Tag Archives: Germany

Your Monday Briefings: All the Solar News (Week 4)

published 2020 年 01 月 21 日 10:00 | editor | category News
Regional Markets 1.  Austria Austria’s new administration has promised to fit 1 million roofs with PV installations by 2030.The Austrian government also pledged to obtain all the electricity from the renewables by 2030 and to make the Alpen country climate neutral by 2040. ...  more

SolarWorld Americas Will Continue Operating

published 2017 年 05 月 15 日 18:57 | editor | category News
SolarWorld AG collapsed and has already filed for insolvency proceedings. Days after SolarWorld AG announced the insolvency, SolarWorld Americas announced that it will operate as usual without being affected by its par...  more

Wuxi Suntech Establishes Branch in Germany, Europe

published 2016 年 12 月 13 日 16:01 | editor | category News
In order to further improve its sales and services, and develop its markets in Europe, Wuxi Suntech announced the establishment of its European branch in Germany on December 12th. Shuangquan He, Executive President of Wuxi Suntech...  more

aleo Starts 30MW PERC Cell Production, Initially

published 2016 年 09 月 14 日 16:47 | editor | category News
aleo Sunrise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Germany-based solar manufacturer aleo that was acquired by Taiwan’s SAS, officially started production on “CELCO” PERC cells. SAS started renovation and rest...  more

German Company to Develop 30MW PV Project in Iran

published 2016 年 09 月 08 日 18:00 | editor | category News
Germany-based solar PV developer Solarwatt announced to develop a 30MW PV power plant in Iran, while the company is applying for permission to build. Germany has been the major European trade partner to Iran. German government lau...  more

81.6MW: PV Installations in Germany in July

published 2016 年 09 月 06 日 17:55 | editor | category News
PV market in Germany keeps declining in contrast to the strong demand in the previous years. Across the country, the PV installation capacity in July was only 81.6MW, lower than in June, according to the Federal Network Agency&rsq...  more