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The suspended thin film solar company warns markets that it may post a record first half loss for the six months to June 30 following a 47% share plunge in May that wiped $19bn from its value.
German thin film PV laser equipment developer, LPKF has slipped into the red, reporting a weak second quarter. A low order intake saw the company's EBIT for 1H 2015 amount to -$3.55 million.
India's National Solar Mission has outlined the annual targets required between now and 2022 if the nation is to hit its goal of installing 100 GW of solar PV capacity by that date.
Hamburg-based Capital Stage has acquired GP Joule's 14 MW solar park in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany for €17 million (US$18.83 million). The park comprises two PV plants: one that has been feeding into the grid since 2012; and one...
Prices of solar stocks continued to slide downward this week, as they have for months. Analysts attribute recent declines to a mistaken belief in a direct relationship between oil prices and solar market fundamentals.
The European Commission has sharply raised duties on imports of solar glass from China, ruling that producers had absorbed previous anti-dumping and CVD penalties into their prices.
Aachen and Kostanz once again take a pivotal role in world history, the Chinese make David Cameron's job that bit easier and Hawaii and Scotland feature in the same story - you'll only find that in pv magazine.
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