• Deutschland
    12.11.2012

    PVA TePla Publishes Business Figures for Q3 2012

    PVA TePla AG generated sales revenues of EUR 83.7 million in the first nine months of 2012 (previous year: EUR 77.3 million). Operating earnings (EBIT) totaled EUR 6.2 million (previous year: EUR 7.6 million) with a margin of 7.5% (previous year: 9.8%). Incoming orders developed weakly, dropping to EUR 42.2 million as against EUR 130.6 million in the same period of the previous year.
  • Deutschland
    09.11.2012

    Conergy Wins Major Contract for Two Solar Power Plants in Thailand

    Conergy's success in Thailand continues and in the process underscores its outstanding market position in Southeast Asia's growth markets. The solution and service provider has secured a major contract for two solar power plants in Thailand through a tendering procedure, representing a total capacity of 21 megawatts. The awarding authority is Thai Solar Energy Company Limited (TSE), which is a local investor with a registered office in Bangkok. Conergy will be the main contractor for those two projects, responsible both for planning, engineering and design as well as for component supply and installation of the two power plants. The solar parks are located in Suphanburi Province and in Kanchanaburi Province and cover almost 500,000 square meters. For the onsite construction, Conergy will work with its long-term local partners, Annex Power and the Ensys Group.
  • Deutschland
    09.11.2012

    SMA to Power 110MW AC Solar Energy Project in California

    In continued collaboration with EDF Renewable Energy, formerly enXco, SMA will supply Medium-Voltage Power Platforms for a 110MW AC solar plant in Kern County, Calif. The project, which will be EDF Renewable Energy's largest utility-scale solar project in the U.S. to date, is scheduled for Phase I commissioning in December 2012. SMA was selected for the project because of its expertise in utility-scale PV plants.
  • China
    09.11.2012

    Clenergy's Jiayuguan 40MW Supply Contract Is Increased to 52MW

    A Chinese solar energy company that signed a contract with Clenergy in early this summer recently increased to 52MW its project in Jiayuguan, China. To live up to the client's expectation in terms of product delivery, Clenergy deployed significant resources to ensure that productivity for the contract topped 1MW per day. Thanks to Clenergy's quick fulfillment, the project entered early production in October, with the newly-added capacity currently under construction.
  • China
    09.11.2012

    Yingli Green Energy Comments on Final ITC Rulings for Imported Chinese Solar Cells and Modules

    Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited today commented on the final rulings by the International Trade Commission regarding the import of Chinese PV cells and modules to the United States. Today's decision resulted in two rulings: the first found that the U.S. market has been "injured" due to the presence of imported Chinese cells and modules in the industry, and the second found that there are no applicable "critical circumstances." As a result of the negative finding, Yingli Green Energy will not be held liable for the $13.7 million USD provision of duties that it has held on its balance sheet. In addition, solar modules assembled in China containing solar cells originating from a third country continue to be tariff-free.
  • Deutschland
    08.11.2012

    SMA Announces Results for the Period of January to September 2012

    Results for the Period of January to September 2012: SMA Solar Technology AG Increases Volume and Achieves Sales at the Level of the Previous Year  
  • China
    08.11.2012

    ReneSola to Provide Made-in-India Solar PV Modules to Indian Market

    ReneSola Ltd today introduced its new Virtus II® multicrystalline modules to the Indian market at the 6th Renewable Energy India 2012 Expo. In addition, ReneSola has started providing locally produced PV modules to the Indian market and expects to provide 250MW of India-made PV modules over a two-year period. The India launch follows the successful introduction of the Virtus II ® solar modules to the U.S. and Australian markets.
  • Italien
    08.11.2012

    Building Energy Signs Agreement with DoE for South Africa 81MW PV Plants

    Building Energy, a preferred bidder in Round 1 of REIPPP, today signed their power purchase, implementation and financial agreements with the Department of Energy, (DoE) for South Africa's largest Solar Photovoltaic plant.
  • Südkorea USA
    08.11.2012

    S-Energy Supplies Solar Modules for 1.68MW Solar Plant in Oakley

    Hayworth-Fabian, LLC, the City of Oakley and the Oakley Chamber of Commerce have scheduled a Ground Breaking ceremony for a 1.68MW DC solar facility that will use S-Energy's 295W solar modules to provide shaded parking for the RVs and Boats at the Executive RV & Boat Storage facility located in Oakley, CA. Over 170,000 square feet of canopy parking engineered and constructed by Baja Construction will be the backbone of a solar energy facility engineered and constructed by Cenergy Power, a division of BAP Power Corporation. Under PG&E's Small Generator Feed-In-Tariff ("FiT") program, PG&E will purchase the solar power generated at this site under a 20 year contract. Additionally, the shade provided by the solar modules will offer shaded parking for RVs and Boats, a unique attribute of this state-of-the-art RV & Boat Storage facility.
  • China
    07.11.2012

    China Sunergy Invests in Its First 10MW Solar Parks in UK

    China Sunergy Co., Ltd. today announced that it has completed the transactions to procure its first two solar park projects in the United Kingdom (UK). The two solar parks with a size of about 5MW each are located in the southwest of Cornwall region. China Sunergy will arrange the construction of the projects, and then own and operate these two solar parks itself.