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Many China-based solar firms facing financial troubles

May 29, 15:21

As many China-based makers of polysilicon, solar wafers and cells have faced financial difficulties, a financial crisis may lead to some of them following the case of LDK Solar, according...

Commentary: Dependence on China solar firms may turn Taiwan supply chain into OEM factories

May 28, 11:01

The huge duties slapped onto China-made solar cells by the US Department of Commerce have been causing different effects in different economies.

solar cell

Solar firms in China may decrease investments in US

May 28, 10:19

The ripple effects of the anti-dumping duties announced by the US government against China-based solar firms continue to expand. Industry sources in China noted that some solar firms...

solar cells

Evidence of polysilicon dumping by US- and South Korea-based firms easily obtainable, say industry sources

May 25, 16:27

If the China government begins an anti-dumping investigations against US- and South Korea-based firms, the process will take much less time to determine a result, according to industry...

polysilicon

SolarWorld welcomes decision on anti-dumping duties on solar products from China

May 25, 12:29

SolarWorld AG, a Germany-based solar firm that has branch offices in the US, welcomes the preliminary decision of the US Department of Commerce to impose anti-dumping duties on solar...

China anti-dumping investigation against US, South Korea polysilicon suppliers would hurt local downstream players

May 25, 10:33

Mainly due to the imposition of anti-dumping tariffs by the US on China-made solar cells, China-based polysilicon makers have urged the China government to launch anti-dumping investigations...

solar cell

Suntech gross profit impacted by US anti-dumping duties

May 24, 10:57

Suntech Power, a China-based producer of solar panels, announced financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2012.

Trina Solar announces 1Q12 results

May 24, 10:53

Trina Solar, a China-based manufacturer of solar products, announced its financial results for the first quarter of 2012.

Some China solar cell makers looking for Taiwan partnerships

May 22, 15:42

In order to evade high punitive anti-dumping tariffs imposed in the US market, some first-tier China-based solar makers are seeking cooperation with Taiwan-based makers of crystalline...

solar cell

US solar firms may request duties on China-made solar modules

May 21, 11:57

The anti-dumping duties on China-made solar cells announced by the US government are unlikely to curb price competition of solar modules in the US market. US-based solar firms reportedly...

solar modules

Taiwan solar cell makers plan to increase quotes due to expected order increases from China

May 21, 11:19

The US government announced preliminary anti-dumping duties on China-made solar cells on May 17, 2012, and Taiwan-based solar cell makers reportedly plan to increase quotes due to...

solar cell

Suntech responds to preliminary decision on tariffs in US anti-dumping investigation of solar cells from China

May 18, 10:55

Suntech Power Holdings, a China-based producer of solar panels, has issued a statement regarding the US Department of Commerce's preliminary decision to impose anti-dumping duties...

HTC shipments to the US hit by customs proceedings

May 17, 01:30

HTC's second-quarter revenues will be seriously affected, as shipments of its two new models, the HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE, to the US have been banned temporarily due to customs...

China government may begin anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probe against US firms

May 17, 01:05

As the sixth annual SNEC 2012 PV Power Expo is currently being held in Shanghai, China, industry sources have indicated that there is a possibility that the China government will...

China awaits for US verdict of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation

May 14, 10:24

China local officials believe total tariffs on China-made solar products from the US government due to the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation will not exceed 20%. If the...

solar panels

Digitimes Research: Solar spot prices in Greater China freeze before final verdict of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation

May 11, 16:03

Spot prices of solar products in Greater China remained flat this week (May 7-11). Stable demand and clear order visibility have been helping solar firms maintain high capacity utilization...

solar module

US flat-panel TV prices surge in early 2012 as brands and retailers shift strategy, says IHS

May 10, 10:28

Although flat-panel television shipments are expected to decline in the United States this year, the sophistication of features used in the sets is on the rise, causing a rare, sharp...

March LED light bulb price fell by 2% in US market

Apr 30, 12:10

Due to the introduction of new LED light bulb products, global LED light bulb retail pricing in March 2012 showed signs of stability, after continuous price falls in the previous...

LED light bulbs

US solar market is cost-sensitive: Q&A with Chris O'Brien, head of market development at Oerlikon Solar

Apr 30, 09:58

The global solar market went through turbulences in 2011. The prospect for the solar market in 2012 is still unclear due to several incentive cuts by European governments and lack...

Oerlikon

PChome Online runs B2C business in US

Apr 9, 12:30

Taiwan-based PChome Online has started B2C online shopping service in the US market, targetting ethnic Chinese customers, according to company chairman Jan Hung-tze.

US LED lamp market to reach US$2.4 billion in 2016, says ElectroniCast

Mar 28, 15:16

According to ElectroniCast Consultants, the consumption of LED lamps in the US was US$592 million in 2011, an increase of 22% over 2010. The firm forecasts the consumption value will...

Digitimes Research: Consistent demand in US market keeps Greater China solar price steady

Mar 23, 16:04

The prices of solar products in Greater China continue to hold despite the concerns over the upcoming Germany feed-in-tariff (FIT) cuts. In addition, demand in the US has been picking...

solar module

SunPower reports 4Q11 and fiscal year 2011 results

Feb 17, 11:02

US-based solar firm SunPower reported fourth-quarter 2011 revenues of US$563.4 million, down from US$705.4 million in third-quarter 2011 and US$937.1 million in fourth-quarter 2010...

Digitimes Research: Solar PV installations booming in US southwestern states

Feb 10, 14:57

In the US, every state has its own solar PV incentive program. The ranking of the top-10 states that have the highest installations is expected to go through major reshuffles in 2011...

solar panels

Solar inverter market hits speed bump in 2011, says IHS

Feb 8, 15:01

Despite strong long-term growth prospects, the worldwide solar photovoltaic (PV) inverter space dipped slightly in 2011 as two big solar markets stalled or cut tariffs, even though...

AUO set to ship US-made solar solutions

Feb 7, 10:47

AU Optronics (AUO) has announced that it is ready to provide its customers with US-made solar solutions. The progress enriches AUO's global solar module capacity to span across Europe,...

Solar firms face numerous entry barriers in non-Europe markets

Feb 6, 11:13

Germany, the world's largest solar market, continues to influence the solar industry with policies. The market suspects Germany to move mid-year incentive cuts to April 1, 2012. Germany...

Solartech sees increasing January revenues

Feb 2, 01:30

Taiwan-based solar cell maker Solartech reported January revenues of NT$464 million (US$15.3 million), up 113.42% on month and down 71.42% on year. Solartech indicated that capacity...

solar cell

Cree sees fiscal 2Q12 revenues up sequentially

Jan 18, 16:35

Cree, a US-based LED lighting firm, has announced revenues of US$304.1 million for its second quarter of fiscal 2012, ended December 25, 2011. This represents an 18% increase compared...

Digitimes Research: US DOE plans to develop OLED solid state lighting

Newswatch - Jan 18, 15:20

The US Department of Energy (DOE) hopes to increase the efficiency of solid state lighting through projects that can incorporate the government with the industry. By improving solid...

More governments to set standards for LED lighting

Jan 16, 15:30

More governments around the globe are expected to set compulsory standards for LED lighting devices in 2012, which in turn will help reduce vicious price competition in the LED lighting...

LED lighting

Digitimes Research: Rising demand continues to push up polysilicon price in Greater China

Jan 13, 16:15

The spot price of polysilicon in Greater China continues to increase. Many small- and medium-size polysilicon firms suspended operations when the price was falling rapidly in 2011...

solar module

China solar firms reportedly increase orders to Taiwan to avoid possible US punitive tariffs

Jan 13, 12:11

Taiwan's solar industry has seen increases in orders reportedly from China-based firms that are trying to avoid possible tariffs resulted from the US anti-dumping and anti-subsidy...

solar cell

Low demand will likely continue in 1Q12, says Lite-On Semiconductor executive

Jan 12, 01:20

Eric Kuo, general manager of Taiwan-based Lite-On Semiconductor has expressed a conservative view for first-quarter 2012. Kuo noted that inventory levels in the semiconductor market...

Asustek expects notebook shipments in the US to grow 30% in 2012

Jan 12, 01:00

Despite seeing the PC market experiencing decline, and economies of the US and Europe are weakening, Asustek Computer still expects its notebook shipments in the US to grow 30% in...

Steven Chang, president of Asustek US
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    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet PC

    Samsung Electronics America has announced its Galaxy Note 10.1 for the US market. The Galaxy Note 10.1 extends the Galaxy Note category, delivering the functionality and precision...

    Photo: Company, Aug 17.

  • HTC+Rezound

    HTC Rezound

    HTC and Verizon Wireless have jointly announced the HTC Rezound, a LTE-enabled smartphone with Beats Audio integration, for the US market. HTC said that the new device delivers a...

    Photo: Company, Nov 8.

  • Suntech+HiPerforma+solar+module

    Suntech HiPerforma solar module

    Suntech has introduced the new HiPerforma 250 watt solar module that can be installed for residential, commercial and utility-scale uses. The module adopts Suntech's Pluto cell...

    Photo: Suntech, Jul 13.

  • Samsung+Infuse+4G

    Samsung Infuse 4G

    AT&T and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile) have announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung Infuse 4G. Exclusive to AT&T customers, the Samsung Infuse 4G...

    Photo: Company, May 17.

  • HTC+Droid+Incredible+2

    HTC Droid Incredible 2

    Verizon Wireless has announced that the HTC Droid Incredible 2, an Android-based smartphone, will be available beginning April 28 and sell for US$199.99 with two-year service agreements...

    Photo: Company, Apr 28.

The transition to 4k TV - UHD TV market forecast, 2014-2017

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