Category Archives: Price Trend

Sichuan’s Power Restrictions Affect Output of Polysilicon and Cells; Smaller Price Impact Seen from Non-Centralized Order Signing Period

published: 2022-08-18 15:09 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon Polysilicon prices had marginally risen this week, where mono-Si compound feedings and mono-Si dense materials were respectively concluded at a mainstream price of RMB 305/kg and RMB 303/kg. August orders were signed earlier this month, and the conclusion of sporadic and urgent orders continued to bump up the prices this week. ...  more

Polysilicon Persists in Inflation; Films and Backplanes Marginally Dropped in Prices Due to Lowered Module Utilization

published: 2022-08-04 18:56 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon This week’s polysilicon prices saw a return to the inflation trend, where the mainstream concluded price has risen to RMB 302/kg in the market, while mono-Si dense materials and mono-Si compound feedings were respectively concluded at a mainstream price of RMB 302/kg and RMB 300/kg. ...  more

Downstream Prices Surge Successively amidst No Available Polysilicon Stocks

published: 2022-07-28 15:14 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon This week’s polysilicon prices had leveled to that of last week, where mono-Si dense materials and mono-Si compound feedings were respectively concluded at a mainstream price of RMB 297/kg and RMB 295/kg primarily owing to how the excessive orders from earlier have resulted in a delay of shipment to mid-August for a segment of orders. ...  more

Polysilicon Silicon Expected to Defer as Overseas Demand Exhibits Signs of Deceleration

published: 2022-07-21 15:35 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon Polysilicon prices continued to climb this week. Mono-Si dense materials and mono-Si compound feedings were respectively concluded at a mainstream price of RMB 297/kg and RMB 295/kg primarily owing to how sporadic and urgent orders had ascended the corresponding prices, though the level of transactions was on the lower end as most polysilicon businesses now lack products to sell, which led to fewer finalized orders despite additional order inquiries. ...  more