Symbior Energy aims to install 190 MW of photovoltaics in rural Thailand by 2014. A spokesperson for Armstrong additionally reveals more details of Symbior’s 30 MW partnership with Armstrong Asset Management.
Germany’s SMA Solar Technology reported a 47.6% drop in sales to €212.3 million in the first three months of the year as the company struggled with subsidy cuts in major markets, the still unresolved debt crisis and the...
The German photovoltaic company improved its net loss sequentially and increased shipments, despite sustained overcapacity and price declines.
When solar manufacturers update their financials at the moment it is rarely to bring good news and Trina Solar was no exception as it updated its Q1 performance today.
As a side event to the SNEC trade show that will begin tomorrow in Shanghai, metal paste supplier Heraeus has opened an expanded photovoltaics lab at its Chinese branch, the Heraeus Materials Technology Shanghai (HTMS). Despite a...
Armstrong Asset Management and Symbior Energy subsidiary Symbior Solar Siam have announced their intentions to develop 30 MW worth of photovoltaic projects in Thailand.
The smart meter market is burgeoning in China, according to market research company IHS iSuppli, but manufacturers are being hit by a price erosion similar to that which devastated solar panel makers last year.
The Korean conglomerate Hyundai Heavy Industries has withdrawn its shares from the joint venture Korean Advanced Materials, which manufactures polysilicon, according to a local media report. The sustained downturn in the...
Reflecting the manufacturing slowdown in the global PV market, U.S. solar group Spire Corporation has posted a 57% drop in its first quarter revenue to $3.2 million.
In further positive news for solar manufacturing, U.S. photovoltaic company Suniva has announced it will be expanding its module production capability.
In an ironic twist to the usual direction of the global solar module market, U.S. photovoltaic panel manufacturer Solaria has broken into the Chinese market – with the help of a low-cost product.
A loophole in the commissioning of solar projects under India's Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (NSM) which allowed developers to bypass domestic content requirements is set to be closed.
Solar module manufacturer Yingli Green Energy has cemented its relationship with the state-owned China Power Investment Corporation by signing a deal to supply 220 MW of its modules to the Chinese government-owned power company.
Although polysilicon manufacturer MEMC's first quarter results paint a picture familiar for companies with solar as part of their offering, the drag of photovoltaics on the balance sheet was not a severe as has been seen...
Swiss engineering conglomerate ABB has joined the race for a slice of the lucrative Japanese solar market by demonstrating its solar muscle with a PV installation on one of its factories in the country.
Choose between a digital and print subscription from pv magazine publisher Solarpraxis AG’s online shop!
Explore thousands of photovoltaic jobs to find your next job in the industry.
Keep your finger firmly on the photovoltaic pulse: sign up for our daily newsletter!
Opinion & analysis
"India attempts to deflect domestic content showdown": Read our new guest article on India's new solar policies from NPD Solarbuzz.
Want to publish your press releases for free? Simply log in or register, enter the information you want to appear and we'll publish it for you!