Large, multi-GW projects from some of India's leading energy companies have been announced this week as the country reignites its passion for PV.
Despite suffering year-on-year financial losses in the first half (H1) of 2011, SolarWorld remains confident it will meet its full year guidance. The company, which recorded impressive sequential gains, cites the U.S. as a...
New research forecasts shrinking, and then flat solar revenues through to 2016, despite the fact installations are expected to grow 15.5 percent as new markets open up. Countries with attractive IRRs are also identified.
Germany-based Sunways has had a rough start to 2011, with both its second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) sales significantly declining. The company is remaining upbeat though, and expects to experience a better H2.
Isofotón is to build a 50 megawatt (MW) pilot photovoltaic plant in the Dominican Republic. The company additionally tells pv magazine that it intends to be "hugely" active in the country in the future.
Continuing with today's positive trend, centrotherm photovoltaics AG has announced a successful first half (1H) of 2011. The company attributes most of its success to its solar cell and module division.
Germany-based S.A.G. Solarstrom AG is the second company of the day to post positive first half (1H) 2011 financial results. Its project planning and plant construction business has been identified as main driver.
Aleo solar AG has joined forces with LCE (Low Carbon Exchange) and Tigo Energy, and signed a framework agreement with Alliance Homes, to install photovoltaics on 1,200 buildings across the U.K.
Bucking the negative trend, Manz AG has reported positive first half financial figures for 2011.
Solar inverter manufacturer Kaco new energy has invested €30 million in expanding its production capacity by four gigawatts (GW).
The first half of 2011 has been less than stellar for photovoltaics, but there are indicators that demand will be much stronger in the second half. All bets are off, however, if the European debt crisis can't be managed, or if...
In response to the current photovoltaic market conditions Q-Cells has said it will streamline its organizational structure and "permanently" reduce its German production capacity by 50 percent.
Lincoln Renewable Energy (LRE) has started construction on a 10 megawatt (MW) solar project in New Jersey, the U.S.
Work on one of Germany’s biggest photovoltaic parks is underway.
Following on the trend, Berlin company Solon has posted negative financial figures for the first half of 2011. Once again, the weak market, particularly in Germany, was cited as the causal factor.
LDK Solar and Datang International Power Generation are to install a 20 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic plant in China.
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