AUO to Sell Stake in Malaysian JV to SunPower and Focus on Downstream Sector

AUO, a Taiwan-based technology company, announced to sell its stake in its joint venture, AUO SunPower Sdn. Bhd. (AUSP), in Melaka, Malaysia. AUO’s partner will purchase AUO’s portion of the JV by paying AUO US.. more

Motech and NSP Both Saw Revenue Declines in August

Within a sluggish market demand, Taiwanese solar power cell manufacturers all posted decline revenues in August. The two major Taiwanese players, Motech and Neo Solar Power Corp. (NSP) both announced falling revenues in their August results. Motech's revenue sl.. more

ITRI’s Li-ion Battery Technology Effectively Powers Sharp’s Home Surveillance Robot

The rapid development of service-oriented robots and IoT products has once again highlighted the safety of lithium-ion batteries. Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has developed the STOBA® technology t.. more

Equis to Invest NT$15 Billion in Taiwan's Solar Energy Industry

Changhua Coastal Industrial Park in Changhua, Taiwan is one of the major wind farms in Taiwan. Meanwhile, vast flat lands and long sunshine hours make it a potential area for developing solar power generation facilities. Changhua County&rsq.. more

Collapsing PV Demand Leads to Sale Decrease in Taiwanese Solar Companies in August

PV market demand plunged rapidly as expected as it entered in the third quarter, driving significant price decline across the PV supply chain. Prices of solar cells and wafer have reached new low for consecutive weeks. Consequently, Taiwanese manufacturers can only reduce .. more

Net Sales Decreased by Nearly 30% in August, Reported Gintech

Taiwan-based PV cell manufacturer Gintech Energy unveiled its unaudited monthly revenue for August, 2016. Net sales in August rapidly decreased due to market demand slump and lower average selling prices (ASP). Gintech reported net sales in August of NT$604 millio.. more

Linde Establishes R&D Center in Taiwan for PV Market Strategy in Asia

German-based electronic gases specialist, Linde Group, announced that it has established a new R&D facility in Taichung, Taiwan. The R&D center will conduct various research and development efforts. Linde will also prompt solar cell manufacturing in Taiwan tar.. more


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