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2012-01-16 Rising utilization rate ups polysilicon price
Solar makers have sold polysilicon products at about $28-30/kg for priority clients and $30-40/kg for others
2013-02-15 PV spot market price expected to rise again
The spot market in December of 2012 accounted for 20 per cent of total polysilicon sales, down dramatically from its peak of 47 per cent in May, according to IHS
2011-07-14 Polysilicon prices rebound, Si wafer faces challenges
The price of polysilicon has gone up after slumping during the global downturn. Si wafer prices, on the other hand, are expected to face more financial challenges.
2011-10-03 Polysilicon price spirals downward
Even European and U.S. makers are giving in to the price decline with lowest quotes pegged at $40/kg
2008-11-18 iSuppli: Polysicon price to slide starting next year
iSuppli forecasts that the pricing for polysilicon used to create PV cells is expected to drop in 2009 and the following years due to fundamental imbalances in the solar supply chain
2011-12-27 Is the struggle over for polysilicon market
A report said the spot market price for polysilicon has ceased falling while some products have even seen a price increase.
2013-01-14 Analyst: China's polysilicon price on steady climb
EnergyTrend revealed that polysilicon and mono-Si wafer prices are continuing on an uptrend as talks regarding China's double anti-policy in February grow more widespread
2012-06-26 Solar polysilicon market prices decline in May
A study by IHS shows the average pricing for polysilicon has declined in the spot market when compared to its price in contract negotiations.
2010-08-20 Solar cell spot price to grow 2.87% in Q3 2010
Spot market price of solar cell wafers continues to rise with strong demand, and it is estimated to reach $1.43 per watt in Q3 2010
2012-07-13 PV market preferring price-performance ratio
The photovoltaic market is experiencing a shift from high efficiency products to products with a high price-performance ratio
2006-01-09 Price hikes expected for polysilicon
Prices for polysilicon are expected to see further increases this year and next amid ongoing shortages for the materials, warned an analyst
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.
2012-04-25 Polysilicon surplus seen to erode prices, says analyst
The pricing pressure is inevitable, but polysilicon prices can vary depending not only on contract type but also on purity level, supplier's location and contract terms employed, noted IHS
2006-10-27 Polysilicon shortage worse than expected, analysts say
Vendors and analysts warn that the shortage of polysilicon materials is worse than previously thought, causing possible price hikes in the semiconductor and solar supply chains.
2012-05-09 Polysilicon industry faces polarization, small firms struggle to compete
TrendForce believes that the polysilicon industry will grow more competitive by the day and will eventually be a test for players on who will survive the cut-throat market
2013-09-04 Polysilicon costs forces wafer makers to increase price
According to EnergyTrend the increasing price of China's polysilicon spot market has triggered price hikes in Asia's polysilicon market.
2012-07-27 Demand for high price-performance ratio products mounts
Market outlook becomes bleak while demand for non-standard products improve.
2013-01-17 Analyst: PV systems uptake related to price
Frost & Sullivan forecasted that the market earned revenues of more than $1.73 billion in 2011 will reach $3.04 billion in 2016.
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
2012-04-13 Solar PV market stumbles due to subsidy cuts
According to EnergyTrend's data, offers from traders are nearing previous lowspolysilicon offers for instance are about $21-22/kg, while on average, selling price is about $0.5-1/kg higher.
2012-01-12 Rush orders give solar makers some relief
Benefiting from rush orders in Europe and the U.S., Taiwan solar cell makers' utilization rates increased, which will affect the development of contract and spot prices.
2007-11-28 Report reveals China solar panel vendors to slash prices
In the face of higher polysilicon prices, 88 percent of China solar panel manufacturers plan to lower or keep prices intact to win market share
2012-09-18 PV suppliers urged to cut production to ease oversupply
IHS revealed that PV polysilicon prices last month fell at a faster rate than they did in July, continuing a losing streak that started in 4Q11
2013-03-07 PV market comeback needs policy, efficiency
There is still a long way before the industry achieves grid parity, there is still a long way to go before achieving this and thus a stable policy could still greatly affect the global PV industry.
2011-10-17 PV makers' financial snag mounts
Low demand for solar products keeps pulling the price down, forcing some firms to liquidate equipment to ensure financial viability
2011-11-21 PV makers slash capacity to minimize loss
Polysilicon price continues to plummet leading the industry to aggressively clear inventory.
2011-08-29 Modest outlook for PV market
The demand for high conversion efficiency products remains strong, but the price of polysilicon continues to slide.
2011-12-09 Market favors solar products with above 17% efficiency
EnergyTrend revealed that solar products with efficiencies below 17 percent are categorized as B-grade, with prices 30-50 percent lower than A-grade products.
2011-09-26 High inventory dampens solar market
The worldwide solar market hasÿentered a state ofÿharshÿprice competition with average solar cell price falling by 0.42 percent
2011-08-02 Conservative PV market expected for 3Q11
The Chinese government is supporting the solar cell industry with a range of subsidy programs as the risk of oversupply threatens PV profitability, according to EnergyTrend.
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