Taiwanese solar cell producer, Solartech Energy Corp reported a rebound in revenue for August, 2014.
The multicrystalline solar cell producer had been impacted by the US anti-dumping case with sales significantly down in June and July. However, sales in August rebounded to NT$692 million (US$23.1 million), an increase of 19.84% over the previous month.
Sales had been climbing since the start of 2013, reaching a peak of NT$931 million (US$31.1 million) in May, 2014. The company had been running at full capacity since March, 2014. The company is beleived to have a nameplate capacity of around 800MW.
EnergyTrend said that Taiwanese producers had received rush orders in August, despite weak demand from Chinese customers. Demand for high-performance solar cells in Japan and to a lesser extend Europe could be behind the rebound in sales after the US anti-dumping rulings.