Greentech Media's solar conference in San Diego, California, examines the latest financial, technological and political devleopments in the fast-growing U.S. market.
Following creditor approval of Shungfeng's $493 million takeover of Wuxi Suntech, parent group Suntech Power is sprucing up the insolvent unit with additional assets from Japan and Singapore.
The 2nd International Sustainable Energy Forum (REF-2013), one of the major events in the field of renewable energy, energy efficiency and smart grid in Russia and the CIS, is taking place in Moscow Nov. 12-13.
UPDATE: India's Ministry of New and Renewable Energy hopes to build five "ultra-mega renewable parks," which could generate up to 18 GW in the next 10 years.
Lower shipments resulted in a slight drop in revenue and a major increase in net loss for the Chinese PV manufacturer despite further expanding its global footprint and increasing business in Japan, China and the U.S.
Due to ongoing restructuring within SolarWorld AG, group revenue reached just €345.6 million in Q3, despite a 57% increase in trade shipments.
With liabilities of HK$236 million ($30.4 million), the Taiwanese company has negotiated an agreement with bondholders but must still convince shareholders.
The OPA will allocate FIT payments for up to 123.5 MW of small solar projects plus 15 MW for planned arrays on yet to be constructed buildings. The procurement rules for larger projects are still being formulated.
Polysilicon and wafer manufacturer GCL-Poly has nothing but rises to report to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The figures include a 511% increase in third-quarter polysilicon sales, year on year.
Some 170 exhibitors and 8,500 visitors are expected to attend this year's exhibition. The conference, which will see 700 visitors, is highlighting the development of India's solar mission and state programs.
A newspaper report has named Apple as the purchaser of First Solar's Arizona module manufacturing facility. The plant never started module production and features the state's largest rooftop solar array.
Decision by the authorities in the Carribean tax haven means work can start in winding up the international shell company. Complications with the proposed liquidation could obstruct Jiangsu Shunfeng's acquisition of Wuxi...
REC panels will power a 2.15 MW installation at Cedarville University. The array will provide 10% of the university's energy needs.
The $120 million project to develop the next generation of energy storage batteries is looking across the Atlantic for assistance. A roundtable at the US embassy in Berlin sought to tap into German expertise.
Rise in consumer electronics sales cannot mask R&D contract losses for CIGS manufacturer Ascent. The Colorado-based thin film maker has announced plans for a manufacturing facility in Suqian, China.
Taiwanese cell maker Neo Solar has returned to profit after completing its merger with Delsolar in May. October saw the company's best revenues since March 2011.
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