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SunLink announces 50 percent cell production cutback, but there is hope

SunLink PV with its headquarters in Zhangjiagang, China, last week reduced its photovoltaic cell production capacity by 50 percent in light of reduced European demand and better pricing from third party cell suppliers.

CIPV Expo 2011 in review: Growth on the agenda

The CIPV Expo 2011 took place last week in Beijing, China. With big ambitions for the future, thin film and building-integrated photovoltaics were a key focus. Switzerland and the U.S. were also prominently featured.

China may double solar power capacity

According to local media reports, China is considering doubling its installed solar power capacity from five to ten gigawatts by 2015.


China: PV to grow at annual rate of 1 GW from 2012

According to a local media source, photovoltaics (PV) power generation in China is expected to grow at an annual rate of one gigawatt (GW) from 2012.

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