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Solar War
With the trade petition initiated by SolarWorld that hit the global solar industry, there has been discord between the U.S.A. and China recently. Even people in the U.S. solar industry are aligned on both sides of the issue. SolarWorld insists U.S. solar manufacturers are closing...
The Fate for Solar Power in the U.K.
The U.K. government’s 52% feed-in tariff cut would kill the country’s solar sector ‘stone dead’, according to Solarcentury.
HCPV on the Way to the Utility Market & Growing Interest for III-V Players
HCPV technology development requires knowledge from various technology fields and, therefore, many technology players could take part in this development.
PV Industry Struggles to Define Capacity
30 GW demand seen as inflection point to stimulate new capacity addition
Concerns Looming over Czech PV Policy
Czech Republic wants to halt development of renewable energy sources in favor of nuclear energy.In the past few years, the energy policy of the Czech Republic has become an exception among developed countries. The local government is putting all its effort into slowing down or co...
Solar Energy and South Africa: A Match Made in Heaven
Of all renewable energy sources, solar has the biggest potential in South Africa. That is because the host of the COP17 climate change conference in Durban has one of the highest and the most stable solar radiations in the world.
Global PV Installations to Hit 24 GW in 2011
Global solar PV installations will reach 24 GW in 2011 according to a new report from IMS Research.
The U.S. Photovoltaic Manufacturing Consortium: Lessons from the Semiconductor Industry
The fortunes of the U.S. in the solar industry in many ways mirror that in the semiconductor industry.
China PV Installations Forecast to Surpass Both the U.S. and Japanese Markets in 2011
Asia Pacific markets projected to reach more than 4.8 GW in 2011; utility-scale ground-mount installations in China and India drive markets.
Solar Call: Q3 2011 M&A Recap
Building the solar companies of the futureThe slower growth and adverse market dynamics during the last twelve months have resulted in companies being shaken out of the market and continued consolidation through Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A). Both of these trends are expected to...
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