The European Commission has proposed its member states open talks on an investment agreement with China despite the ongoing anti-dumping investigations between both parties.
Germany’s Gehrlicher Solar AG has received €85 million in financing for another two years from an international group of banks led by BayernLB.
As the 2013 SNEC tradeshow closes its doors in Shanghai, uncertainty over the EU trade case and lack of cash flows remain major impediments to investment and innovation. New business opportunities in emerging markets are also...
The EU anti-dumping Committee today met in Brussels to discuss the EU Commission's plans to impose average provisional AD duties of 47% on Chinese PV imports on June 6, among other trade cases. The outcome of the consultation...
Henning Wicht, principal PV analyst at IHS Solar, talks to pv magazine about the possible effects average AD duties of 47% on Chinese PV imports will have on prices, investors' business models, Chinese manufacturers, EPC players;...
The European Commission’s plan to slap Chinese PV modules with punitive anti-dumping duties could lead to a 45% surge in the average pricing for Chinese-manufactured products, result in yield reductions on some solar projects to...
SunPower has issued guidance for the FY and Q2 2013. Overall, it expects a slight increase in revenue and gross margin compared to 2012, and increased photovoltaic production. It additionally issued details of its global power...
A total of 1,000 jobs are reportedly at risk at the German inverter manufacturer. SMA has not confirmed concrete figures, but it confessed that the board is evaluating such urgently needed measures.
Hanergy has acquired U.K. solar installation firm Engensa for an undisclosed sum. The China-based thin film photovoltaic cell and module manufacturer is looking to expand its presence in the country’s residential solar market.
The second day of the SNEC tradeshow drew to a close today in Shanghai with challenges of the Chinese photovoltaic market and its changing nature becoming clear. A foggy day greeted attendees and the opaque nature of the Chinese...
In the first three months of this year the Bosch subsidiary suffered an almost 60% decline in sales compared with 2012. EBIT loss even nearly doubled and increased to more than €16 million.
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.
The 2013 SNEC trade show has opened today with talk of escalating photovoltaic trade wars ever present and the intense price competition in the Chinese module market evident. Attendance figures are not available, however first...
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.
SolarCity announced today a loss of US$31 million in Q1 2013, as it increased its year-to-year customer base by 106%.
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