The analyst's new white paper looks ahead to next year, forecasting a PV recovery fueled by increased capital spending and module price stability.
The Juno Beach-based energy company has replaced a $500 million credit line for one of its renewables subsidiaries that expired last week. Another NextEra business has issued $297.5 million of notes to finance a 147 MW wind farm...
The Belgian developer partnered with Martifer Solar and Cofely Solar Technics on the large-scale commercial rooftop installations in Brussels.
German plant developer Belectric has formed an EPC alliance with thin-film manufacturer Solar Frontier and engineering and construction firm Shoseki to exploit opportunities in Japan.
The poly-manufacturer-turned-solar-developer has amended the terms of a contract to buy solar wafer manufacturing equipment. A claim had been lodged over an alleged breach of the $232 million agreement.
The two subsidiaries were unprofitable and missed sales targets, said the company. A recent purchase of some of parent group Bosch's solar operations left aleo in the cold.
Polysilicon manufacturer Goldpoly New Energy Holdings will rename itself the United Photovoltaics Group. The company's Zhongli Changzhou subsidiary acquired a 45% stake in three Chinese plants at the weekend.
The Chinese module manufacturer supplied 15 MW of modules for the Longyangxia Dam project, and has expressed its congratulations on its successful grid connection.
After weeks of contract uncertainty and cash flow shortfalls, the struggling solar supplier has today filed for insolvency, and will be unable to make its impending corporate bond interest payment.
The world's largest power utility joins the Desertec Industrial Initiative via its subsidiary, China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI).
The Chinese company, which will continue to supply Conergy with modules, says the "made in Germany" label offers quality and security for its long-term investment.
The funds will be invested in five PV and CSP solar projects in order to strengthen the country's domestic solar manufacturing and speed-up commercialization of new technology.
Constant pan-European meddling at government level has undermined many European PV markets, says the report, harming confidence and putting government credibility at risk.
German law firm Rödl & Partner has pointed out importers will be liable to pay duties on any Chinese-made mislabelled solar products. The warning follows last week's definitive EU verdict.
Chinese module maker Trina welcomes the EU anti dumping and anti subsidy decision. Trina is one of the signatories to the deal thrashed out by Karel de Gucht.
A newswire story reporting the development quotes an Heraeus VP talking of Singapore's 'lean management' benefits. The report claims Heraeus' Hanau unit will focus on technical service and operations.
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