Category Archives: Price Trend

PV Industry Price Trend: Module Quotations Continue to Decline amidst Unrecovered Demand in Short Term

published: 2021-11-18 15:43 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon The polysilicon market had slightly fluctuated this week, with a shrinkage in the quotation interval at the same time. With the power restrictions now phasing out, the upstream supply of polysilicon powder is now replenished, followed by a downward adjustment in quotations, and businesses are slightly mitigated in production pressure amidst a gradually alleviating provision status in polysilicon. ...  more

PV Industry Price Trend: Amplified Shipment Intensity of Large-Sized Products to Pressure Auxiliary Materials for Modules to Compromise in Prices

published: 2021-10-28 17:21 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon Polysilicon quotations had slightly fluctuated this week. With the end of the month approaching, most polysilicon businesses have started to negotiate for orders in November, and there has been a low level of concluded orders in the market after the release of the RMB 275/KG quotation last week. ...  more

PV Industry Price Trend: Stabilized Quotations and Apparent Bargaining Seen in Each Sectors as Cell Market’s Reduced Production Yields Significant Pressure

published: 2021-10-21 16:31 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon The degree of inflation had shrunken for polysilicon quotations this week, with a minor increment in the concluded prices of mono polysilicon. Significant adjustments have yet to be seen among industrial quotations as most first-tier businesses have essentially settled on long-term orders, though a small portion of orders are carrying on with the rising trend, followed by successive concluded transactions, which prompted the mainstream quotations for mono polysilicon to RMB 257-275/kg this week. ...  more

PV Industry Price Trend: Polysilicon Supply Remains Concerning as Upstream and Downstream of Industry Chain Continue with the Inflation Tendency

published: 2021-10-14 16:44 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon Polysilicon quotations continued to rise this week, with successive conclusions seen among high price orders recently. The quotations for mono polysilicon were fluctuating between RMB 250/kg and RMB 270/kg this week, while multi polysilicon sat at RMB 110-130/kg. ...  more

PV Industry Price Trend: Polysilicon and Wafer Prices Expected to Rise Continuously as High Cost and Production Restrictions Inhibit Mid and Downstream Operating Rate Relentlessly

published: 2021-09-30 16:27 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon Polysilicon quotations had sustained a large fluctuation this week, with the overall market still under price negotiation. As the end of the month approaches, most businesses have started to negotiate for October orders, and the demand for next month is seemingly unabated according to the level of order enquiries. ...  more

PV Industry Price Trend: Upstream Polysilicon Inflation Remains Unabated amidst Apparent Pressure in the Module Sector

published: 2021-09-23 17:22 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon The polysilicon market saw a relatively sluggish level of transactions this week, and overall prices remained temporarily stable. Most polysilicon businesses are still in the delivery phase this week, and have yet to adjust the mainstream quotations, where mono polysilicon is maintained at roughly RMB 215/kg in mainstream quotation, while multi polysilicon is now at US$105/kg. ...  more

PV Industry Price Trend: End Sector Forces an Incandescence State in Module Prices amidst Apparent Inflation from Upstream Sector

published: 2021-09-16 16:29 | editor | category: Price Trend
Polysilicon Polysilicon quotations continued to rise this week, where most concluded transactions had come from sporadic orders. The demand for sporadic polysilicon orders has ascended significantly amidst the continuously increasing operating rate from downstream wafer businesses, while most first-tier businesses are currently delivering products according to the September orders that were previously locked on, with essentially no additional products for sales, and individual businesses are also successively signing for October orders. ...  more