The 2013 Intersolar Europe trade show opened its doors in Munich on Wednesday with fewer exhibitors and visitors expected for the three-day event.
Goetz Fischbeck, executive director of Equity Research at Bankhaus Lampe, discusses First Solar's capital increase, the company's strategy and potential growth possibilites, particularly in China.
The first licensing round for PV projects larger than 1 MW in Turkey has been exceeded by almost 15 times. Nearly 500 applications with a total 8.9 GW were handed in between June 10 and 14.
Only two weeks after termination of its insolvency proceedings Centrotherm has lost a large order from Algeria. Thus a project worth millions has escaped the manufacturer of photovoltaic systems and equipment.
Global investment in renewable energy reached $244 billion last year, a drop of 12% due mainly to the plunge in solar prices and weakened U.S. and EU markets, according to newly published twin reports by the United Nations...
European PV installations are set to fall by more than 6 GW this year and the EU’s incoming anti-dumping duties on Chinese modules will account for 1.3 GW of the decline, according to a report by research group IHS. Global...
Chinese solar manufacturer Solargiga has signed a 370 MW module supply deal with Japanese giant Sharp and said the move into other markets had been prompted by the recent EU anti dumping duties decision. The deal makes Solargiga...
Chinese photovoltaic manufacturer JinkoSolar staunched losses whilst increasing shipments and extending its global reach in the first three months of 2013.
Spanish solar group Isofotón filed for restructuring legal proceedings this week in the face of €284 million ($372 million) in liabilities. The company is hoping to reach an agreement with creditors and implement a...
The European Commission released further details today on the import tariffs on Chinese crystalline photovoltaic imports it announced on June 4.
The European Commission imposed punitive anti-dumping duties on Chinese PV imports to Europe on Tuesday despite broad industry-wide opposition. The industry expresses its views to pv magazine.
The Alliance for Affordable Solar Energy (AFASE) is now gathering signatures against the impending EU anti-dumping duties on Chinese solar modules. This petition is a last minute attempt to stop the penalties. EU ProSun has now...
PV demand in the U.S. is expected to grow significantly this year, reaching a record high of 4.3 GW. Strong contributions from utility-based projects and renewable portfolio standards are expected to drive U.S. PV demand to more...
In May, the New York solar equities market took a page from the parable, "The Emperor’s New Clothes." While investors reacted swiftly to favorable company reports - propelling those stocks prices higher (as in the case of JA...
EU Trade commissioner Karel De Gucht met with Chinese vice minister of Commerce Zhong Shan for an informal meeting on Monday in Brussels to discuss the EU-China solar trade dispute, according to an EU statement released on...
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is calling for multilateral trade negotiations between the U.S., the European Union and China in an effort to stave off an all-out trade war.
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