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PV installations up in 2013 as revenues fall

A solar installation in South Africa.

There were mixed messages in the latest solar white paper from market research company IHS iSuppli, with predictions that a rise in global installations in 2013 will go hand-in-hand with falling revenues.


Belectric EPC on 5.7 MW US scheme

The Lake County solar park.

German solar company Belectric performed EPC and will carry out operations and maintenance for a 5.7 MW photovoltaic installation at Lake County, Oregon.


SolarWorld seeks to refinance debt mountain

Solar World module production.

SolarWorld AG, Germany's leading solar panel producer and the manufacturer most active in petitioning the EU and U.S. authorities to bring anti-dumping duties against Chinese imports, is seeking to restructure its debt pile.


Hanwha Q.Cells supplies Davos solar rooftop

Hanwha solar modules.

Given the number of world leaders gathering to argue over topics such as the global economic malaise and whether Britain really wants to be in the EU or not, you might imagine enough hot air would be spouted annually at the World...


PV division obliterates Bosch Group's 2012 profits

Bosch.

The impact of plunging PV prices throughout 2012 has been graphically illustrated with the release of full-year figures by global technology giant Bosch.


JA Solar supplies VW's largest solar installation

Phoenix Solar.

Chinese module maker JA Solar has supplied 33,600 modules for the largest solar installation in the U.S. state of Tennessee.


Nuclear to play second fiddle to renewables in western Europe

A nuclear power station in the UK.

With the UK government under fire as opponents of its Energy Bill claim it is biased towards nuclear and gas at the expense of renewables, new research could make interesting reading for Tory Chancellor George Osborne.


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