Crippling debts and absentee chairmen hogged the headlines coming out of China this week but amid the madness, there was good news out of the US and the Middle East.
Under a new partnership, Germany-based Conergy will purchase inverters from Sungrow for its global commercial and utility-scale solar pipeline. The first joint project will see a 5 MW PV system installed in the U.K.
The U.S. thin film company signs joint venture with OrionGroup for the realization of commercial and industrial self generation solar projects in the Philippines.
Company's Tempress Systems subsidiary has received order for its next-gen solar diffusion systems from a leading Chinese solar cell and module manufacturer.
Chinese solar giant states that it is "optimistic" and "confident" about its ability to continue servicing the global market, following recent reports to the contrary. Company announces keenly awaited conference call.
The U.S. subsidiary of the Austrian inverter supplier has begun production at a $1.5 million manufacturing and testing facility in the state of Indiana.
Legislation put forward by Rep. Mike Thompson to extend the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) by five years earns support of the Solar Energy Industries Association.
The Japanese inverter company achieved orders of almost 3 GW last year, with a further 2.5 GW in shipments as its overseas fabs hit full-scale operation.
Chinese inverter specialist reveals strong growth in international markets, shipping 230 MW overseas, posts overall Q1 revenue of $117.7 million.
Hanergy Thin Film Power has seen 47% wiped off its share price, after the company chairman and major shareholder Li Hejun did not attend the company's AGM. The Financial Times reports that trading on Hanergy TF shares was halted...
Georgia Power has announced the start of construction work on three 30 MW PV projects at army bases throughout Georgia. They are scheduled for grid connection by the end of 2016.
SEIA forecasts 25-50% market growth in all U.S. solar sectors by 2016. Analyzing the industry from 2004 to 2014, the association finds "huge" growth rates in the employment and investment sectors, in addition to solar deployment....
Canadian Solar Inc. has secured a US$44 million non-recourse construction loan facility for its 10 MW utility-scale PV plant, located in Ontario.
Meyer Burger has received an order for its MAiA 2.1 system platform from an existing, unidentified Asian customer. Total annual output of the solar cell production equipment will be around 2.5 GW.
Yingli’s SEC filing on late Friday that its “substantial indebtedness” is threatening its financial position surprised few, but its candor certainly augurs badly for the solar giant. GTM Research's Jade Jones spoke to pv magazine...
The leading solar manufacturer issues SEC filing in which it raises specter of inability to meet its outstanding obligations, which currently stand at more than $1.6bn.
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