2016-08-09

Taiwan: Chairmen of NSP and Danen Resigned, Respectively

Chairmen of Taiwanese wafer manufacturer Danen and cell manufacturer Neo Solar Power (NSP) resigned at the beginning of August, respectively. Danen's chairman Yuan-shan Chao resigned his chairman and director positions, according to Taiwan’s local media. .. more
2016-08-08

Decrease in Shipments and ASP Lower Gintech’s Revenue in July

Taiwanese PV cell manufacturer Gintech Energy Corporation (Gintech) has released its unaudited financial results for July 2016. Decline in PV cell shipments and average selling prices (ASPs) have lowered the company’s net sales as well as revenues significantl.. more
2016-08-05

Heraeus Photovoltaics Prevails in Taiwan Patent Decision

Taiwan Intellectual Property Court confirmed the validity of Heraeus' Taiwan Patent No. I432539 by an interlocutory judgment and dismissed Giga Solar Materials Corporation's invalidity defense. On June 10, 2015, Heraeus filed a complaint with the Taiwan .. more
2016-08-02

Taiwan Aims Adding 1.44GW of Solar by Mid-2018

Taiwan’s new government, which is led by President Tsai, aims to cumulatively install 20GW of PV capacity by 2025. Bureau of Energy (BOE), under Ministry of Economic Affairs, announced the “Two-year PV Accelerating Program,” (the “Prog.. more
2016-08-01

Second Review on 2012 Chinese PV Case Has Concluded; Manufacturers Put Overseas Expansion Plans on Hold

The U.S. Department of Commerce has released the final ruling on its second review of the antidumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD) rates on Chinese PV module imports for 2012. According to the decision, imports from major Chinese manufacturers will be affecte.. more
2016-07-29

Partners Group Invests US$200 Million in Solar Development in Taiwan

Taiwan’s solar market is now noticeable to the world! Partners Group, Switzerland-based private markets investment manager, is going to invest over US$200 million to control the majority stake in a Taiwanese solar power development platfo.. more
2016-07-22

Suit Filed by Hemlock Sends SolarWorld into Legal Predicament, PV Trade Disputes between China and US may Stay in Stalemate

Hemlock Semiconductor, U.S. polysilicon manufacturer, has sued SolarWorld of Germany for contract violation, demanding US$770 million of compensation. The move may send the latter into a legal predicament, as it is likely to lose in the liti.. more

 

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