The future of the ambitious, multi-billion dollar-project to generate renewable energy in the MENA region in order to supply Europe appears to be in doubt following the exit of major German partners.
The International Trade Commission has just revealed its 'affirmative' decision. Preliminary AD duties are now due to be decided upon next month.
The German developer has announced it will open general insolvency proceedings on March 1 after a brief flirtation with self-administered proceedings. The crisis started after problems in the UK and Italy.
The solar engineering company is seeing signs of recovery in the PV market as it focuses on the development of high-tech production equipment.
The international solar company has established a new partnership with Ege Trade just two months after its first foray into the Turkish solar market.
The White House argues that India's domestic content requirements not only hinder international cooperation on clean energy but also make solar energy more expensive for the country.
Module shipping expectations of 49 GW this year is driving demand, according to NPD Solarbuzz, which predicts the reduction in the amount of polysilicon needed per watt will continue but at a reduced rate.
The first meeting of the EC-funded CLINES project has been held in Aalborg. The €2m scheme will aim to foster smart energy efficiency technology innovation in the EU.
Cell and wafer manufacturers in Taiwan are reporting record figures. But the industry is reportedly concerned about moves by Chinese module makers to represent it in talks with the U.S. authorities.
President Barack Obama may soon have to referee the U.S. solar industry's ongoing rumble over Chinese PV imports and SolarWorld's zealous crusade against Beijing's proactive role.
In an exclusive interview, Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the U.S. Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), discusses the current state of solar in the United States.
The U.S. company and its local partners are planning an ambitious, $6 billion PV fab in Saudi Arabia that would cover the entire production line, from polysilicon to modules.
Thin-film manufacturer PTiP and Germany's Singulus have taken their first step in realizing an ambitious vision of creating a prosperous CIGS production industry in South Africa.
The U.S.-based power conversion firm will contract AEG Power Solutions GmbH to manufacture modules at its factory in Germany.
The German and Korean polysilicon manufacturers are enjoying strong business turnover in the wake of China's anti-dumping duties, says Bernreuter Research.
The European Commission says a clarification of rules of origin tightens import regulations for Chinese modules, preventing manufacturers from selling goods from third countries.
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