aleo solar offers European polycrystalline module certified for higher feed-in-tariff in France

From September onwards, aleo solar AG will offer its polycrystalline module S_18 with certified European components. Ingots, wafers and modules are produced within the European Economic Area. The aleo product therefore fulfills the criteria specified by the French M.. more

5th Annual Energy Trading Operations & Technology Summit 2013

IRN is proud to bring you the 5th edition of the Annual Energy Trading Operations and Technology Summit taking place in London ​on ​16-17 October 2013.  Each year the flagship ETOT Summit attracts top names from major energy trading companies from .. more

EU-China solar module pricing pact spurs demand for high-efficiency products

EU recently announced it reached an agreement with China on shipments of Chinese solar modules to Europe. Related documents confirm a “pricing “deal will be implemented. According to the EU, this new mechanism will bring stable development to the EU solar e.. more

LayTec’s metrology system X Link wins Intersolar Award 2013

LayTec in-line GmbH has won this year’s Intersolar AWARD in the category “PV Production Technologies“ for X Link – a revolutionary metrology system for non-destructive evaluation of the EVA* cross-linking level immediately after lam.. more

Meyer Burger and LayTec Announce Cooperation

LayTec has announced that its cooperation with Meyer Burger, a global technology group specializing in systems, product equipment and services along the photovoltaic value chain including the manufacturing processes for wafers, solar cells, solar modules and solar system.. more

Trina’s 1Q13 financial results evaluation: Europe remains the key market

Trina announced its 1Q13 financial results on May 20th, 2013. The financial results indicated that the sales revenue in this quarter was $260 million, which decreased by 14% compared with that in 4Q12 and decreased by 26% compared with that in 1Q12. It showed that sales.. more

China Sunergy Starts to Ship from Turkey Plant

China Sunergy Co., Ltd. today announced that it has begun shipping solar modules from its plant in Istanbul, Turkey, and will deliver a total of approximately 6.4MW from mid-June toAugust 2013 to a well-known French customer. China Sunergy currently has a total prod.. more


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