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Magazine Archive 08-2013

End of the PV honeymoon?

Eastern Europe: The honeymoon period between governments and photovoltaic developers in the eastern Balkans is definitely over. After several years of rapid growth of photovoltaic capacity, mostly in Romania and Bulgaria, governments in the region are speedily rethinking their vows to bold development plans once laid out for solar energy.

Customers come first

Business strategies: JA Solar Co., Ltd. is a Chinese PV company that has morphed from a cell manufacturer to one of the top ten manufacturers of crystalline solar modules. The company’s business model is based on strong partnerships and a keen sense of what “bankability” is all about. This article takes a close look at JA Solar’s recipe for success.

A pipe-dream

Dear readers, Will it happen or will it not happen? In recent weeks this was one of the prevailing questions that kept the online editorial team of pv magazine on its toes almost every day. There is talk of a possible compromise in the current trade dispute between the EU and China. Throughout the course […]

A matter of trust

Second hand equipment: The market for used solar PV machinery is taking off as the industry is closing down facilities and reducing production lines.

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