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The troubled German solar company announced today the results of yesterday's extraordinary AGM meeting, revealing it will trade as AS Abwicklung und Solar-Service AG from April 30.
The Chinese solar company has completed two PV projects in the province of Jiangsu, China.
While still posting losses, the Norwegian company appears to have reversed its declines. Despite a challenging market, the company warily predicts that things will get better.
The European Union has reportedly approved provisional duties, introduced in November last year, ranging from 17.1% to 42.1% on Chinese imports of solar glass for the next five years.
UN analysis finds total shift away from fossil fuels will have minimal impact on economic growth while averting feared 2C temperature increase by 2050.
The future of the ambitious, multi-billion dollar-project to generate renewable energy in the MENA region in order to supply Europe appears to be in doubt following the exit of major German partners.
Trina Solar and Yingli have both revised their predictions for Q1 2014. The newer figures show heavier decreases than forecast.
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