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  • Last update: Friday 14 September 2012 [13 news items]

Commentary: Global solar market losing energy

Sep 14, 11:15

Since the second quarter of 2011, the global solar market has been a ship trying to sail in a hurricane. Solar markets in Europe and the US have been building up trade barriers while...

China-based solar firms buying unused second-hand thin-film solar equipment

Aug 6, 10:35

Solar firms have been looking for unused second-hand solar equipment. Currently, polysilicon equipment is under negotiation, while thin-film equipment has been sold due to existing...

Solar equipment firms reportedly cut R&D expenses

Aug 3, 11:51

The low demand in the solar market has been hitting every segment including solar equipment firms. As customers refuse to expand capacity, equipment firms have been lacking capital...

Centrotherm bankruptcy will not affect Sunshine PV, says Solartech

Jul 12, 12:33

The world's largest solar equipment firm, Germany-based Centrotherm, filed for bankruptcy protection on July 11. Centrothem has been an important provider of solar equipment to Taiwan's...

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Limited funds and lack of capacity expansion plans plague solar equipment sector

Jun 18, 12:45

On June 13, the world's second largest solar equipment firm, Germany-based Centrotherm, issued a statement indicating financial troubles of its credit lines. The firm noted that negotiations...

solar equipment

Centrotherm faces credit line issues

Jun 18, 12:41

Due to the continued poor market environment, and the resultant strained financing situation, merchandise credit insurance companies have informed Centrotherm, a Germany-based solar...

China solar PV equipment suppliers grab further market-share gains, says Solarbuzz

Jan 17, 15:32

Ambitious solar PV manufacturing capacity investments across the Asia Pacific region during 2011 have provided substantial revenue growth for local solar equipment suppliers, according...

Qatar Solar Technologies to build US$1 billion polysilicon plant

Oct 5, 16:29

Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) announced that it will be building a polysilicon production facility worth approximately US$1 billion in Qatar.

Solar equipment makers fear postponed installations

May 10, 15:20

The spillover effect of the current sluggish conditions of the solar industry has begun to spread fear into equipment manufacturers. The positively correlated relationship between...

Applied Materials remains PV-tool leader but Centrotherm eyeing the spot in 2011, says Solarbuzz

Jan 18, 11:05

The leading equipment beneficiary during 2010 was Applied Materials with strong process tool supply to tier-1 cell manufacturers, supplemented by deferred revenue recognition from...

Sunshine PV installs CIGS thin-film PV module line from Centrotherm

Aug 3, 16:10

Sunshine PV, a Taiwan-based maker of CIGS (copper-indium-gallium-selenide) thin-film photovoltaic (PV) modules, has installed a production line supplied by Germany-based Centrotherm...

CIGS thin-film PV has good prospects, says Centrotherm executive

May 6, 14:26

CIGS (copper-indium-gallium-selenide) thin-film photovoltaic (PV) technology has development and market potential, emphasized thin-film technology director Dieter Schmid for Germany-based...

Neo Solar Power eyes 20% solar cell conversion rate with Centrotherm partnership

Aug 20, 12:30

Neo Solar Power signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with equipment vendor Centrotherm Photovoltaics on August 19, aiming to form a partnership that will boost the power conversion...

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