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Intersolar: First Solar targets European O&M business

U.S. thin film giant First Solar is targeting operations and maintenance (O&M) business in Europe as it seeks to re-energize its European operations.

Intersolar Europe: no boom but surpassing expectations

Attendees at Intersolar Europe in Munich were upbeat on the final day trade show and praised the quality of this year’s event and the large crowds of visitors the decline in exhibitors. Uncertainty over EU tariffs remained palpable in the exhibition halls, however, with leading Chinese manufactures reportedly cutting production by as much as 50%.

Intersolar Awards celebrate innovation, European projects

For the sixth year running the Intersolar Awards were presented to the best innovations in the field of photovoltaics and solar thermal technology as well as in the new category of solar projects in Europe.

REC desert panels at Intersolar Europe

Norwegian manufacturer showcases its bifacial, desert-proof Peak Energy panels at Munich trade show. REC, which produces its panels in Singapore, has opened a Dubai office to target the MENA market.

Florida showcase for solar tech advances

PV specialists conference looks at developments in thin film technology, new storage solutions and takes a bright outlook for the future of solar.

Intersolar Europe: utilization rates high, for some

Manufacturers at Intersolar Europe are reporting high utilization rates at facilities thanks in large part to booming business in Japan.

Intersolar Europe: tariffs to hit hard as questionable strategies emerge

Chinese companies are employing strategies to circumvent anti-dumping tariffs, such as exporting products to Croatia, according to industry sources at Intersolar Europe.

Intersolar Europe: bright skies but declining size

The 2013 Intersolar Europe trade show opened its doors in Munich on Wednesday with fewer exhibitors and visitors expected for the three-day event.

Intersolar Europe: big on downstream and installers

The first day of the Intersolar Europe trade show in Munich wound down on Wednesday with a clear shift towards more downstream services and away from material suppliers. The booming Japanese market is generating plenty of discussion, with a relatively large number of Japanese attendees evident.

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