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  • Last update: Monday 13 April 2015 [11 news items]

Sunrise Global to expand PERC solar cell capacity

Apr 13, 15:56

Solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) will have its subsidiary maker Sunrise Global Solar Energy expand annual production capacity for PERC...

SAS expects solar wafer capacity to be in full use in 1Q15, says president

Feb 2, 11:00

Solar wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) expects utilization of its polycrystalline ingot growing capacity to rise from 70% currently to 100% in first-quarter 2015,...

SAS sets up joint venture to buy Aleo Solar assets

Feb 6, 11:24

Taiwan-based Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) has announced its subsidiary Sunrise Global Solar Energy - a monocrystalline silicon solar cell maker - will establish a Germany-based...

SAS to merge with Sunrise Global Solar through stock swap

Aug 12, 19:56

Solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) has announced its merger with Sunrise Global Solar Energy, a manufacturer of P-type monocrystalline...

Solartech likely to return to profitability in June, says chairman

Jun 21, 11:27

Sino-American Silicon (SAS), Solartech, Sunrise and Sunshine PV held a joint press conference to exhibit their latest technologies on June 20.

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Balance in solar market to return in 2014-2015, says SAS chairman

Jun 21, 01:35

MK Lu, chairman of Taiwan-based Sino-American Silicon (SAS), believes continuous upgrades to R&D skills are a must for solar firms as market balance is likely to occur in 2014-2015...

MK Lu, chairman of SAS

Sunrise Global hits 19.2% efficiency for monocrystalline solar cells

Apr 26, 01:05

Sunrise Global Solar Energy (SGSE), a Taiwan-based maker of monocrystalline silicon solar cells, on April 25 announced it has attained an energy conversion rate of 19.2% for such...

SAS becomes second largest shareholder of Sunrise Global Solar Energy

Sep 23, 11:01

Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS), a Taiwan-based producer of solar-grade crystalline silicon wafers, has invested NT$950.18 million (US$29.8 million) to increase its stake in...

Taiwan-based SAS participates in PV power station construction in Italy

Oct 6, 11:13

Taiwan-based Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) on October 5 announced that the construction of a 1MWp (megawatt-peak) photovoltaic (PV) power-generating station in Apulia, Bari...

Taiwan solar cell maker Sunrise Global to double production capacity in November

Aug 5, 11:29

Taiwan-based monocrystalline solar cell maker Sunrise Global Solar Energy started operation of its first production line with an annual capacity of 30MWp (megawatt-peak) in January...

Taiwan solar cell maker Sunrise Global forms technology partnership with Australian university

Apr 28, 11:55

Sunrise Global Solar Energy (SGSE), a Taiwan-based maker of monocrystalline silicon solar cells, will cooperate with a research unit of Australia's New South Wales (NSW) University...

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