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2008-10-02 Oregon is 2nd home of Sanyo U.S. solar plant
Sanyo has announced plans to build a new plant to manufacture silicon ingot and solar wafers in the Salem Renewable Energy and Technology Park in Salem, Oregon
2009-05-15 China's Suntech to establish U.S. solar facility
China-based Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd disclosed plans to establish solar energy products manufacturing in the United States
2008-07-14 SunPower to build 35MW solar power plants in U.S
SunPower Corp. has been selected by Florida Power & Light Co. to build the largest U.S. solar photovoltaic power plantan installation to include a 25MW power plant in Florida and a 10MW project at the Kennedy Space Center.
2010-10-13 Korea thin-film solar plant set to rise
A joint venture between Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd and Saint-Gobain will build an 850-module per year CIGS thin-film solar cell manufacturing plant in South Korea
2008-09-29 Yingli PV modules head to U.S. campus solar energy facility
Yingli has agreed to supply PV modules to SunDurance that will be used for a solar power plant on the Livingston Campus of Rutgers University
2012-05-29 U.S. acts against solar cell dumping
The U.S. Department of Commerce has released a decision on the matter of China solar cell and module makers dumping products in the United States, imposing an average of about 31 percent antidumping duties
2011-12-05 Taiwan's solar end market foray, not a sunny one
With rising deficits since the beginning of the year, solar cell makers in Taiwan face compounding pressures from the price squeeze and end market challenges
2010-04-28 SunPower, Flextronics build solar plant in Silicon Valley
SunPower Corp. has partnered with Flextronics to begin manufacturing solar panels in Milpitas, California by the end of this year
2010-06-29 SunPower solar cell touts 24.2% efficiency
SunPower Corp. has produced a full-scale solar cell with sunlight to electricity conversion efficiency of 24.2 percent at its manufacturing plant in the Philippines
2008-10-07 Solar vendors strive to lower costs amid setbacks
Amid uncertain markets and policies, solar panel makers are gearing up factories with an objective of pulling down costs to a competitive level
2009-06-23 Solar PV capex to pick up in 2011
Solar PV capital expenditures will begin a steady recovery in 2011, rising 13 percent to $772 million, says IC Insights
2012-09-17 Solar firms in Europe to shift orders from China to Taiwan
Due to E.U.'s announcement of starting an anti-dumping investigation on Chinese solar product imports, Taiwan makers have a shot at receiving more orders
2011-07-26 Smart grid, solar power apps to boost energy storage market
According to SBI Energy, the market for energy storage technologies such as NaS, NaMx and TES will grow due to a favorable forecast for renewable energy sources and grid energy storage.
2008-10-21 Sanyo ups solar module production capacity in Mexico
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd has disclosed plans to increase the production capacity of solar modules at its Mexico Monterrey Factory by nearly 2.5x the current amount
2008-05-30 Q-Cells to build a solar plant in Mexico
Q-Cells AG has agreed with the Mexican Federal Government, the Government of the State of Baja California and Silicon Border Development to build a production complex for thin-film modules in Mexicali.
2008-10-14 Konarka builds 'largest' thin-film solar factory
Konarka Technologies Inc. has opened what it claims to be the largest roll-to-roll flexible thin-film solar manufacturing facility, preparing for the commercialization and mass production of its patent-protected thin film solar material, Power Plastic
2008-08-27 India kicks off first polysilicon solar project
India is preparing for its first solar project to be established in Haldia city as part of an integrated solar complex, which includes a power plant, at a total cost of about $1.25 billion
2008-10-24 GE invests $2.5M in solar company
GE Energy Financial Services, a unit of GE, is investing $2.5 million and providing the power of GE's ecomagination program to solar power company Soliant Energy
2012-04-19 First Solar layoffs 2,000, Malaysia plant to be closed
The restructuring plan was undertaken in response to deteriorating market conditions in Europe and the need to reduce costs and align its organization with sustainable market opportunities.
2008-01-30 CIGS-based solar cells achieve efficiency breakthrough
Global Solar Energy has claimed an efficiency breakthrough for solar cells based on CIGS thin-film technology
2011-05-23 ASP ups solar PV module capacity to 100MW
ASP's expansion makes the company the third largest producer of crystalline silicon PV panels in the United States.
2009-07-27 Asia solar firms dominate top 10 PV ranking
A new IC Insights ranking showed that First Solar gained on Sharp and Suntech with its thin-film PV panels made with cadmium telluride
2009-02-24 2.2MW solar power system completed in California
SunPower Corp., California's Lake County and the Lake County Sanitation District (LACOSAN) announced the completion of a 2.2MW solar-electric power system on three sites, including the county jail and two wastewater treatment plants
2008-08-12 Report: India seeks to build world's largest solar plant
The world's largest solar power project is under negotiations for the state of Gujarat in western India at a cost of about $5 billion
2008-01-23 Schott to set up PV facility in the United States
Banking on the U.S. solar energy market, glass manufacturer Schott AG will establish a solar energy technology facility in the U.S. state of New Mexico
2007-04-24 SunPower to invest $570M in Philippine facility
A SunPower Corp. official disclosed that the company will invest around $570 million in its Philippine plant in the next two years to finance 3 new manufacturing facilities
2008-12-11 Small is beautiful for green-tech newbies
Les Fritzemeier heads up a tiny solar-energy start-up that most people have never heard of, Wakonda Technologies. But rather than worry about being steamrolled by the sliding economy, he feels like he's in a great spot
2012-08-03 Sharp to shave off 5,000 jobs as earnings dip continues
Sharp is forced to let go of almost ten percent of its current employees in hopes of curbing profit decline.
2011-01-25 Kyocera expands in China, Czech Republic
Kyocera Corp. announced that it is increasing its solar module production capacity with the start of construction of its second plant in Kadan, Czech Republic, and the completion of an expanded assembly plant in Tianjin, China
2008-03-10 Hyundai Heavy, KCC join in polysilicon venture
A joint venture for polysilicon production is being planned by Korean companies Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. and KCC Corp., according to a report from Korea.net.
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