• Espagne
    25 oct. 2012

    Grupo Clavijo Completes 11.5MW PV Park in Spain

    The Spanish Grupo Clavijo has completed work on a new solar photovoltaic installation in the town of Zuera (Zaragoza, Spain).
  • Chine Singapour
    25 oct. 2012

    Yingli Green Energy to Power the Largest Solar Plant in Singapore

    Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Yingli Green Energy Singapore Company Pte. Limited ("Yingli Singapore") will supply 1MW of multicrystalline PV modules to SolarGy Pte. Ltd. ("SolarGy").
  • Corée du Sud Allemagne
    25 oct. 2012

    Hanwha Group Launches Hanwha Q.CELLS

    Hanwha Group today launched Hanwha Q.CELLS. The launch marks the completion of the acquisition of German solar company Q.CELLS. Mr. Charles Kim will lead Hanwha Q.CELLS as CEO, joining the company from Hanwha SolarOne. Mr. Min Su Kim will replace Mr. Charles Kim as the president of Hanwha SolarOne and joins the company from Hanwha Group. 
  • Norvège
    24 oct. 2012

    REC Reports Third Quarter 2012 Results

    Renewable Energy Corporation ASA (REC) reported third quarter 2012 revenues from continuing operations of NOK 1,510 million and negative EBITDA of NOK 184 million.
  • Chine
    24 oct. 2012

    ReneSola Establishes Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa Regional Sales Headquarters in Singapore

    ReneSola Ltd today announced the establishment of its Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa regional sales headquarters in Singapore. This announcement comes in conjunction with the Singapore International Energy Week 2012.
  • États-Unis
    24 oct. 2012

    DayStar Technologies Enters Into a LOI to Acquire Grasshopper Energy

    DayStar Technologies, Inc. entered into LOI agreement to acquire Grasshopper Energy, with the anticipation of completing the purchase in 30 days. Grasshopper Energy provides turnkey solutions for solar power systems. The purchase is a 100% equity transaction.
  • Chine
    24 oct. 2012

    Trina Solar's APMEA Headquarters Formally Commence Operations in Singapore

    Trina Solar announced today at an opening ceremony that its APMEA (Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa) headquarters in Singapore have been put into formal operation.
  • Allemagne États-Unis
    23 oct. 2012

    BELECTRIC Acquires Konarka Technologies GmbH

    BELECTRIC has taken over Konarka Technologies GmbH. The group was the manufacturer of "Power Plastic," a thin, film-like organic photovoltaic material with a low weight and a wide range of uses. The German subsidiary of the US company Konarka Technologies Inc. applied for insolvency shortly after its parent company around the mid-point of the year and opened negotiations with several investors. An agreement has now been reached with BELECTRIC, which is based in Kolitzheim (Bavaria). Alexander Kubusch, preliminary insolvency administrator from Curator AG, was pleased  with how the sale of Konarka Technologies GmbH progressed: "Right from the start, our negotiations with BELECTRIC were highly constructive and focused on finding a solution. As a result, our talks have now reached a successful conclusion. Of the many interested  parties, we ultimately opted for BELECTRIC Holding GmbH, because this company not only offered an ideal solution to the issue of business operations but also went a long way toward upholding the interests of creditors. We have therefore managed to secure excellent future prospects both for the employees that had been affected by the insolvency and for the company's clients and partners."
  • Inde Espagne
    23 oct. 2012

    Vikram Solar to Commission Rs. 410 Crore PV Plant in Rajasthan

    Vikram Solar is likely to commission its 40-MW solar power generating plant in Rajasthan by the end of January 2013, investing more than Rs.410 crore.
  • Chine
    23 oct. 2012

    JinkoSolar and Three Gorges New Energy Sign Contract for 50MW Solar Project

    JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. today announced it has won a bid from China Three Gorges New Energy Corp. ("CTGNE"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Three Gorges Corporation ("CTGC"), to supply 50-megawatt solar modules for a PV power plant in Gansu Province, China.