The successful placement of the bonds is expected to help the company, which saw net losses grow 9% in the first half of the year. Money from the issue will go to capital requirements and investments in demo equipment.
Thomas Lloyd Cleantech Congress: Southeast Asian countries like the Philippines are driving investment in green energy by reducing imported fossil fuel dependency and increasingly adopting renewable sources.
Today's announcement by the DECC to back community-focused energy has been welcomed by the Solar Trade Association (STA).
The 40 MW project planned by Utico could triple in size if it can be connected to the UAE grid, says developer. The project will also power a desalination plant in the emirate of Ras al Khaimah.
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce has reportedly issued a strongly worded riposte to the U.S. over its latest anti-dumping and countervailing duty probes. China has also issued a veiled warning to EU manufacturers.
Industry source says defining module origins according to their cell manufacture renders the summer's import cap meaningless. According to source, the remaining purely 'Chinese' modules will be far short of 7 GW.
The U.S. thin-film giant is looking to expand operations in the international mining industry, offering cost-effective tailor-made PV solutions while retaining the risk.
Reports from the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) in Abu Dhabi suggest that MENA's PV potential is vast, provided legal, political and technical maturity continues apace.
A promise to remove trade barriers on solar goods by politicians at Davos is a world away from the latest solar trade war between the power blocs which erupted overnight.
The Hefei-based inverter maker played a key role in setting the latest Chinese inverter standards. The new requirements will apply from August onwards.
The Japanese electronic giant will close its U.S. panel production a month after manufacturing halts in Wales. The move is in line with the parent company's strategy of focusing on domestic and Asian markets.
Lift-off for the 11.6 MW PV plant at Japan's Kansai International Airport was confirmed today by Solar Frontier.
News of a ban on the big four accountants auditing U.S.-listed Chinese solar companies is more grim news for manufacturers. The development came on the day the SEC confirmed its latest AD and CVD probes.
The U.S. subsidiary of Portugal's Martifer Solar has sought creditor protection on the basis that it has sufficient assets to meet third-party obligations.
The Chinese group's CEO, Li Hejun, met with Ivory Coast President Alassane Outtara to discuss a $500 million solar project.
Germany's Fraunhofer ISE will work with Saudi Arabia's renewable and nuclear energy agency K.A.CARE on research and development in areas such as PV technology, energy storage and grid integration.
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