According to the Wall Street Journal, the Securities and Exchange Commission doubts SunEdison's claims that its $1.4 billion in cash is readily available, and is investigating how much cash the company had to hand in August when...
The Asian pv maker’s first year of results following the merger of Q Cells and SolarOne shows record shipments, low costs, high utilization rates and a return to a positive operating margin.
Data from the UN Environment Programme reveals $286 billion spent in renewable energy in 2015, outstripping investment in coal and gas significantly.
The Chinese polysilicon manufacturer managed to maintain its revenues and operating margins just marginally below the levels of 2014, in the face of falling polysilicon prices, while sequential gains show a positive transition in...
pv magazine has learned that construction will begin in 2016 on a new 50 MW solar PV plant at the Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, in Jordan. The project will use Yingli modules and ABB inverters, and is a further indication of...
The world’s largest polysilicon and wafer maker is also expanding its PV plant development and ownership business, and increased revenues from electricity sales.
The long slide of SunEdison’s finances may be nearing bankruptcy, with a financial intelligence firm reporting that the company is in debtor-in-possession talks.
Swiss manufacturing technology supplier Meyer Burger has registered rapidly filling order book and modest revenue growth in 2015. Despite the robust performance, the company still incurred a CHF55.9 million (US$61.7 million) loss...
U.S. production equipment supplier GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) has attracted US$80 million in new investment, bringing the company out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy. President and CEO David Keck says that it is a "new chapter for...
This will greatly increase Texas' installed solar capacity, as the beginning of a boom anticipated in the state over the next 15 years.
The seventh edition of the International Roadmap for Photovoltaics (ITRPV) has confirmed that PV producers are continuing to track the historic solar learning curve of 21%. A range of wafer, cell and module production...
The nation’s installed PV capacity reached 1.056 GW-AC, an increase of 43 MW over January.
Joint year-in-review report conducted by SEIA and GTM Research finds residential system prices fell to $3.50 per watt last year, but largest price declines recorded in utility fixed-tilt sector, where costs hit a low of $1.33/W.
JA Solar took advantage of the rise in the global solar market in 2015, with growth in revenue, sales and operating margin, which has encouraged the company to expand its manufacturing capacity through 2016.
Two reports are looking at policies to bring more solar to low- and middle-income U.S. residents, and the specific barriers that must be addressed
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