GCL System Integration (GCL-SI) did not disclose the financial terms of the master distribution agreement, under which Guadalajara-based DMSolar will offer the Chinese PV maker’s components, as well as its GCL-P6/60 and GCL-P6/72 panels.
The Norwegian silicon producer increased its fourth quarter revenues by $30 million on Q3, and forecasts rising demand for polysilicon in China ahead of the country’s July FIT decrease.
The Dutch science company has announced plans to expand its product portfolio for solar, with the acquisition of China based Sunshine technology (Suzhou SunShine New Materials Technology Co. Ltd.), a manufacturer of PV backsheets.
Turkey’s tender for the flagship solar PV project with 1 GW of capacity has been postponed for one month. The government wants the plant to be built using locally manufactured content only.
The German-headquartered solar power company posts year-on-year revenue and shipment increases of 5% and 19%, vows to strengthen competitiveness in 2017 with focus on monocrystalline high-efficiency products. Jobs will be lost along the way, however.
The equipment maker’s results for Q1 fiscal 2017 show a dip in revenue but growth in orders for solar equipment compared to the previous quarter.
The company’s Phase 3A facility in China’s Xinjiang is now up and running, and should reach full production capacity of 18,000 metric tons of polysilicon the first quarter of the year.
Sharp uptick in polysilicon imports into China between October and November last year point to repeat of 2016’s first-half solar surge, suggests analysis by Bernreuter Research.
The first two high performance tabber stringers made by the Freiburg based equipment manufacturer have successfully passed a 72 hour site acceptance test at Emmvee Solar’s production facility in Bangalore, India.
The Bavarian-based solar power specialist has sold two robot layup machines to Turkey for the production of DESERT solar panels. The equipment ordered is capable of developing 240 MW of PV capacity.