2017-04-12

Construction Begins for Taiwan’s Largest Module Factory

The scale of module capacity in Taiwan is always limited due to weak demand from the downstream sectors. But as the new government proposed the plan to achieve 20GW by 2025, manufacturers become optimistic about the future demand. TS.. more
2017-03-28

YieldCo Companies See the Green Light to be Listed in Taiwan

A YieldCo vehicle for renewable energy can be a method to collect capitals. Nonetheless, lack of related regulations, this type of companies still cannot be listed in Taiwan. Taiwan authority expressed that they will study and plan to set up reg.. more
2017-03-24

Taiwan PV Giants Report Loss for 2016

Taiwanese leading solar companies, Neo Solar Power (NSP), Gintech Energy, Motech Industries, and SAS have already announced their financial results for 2016. Due to steep price decrease across the PV value chain, all these PV giants.. more
2017-03-23

BIG SUN Proves iPV Tracker Generates 44% More Power than Traditional Systems in Japan

Penetrating the Japanese solar market can be a difficult task for overseas companies, especially for the downstream sector that requires localized services. However, Taiwanese company BIG SUN Group has achieved this with its solar tracking system -- iPV Tracker. .. more
2017-03-22

Green Energy Technology and Gixia to Prompt BIPV Application

Space and power grids are key to solar projects. However, the sun shines around the globe, it is necessary for people to create a new idea for solar power – it can be everywhere. Taiwan solar company Green Energy Technology (GET) and design company Gixia therefo.. more
2017-03-09

[PV EXPO/SYSTEM 2017] Taiwanese PV Firms Seek to Stand Out with Technology and Applications

Taiwanese photovoltaic manufacturers sought to differentiate themselves from competitors with technology and applications at this year’s PV Expo in Japan, EnergyTrend reported. Taiwanese makers have made up an important part of past expo.. more
2017-03-03

U.S. Caps AD Rate for Taiwan-Based Cell Suppliers at 4.2% According to Preliminary Result of 2014~2016 Solar Trade Case Review

 The U.S. Department of Commerce that on March 1 announced changes to the antidumping duties (AD) that are imposed on PV cell imports from Taiwanese suppliers during the 2014~2016 period. According to the preliminary result of the case review, the Commerce Depa.. more

 

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