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Solar Millennium: Investigation into illegal insider trading

The insolvent solar manufacturer can find no peace. Now the public prosecution believes that there has been illegal insider trading.

Centrosolar: Rumors of an Asian investor intensify

According to media reports, the entrance of an Asian investor into Germany-based Centrosolar AG is imminent, following the decision of two of Centrosolar’s board of directors to sell their entire share packages over the counter.

Sovello in talks with potential partners

Production at the insolvent Germany-based photovoltaic company, Sovello is at a standstill. Despite this, talks are said to be ongoing with “major strategic partners”.

Bosch to close silicon thin film works in Germany

Bosch will close its silicon thin film works in Erfurt, Germany. In the future, the company will concentrate on the areas of crystalline and CIS thin film photovoltaics.

Sovello abandons production

From the end of August, the insolvent Sovello will stop all production on its photovoltaic product assembly lines. Almost all of the employees will be terminated. Meanwhile, investor discussions are said to be difficult.

Hanwha confirms Q.Cells interest

A spokesperson for Hanwha has officially confirmed the company’s interest in the insolvent Q.Cells. An offer from the Korean company is expected this week.

Inventux saved by South American investors

The insolvent, Germany-based Inventux has been saved. More than half of the company’s workforce will be retained.

Centrotherm postpones AGM

Centrotherm photovoltaics AG has said it will postpone its AGM while it works on its self-administration and restructuring plan.

SolarWorld confirms EU dumping case

SolarWorld has confirmed to pv magazine that an anti-dumping complaint has been filed by a consortium of European manufacturers with the European Commission. More information is expected to be released by the Bonn-based company this afternoon.


REC confident despite recording significant Q2 EBIT loss

REC looks to be in a good position following its new credit and issuance of new shares. Despite this, impairment charges related to the company’s fixed assets at its manufacturing facility in Singapore have significantly impacted its second quarter (Q2) financial results.

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