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2012-10-08 Taiwan solar firms headed for a rocky future
According to Taiwan's Bureau of Energy, the first period's feed-in tariff in 2013 will fall between 9.23 per cent and 12.63 per cent, whereas the second period's is between 1.9 per cent and 5.62 per cent.
2011-11-28 Solar firms want simple eligibility process
The growth of solar industry in the Philippines is hampered by complicated rules in applying for contracts and the delay in implementing feed-in tariffs
2010-02-16 PV Forecast: Rising demand, lower costs enable higher margins
After a highly cyclical 2009, most segments of the solar industry are looking at a bright 1H 2010 with profit margins heading towards 20 per cent. After that, incentive policies will determine the timing of the PV next cycle.
2012-08-31 PV demand from APAC to grow by 80% YoY in H2
NPD indicated that the Asia Pacific region will stimulate strong year-end surge in PV demand, driven by 4Q12 need at the 5.3GW level.
2012-08-06 Philippines stamps approval on renewable energy FiTs
Regulatory body has approved initial feed-in tariff rules to assist RE developers in recovering investments.
2010-03-09 Analyst: China needs PV components standard
Despite installing over 220MW of photovoltaic modules in China in 2009, several barriers still exist that restrict the market from reaching its full potential.
2013-12-06 Thailand boosts efforts in raising renewable energy use
Thailand's Energy Conservation Fund will provide financial support for state agencies to install solar modules on their rooftops, reports the Bangkok Post.
2015-01-22 Renewable energy projects in Philippines get incentives
The Philippines has beefed up its efforts to promote renewable energy by endorsing 14 projects for a set of incentives through the feed-in-tariff scheme to the Energy Regulatory Commission.
2011-06-27 European solar cuts cause global PV market shift
Government policy on cutting Feed-In Tarrif (FIT) rate has caused collapse of the photovoltaic (PV) demand in Europe, thus initiating a global PV market shift
2009-06-10 Yingli Green powers 13MW Czech solar plant
Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd has announced that its photovoltaic modules will be installed in a 13MW plant in the Czech Republic to be constructed by S.A.G. Solarstrom AG.
2008-08-27 Yingli Green Energy eyes solar power plant in Beijing
Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd has entered into a framework agreement with the local government of a county in Beijing regarding the proposed construction of a 10MW solar power plant.
2008-04-08 Yingli bags PV contracts in South Korea
Chinese photovoltaic manufacturer Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd has signed sales contracts with Korean companies Korea Electric Power Industrial Development Corp. (KEPID), and Kaycom Corp.
2010-03-08 Toshiba ventures into residential solar PV market
Toshiba Corp. it will make its full-scale entry into the residential solar photovoltaic systems business in Japan on April 1, with the goal of winning a 10 percent share of the Japan market by fiscal year 2012.
2013-09-26 Toshiba to buy wind power generation firm
Toshiba Corp. announced that it will enter the wind power generation business by acquiring Sigma Power Janex Co. Ltd, a subsidiary of Janex Co. Ltd that operates wind farms in Kyusyu, Japan.
2010-12-30 Thailand solar farms adopt 204MW Kyocera modules
Thailand's largest solar power project, "Solar Farms", which aims to construct 6MW facilities at 34 sites in the northeastern part of the country, will be using roughly one million sola modules from Kyocera Corp.
2009-11-11 Suntech, Huadian build solar plant in Jiangsu
Suntech will develop a 10MW solar power plant in Dongtai, Jiangsu Province in conjunction with partner Huadian New Energy.
2010-03-10 SunPower, Toshiba ink 32MW solar supply deal
Under a strategic supply agreement, Toshiba Corp. will order 32 megawatts of high-efficiency solar panels from SunPower Corp. in 2010.
2010-05-27 SunEdison, First Reserve ink solar joint venture
SunEdison and First Reserve Corp. have entered a joint venture agreement, which could provide for the acquisition of up to $1.5 billion in current and future SunEdison solar photovoltaic energy projects.
2010-06-03 Strong PV inverter demand triggers shortage
Demand for PV inverters outstripped supply and the component shortage and inverter production problems that began in Q4 09 worsened in Q1 10, with q-on-q supply falling.
2010-06-28 Strong gov't support boosts PV market
Driven by strong supportive government policy and consumer demand, nine countries are forecast to exceed 250MW in 2010, according to the latest PV market analysis from Solarbuzz.
2008-05-07 South Korean firm places $28M order for solar cell receivers
Emcore has entered into a $28 million definitive supply agreement with ES System for solar cell receivers to be fielded in fully licensed and funded solar farms in South Korea.
2008-09-16 South Korea, Germany shine brighter than U.S. in solar energy
It's a sunnier climate for solar equipment makers in Germany and South Korea than in the beach state of California in the United States, according to presentations from leaders of the three hot spots competing for global investment from the emerging green tech industry.
2012-09-18 PV market in APAC, N. America rises, Eurozone dips
Frost & Sullivan revealed that PV market earned revenues of $46.63 billion in 2011 and is seen to reach $104.32 billion in 2017 with North America accounting for 60 percent of that year's annual installed capacity.
2009-04-23 PV downturn to shape more mature supply chain
The severe downturn global photovoltaic (PV) market could have a positive outcome for the worldwide solar industry, yielding a more mature and orderly supply chain when growth returns, according to iSuppli Corp.
2010-03-17 Putting the spotlight on solar power
Tom Adams offers a closer look at four solar companies from the United States and Europe to see where they are now and where they may be heading.
2010-03-01 Price drops heat up solar market competition
Installations of photovoltaic solar systems will fly in 2010, but a steep dive in solar components prices means competition will intensify, according to iSuppli Corp.
2011-11-29 Panasonic builds Malaysia solar base
Panasonic is investing 584.64 million in the solar manufacturing facility, which will be located at Kulim Hi-Tech Park in Kedah, Malaysia.
2009-08-18 Oversupply to hurt solar market until 2012
iSuppli reduced its forecast and said that the solar panel oversupply problem will persist until 2012.
2010-03-05 Mitsubishi ups PV cell production to 270MW
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. has completed its PV Cell Plant #2 facility at its Nakatsugawa Works Iida Factory in Nagano Prefecture and plans to raise its annual PV cell/module production capacity to 270MW.
2013-06-19 Kyocera to deliver 30MW of solar power for Japan's solar projects
Touted as one of the country's largest solar power projects, the initiative is being implemented by the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations (Zen-Noh) and Mitsubishi.
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