Interviews

Features, Interviews
December 12, 2013
By John Parnell
In an exclusive interview with PV Tech, Shunfeng’s executive chairman Zhang Yi talks about the company’s plans for Wuxi Suntech, its quest to drive new technology improvements, the scale of its multi-gigawatt power plant aspirations and possible expansion into other renewable energy markets.
Features, Interviews
December 9, 2013
By Mark Osborne
As global PV demand gathers a new head of steam, brand-name equipment manufacturers are increasingly outsourcing production. Neo Solar Power's president Andy Shen tells Mark Osborne how his company is taking advantage of this trend.
Features, Interviews
November 21, 2013
By Lucy Woods
The net-metering row has reached fever pitch in parts of the US in recent weeks. Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) chief Julia Hamm tells PV Tech what her organisation is doing to find common ground between the utilities and the solar sector.
Features, Interviews
November 6, 2013
By John Parnell
SolarCity quietly announced a US$54 million financing offer this week, but the securitisation of solar assets could mean lower costs and open new markets across the US. PV Tech spoke to Shayle Kann of GTM Research to find out how.
Features, Interviews
October 28, 2013
By Felicity Carus
As head of the US Department of Energy's solar programme, one of Minh Le's tasks is to drive down the cost of solar. Talking exclusively to Felicity Carus, he explains how a target of US$1/W will be achieved and why he believes solar is a crucial future energy source for the US.
Features, Interviews
July 29, 2013
By John Parnell
As the EU and China announce they have settled their long-running solar trade dispute, details are still hazy and many more questions remain. PV-Tech put some of those questions to Finlay Colville, vice president of the industry analyst firm NPD Solarbuzz.
Features, Interviews
July 29, 2013
By Felicity Carus
He predicts two more years of brutal consolidation and ongoing strife for utilities, yet Stefan Heck, director at McKinsey remains optomistic about the future of the solar industry.
Features, Interviews
July 16, 2013
By Lucy Woods
Phoenix Solar, the US subsidiary of Phoenix Solar AG from Germany, recently announced the largest PV installation to date in its 14-year history, in the US state of Georgia, after previously announcing its intention to restructure away from European markets and expand into the US and Asia. Lucy Woods caught up with Murray Cameron, founding member and CEO of Phoenix Solar’s US subsidiary, to ask how Phoenix has gone about conquering the US market.
Features, Interviews
July 9, 2013
By Mark Osborne
Only around 18 months ago media reports were claiming that Hyundai Heavy Industries’ (HHI) foray into the solar PV market was over. But despite the highly competitive market place that has generated an extended period of consolidation, bankruptcies and market exits, HHI is focused on growing its market presence.
Features, Interviews
June 28, 2013
By Ben Willis
Vienna-based Activ Solar is a PV manufacturer and international developer of utility-scale power stations. Speaking to Ben Willis at Intersolar Europe 2013, chief executive Kaveh Ertefai reveals how the company is keeping ahead in an increasingly competitive global market.

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