead, according to major project developer, juwi.
Photovoltaics and semiconductor specialist materials provider Voltaix is be acquired by Air Liquide for an undisclosed sum.
Martifer Solar has extended its services for its global customer base by integrating over 250 PV power plants into a new ‘Energy Portal’ to facilitate monitoring, service and maintenance operations for customers.
Targeting PV power plant owners and investors, Fraunhofer ISE is offering a PV module energy rating analysis using real environmental effects to provide greater accuracy on energy yield of PV power plants and commercial installations around the world.
Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI) has approved two standards submitted by manufacturer Trina Solar aimed at ensuring greater consistency across the PV industry.