HILLSBORO, Oregon, October, 2012. SolarWorld, the largest U.S. solar technology manufacturer for more than 35 years, this month praised the U.S. Department of Commerce for its decision to counter improper Chinese trade practices by imposing significant anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties on Chinese imports of crystalline silicon solar technology. For the duties to become final, the [...]
NORCROSS, Georgia, July 10, 2012-SolarThermalMagazine.com Suniva, Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of high-efficiency crystalline silicon solar cells and modules, today, at Intersolar North America, announced a new distribution agreement has been signed with Soligent LLC, the largest solar energy equipment distributor in the Americas. “We are very pleased to be able to announce this new relationship,” [...]
Nanosolar Inc.has announced that it has raised $70 million in new capital. The financing will be used to expand production of thin film solar cells and panels, support research and development designed to deliver greater efficiency, and drive faster commercialization of the company’s solar technology.
Generous funding of photovoltaic R&D will generate disruptive next-generation technologies that will drive down cost per watt and restore profit margins to low double-digits by 2014, according to a Lux Research report.
Motech produces Modules globally, including in Newark, Delaware; when a customer requests Modules from one of the manufacturing facilities outside of the United States, Motech will provide the customer with a Certificate.
May 21 2012 | Posted in China
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“These duties do not reflect the reality of a highly-competitive global solar industry. Suntech has consistently maintained a positive gross margin as revenues are higher than our cost of production.
The department also announced that in light of a massive, evasive surge of imports ahead of the determination, these new duties would apply retroactively 90 days.
May 18 2012 | Posted in China
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Bifacial cells utilize the cells’ rear side to collect reflected and diffused sunlight and generate additional electricity. bSolar cells are produced using p-type wafers, standard equipment and production processes, giving them a mass market appeal.
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. (KMSA), the worldwide leader in the industrial measurement of color, light and 3D shape, launched its AK-120/130/140 Photovoltaic (PV) Reference Cells, the world’s first triple junction solar reference cells.
Apr 12 2012 | Posted in Solar PV
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Trina Solar Limited (NYSE: TSL) Â offerered the following statement regarding the preliminary determination of countervailing duties by the U.S. Department of Commerce: On March 20, 2012, a preliminary determination was announced by the DOC in Washington, DC regarding the exportation of Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Cells and Modules from China. The ruling establishes a preliminary rate [...]
The U.S. Department of Commerce issued the first of two highly anticipated findings today regarding the complaint that was filed in October of 2011 byÂ SolarWorld and a small group of unnamed solar manufacturers that called themselves the Coalition of American Solar Manufacturers, or CASM. The department’s preliminary finding is that Chinese producers/exporters have received countervailable [...]
(BUSINESSWIRE) -The Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing (CASM), supported by more than 150 U.S. employers of more than 11,000 workers, today applauded an analysis by Hari Chandra Polavarapu, managing director of solar and clean-technology research for brokerage firm Auriga USA, that underscores the importance of holding China accountable to international trade law. Polavarapuâ€™s target is [...]
59 Members Sign on to Letter to President Obama Washington, D.C.The Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing (CASM), seven U.S. manufacturers of crystalline silicon solar cells and modules, today welcomed the support of 59 members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives for CASM’s trade case against China’s unfair trading practices in the solar industry. [...]
Dec 4 2011 | Posted in Solar Thermal
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