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  • Last update: Wednesday 15 October 2014 [74 news items]

GET not to expand solar wafer capacity

Oct 15, 15:24

Green Energy Technology (GET) has no plans to expand in-house solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer production capacity, company president Swean Lin said at an October 14 press conference...

Green Energy Technology sees increased August revenues

Stockwatch - Sep 5, 10:49

Solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer maker Green Energy Technology on September has reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.272 billion (US$42.4 million) for August, increasing 4.18%...

GET may set up PV module factory abroad to cope with US anti-dumping taxation

Jul 28, 10:58

Viewing that the US Department of Commerce's decision on preliminary anti-dumping tariffs on PV products imported from China and Taiwan will have a negative impact on Taiwan PV makers,...

Neo Solar, Gintech, GET see sequential drops in June revenues

Jul 7, 14:42

Crystalline silicon solar cell makers Neo Solar Power and Gintech Energy and solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) saw consolidated revenues for...

Green Energy Technology may swing to profitability in 3Q14, says president

Jun 30, 10:45

Solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) is likely to see its business turn from the red in the third quarter of 2014, according to company president...

GET, Gintech set up PV module joint venture

Jun 19, 11:51

Solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) and cell maker Gintech Energy have announced the establishment of a PV module joint venture, Gintung Energy, with an initial paid-in...

SAS, GET see May revenues increase

Jun 6, 10:40

Solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) on June 5 reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.381 billion (US$79.0 million) for May, hitting a...

Gintech, GET plan to merge subsidiaries

May 13, 11:15

Taiwan-based solar cell maker Gintech Energy plans to merge with PV module maker Apollo Solar Energy, a subsidiary solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET), while GET plans...

Green Energy Technology 1Q14 net loss shrinks over 80% sequentially

May 12, 21:45

Taiwan-based solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) suffered a net loss of NT$131 million (US$4.3 million) for the first quarter, an improvement...

SAS hits record revenues for March

Stockwatch - Apr 8, 14:40

Taiwan-based solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) brought in consolidated revenues of NT$2.332 billion (US$76.8 million) for March, hitting...

Green Energy Technology posts large loss for 2013

Mar 28, 10:40

Taiwan-based solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) on March 27 released its financial report for 2013, recording consolidated revenues of NT$13.258...

Giga Solar January revenues hit record for 7th month

Feb 10, 15:18

PV conductive paste maker Giga Solar Materials posted consolidated revenues of NT$750 million (US$24.8 million) for January, hitting a record for the seventh consecutive month and...

Neo Solar, GET report strong December sales

Jan 7, 11:03

Crystalline silicon solar cell maker Neo Solar Power generated December consolidated revenues of NT$2.406 billion (US$80.2 million), hitting the highest since March 2011 and increasing...

Solar players see increased November revenues

Dec 6, 14:56

Taiwan-based crystalline silicon solar cell maker Neo Solar Power and solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer makers Green Energy Technology (GET), Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS)...

Spot prices for solar-grade silicon wafers slightly up, says GET

Oct 15, 12:19

The average spot market quote for solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafer has risen slightly by 1.18% to US$0.86/W, while that for high-efficiency models by 1.09% to US$0.926/W,...

GET September revenues hit 24-month high

Stockwatch - Oct 8, 15:07

Solar-grade crystalline silicon ingot and wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) has reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.16 billion (US$39.3 million) for September 2013, the...

Green Energy Technology August revenues hit 23-month high

Stockwatch - Sep 6, 14:05

Solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) has reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.128 billion (US$37.6 million) for August, the highest monthly...

Taiwan solar-grade silicon wafer makers expected to have improved operations in 2H13

Sep 2, 22:57

Green Energy Technology (GET), Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) and Gigastorage, the three main Taiwan-based makers of solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafers, are expected...

Green Energy Technology June revenues hit 20-month high

Jul 9, 11:13

Green Energy Technology (GET), a Taiwan-based maker of solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafers, on July 8 reported consolidated revenues of NT$1.040 billion (US$34.5 million) for...

EU duty on China-made solar products to help Taiwan solar industry, says SAS

Jun 27, 10:58

The European Union (EU) has imposed a tentative anti-dumping tariff of 11.8% on solar products imported from China and is negotiating with the China government. If both sides reach...

GET to hike solar wafer capacity

Jun 26, 13:57

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) has upgraded ingot slicing technology and will invest NT$50 million (US$1.67 million) to expand monthly production from...

GET reports 2012 net loss of NT$3 billion

Jun 25, 10:51

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) announced 2012 consolidated revenues of NT$9.836 billion (US$326 million), down by 47.16% on year. In particular, sales...

GET disposes of Shihlien Energy shares

Feb 5, 12:31

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) announced plans to sell all is Shihlien Energy shares, with the total transaction estimated at NT$334 million (US$11 million)...

GET sees December revenues decrease 3.75% on-month

Jan 9, 22:06

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) saw December revenues reach NT$739 million (US$25 million), representing an on-month decrease of 3.75% and on-year decrease...

GET sees November revenues increase 22% on-month

Dec 6, 22:00

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) saw November revenues increase 22% on month. The firm noted that December revenues will be flat compared to November and...

GET expects full capacity in November

Nov 30, 10:59

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) saw capacity utilization rate increase in October and is likely to reach full capacity in November. GET has been increasing...

Polysilicon firms may reduce capacity to prevent further price falls

Nov 23, 10:55

The spot price of polysilicon has been falling to US$15/kg, close to the variable cost for many firms. Even industry leader, China-based GCL-Poly, saw third-quarter capacity utilization...

GET reaches nearly full capacity due to increased outsourcing orders

Nov 7, 14:46

Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) saw capacity utilization rate fall to 50% in September, nevertheless, the firm reported capacity has been close to full...

Shih-Yuan Lin, general manager of GET

GET defers plans to rent solar wafer capacity in China

Oct 11, 13:52

Taiwan-based solar-grade polysilicon wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET) has deferred plans to rent production capacity in China because wafer prices have been falling, according...

Continuous price falls prevent solar firms developing new technologies

Sep 27, 14:09

The trade barriers built up by the US and EU have yet to stop the price fall of solar products and the continuous decline has been keeping firms away from developing mono-crystalline...

GET downward adjusts solar wafer capacity utilization to 50% due to price drops

Sep 26, 01:00

Taiwan-based solar-grade polycrystalline silicon wafer maker Green Energy Technology (GET), in view of continual decreases in solar wafer prices, has adjusted its strategy by selecting...

SAS, GET inclined to hike solar wafer prices, some China-based fellow makers to not follow suit

Jan 10, 14:57

Viewing that prices for polycrystalline silicon are rising from US$25-28/kg to US$30/kg, Taiwan-based Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) and Green Energy Technology (GET) are inclined...

polysilicon

Solar wafer inventory cleared out, says GET president

Dec 9, 11:11

Green Energy Technology (GET) has cleaned its inventory of solar wafers, and its supply of A++ wafers with energy conversion rates of 17-17.2% has been slightly short of demand with...

Lin Her-Lon

GET posts gloomy 4Q11 forecasts

Oct 31, 15:29

Taiwan-based solar cell maker Green Energy Technology (GET) in the first quarter forecast that 2011 earnings per share (EPS) would come to NT$15 (US$0.50). Its estimation made in...

GCL-Poly blamed for wafer price drops

Oct 6, 01:15

China-based integrated solar firm GCL-Poly is being blamed for pushing down prices of solar wafers and worsening market conditions. During a speech delivered by GCL-Poly CEO Shu Hua...

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