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  • PV modules produced by TSEC
    TSEC has disclosed it will expand its annual PV module production capacity from 500MWp to 800MWp in first-quarter 2020.
  • URE and Tainergy have reported net losses
    Solar cell and PV module makers United Renewable Energy (URE) and Tainergy Tech have reported net losses of NT$906.2 million (US$28.89 million) and NT$31.1 million respectively for second-quater 2019.
  • TSEC and Giga Solar report financial results
    Solar cell and PV module maker TSEC and PV conductive paste maker Giga Solar Materials saw second-quarter 2019 operations swing to net losses of NT$24.4 million (US$782,000) and NT$27.4 million respectively.
  • SAS to set up TOPCon solar cell capacity in 2H19
    Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS), a solar-grade crystalline silicon wafer and solar cell maker, has disclosed a plan to invest NT$300-400 million (US$9.6-12.8 million) to set up initial annual production capacity of 200MWp for N-type TOPCon (tunnel oxide passivated contact) mono-Si solar cells...
  • Mixed July growths for PV module makers
    Solar cell and PV module maker TSEC, United Renewable Energy (URE) and Motech Industries have reproted mixed growths for July.
  • SAS reports 2Q19 loss

    Aug 12, 10:32
    Solar wafer and cell maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) has reported net loss of NT$2.282 billion (US$72.78 million) for second-quarter 2019.
  • pv
    China-based solar-grade mono-Si wafer maker Tianjin Zhonghuan Semiconductor has acquired a 40% stake in China-based shingled array PV module maker DZS Solar from state-run power generation equipment maker Dongfang Electric, becoming its largest shareholder with a stake ratio of 77%, according to industry...
  • The US cuts anti-dumping tariffs on China solar cells and PV modules
    The US government, at the fifth review of the anti-dumping tariffs imposed on China-produced crystalline silicon solar cells and PV modules, has generally lowered final tariff rates from the rates determined at the fourth review, according to industry sources.
  • A rooftop
    AU Optronics (AUO) has announced it and its investment arm Konly Venture will jointly add stake investment of NT$1.65 billion (US$53.1 million) in Star Shining Energy, a Taiwan-based holding company handling PV power generation projects.
  • pv
    Second- and third-tier China-based PERC solar cell makers have cut prices to levels significantly lower than those quoted by first-tier ones, according to industry sources.
  • Global PV module demand in 2019 will reach 125.5GWp, increasing 15.99% on year, according to EnergyTrend under Taiwan-based TrendForce.
  • GET to be dissolved

    Jul 17, 11:28
    The board of directors of Green Energy Technology (GET) has announced a decision to liquidate and dissolve the soalr-grade crystalline silicon wafer company.
  • United
    Solar cell and PV module maker United Renewable Energy (URE), in line with continued transformation of business operationa to return to profitability, is likely to further cut personnel in second-half 2019, according to company chairman Sam Hong.
  • REC Silicon has disclosed it will suspend its FBR facility in Moses Lake, Washington on July 15, 2019 as its access to polysilicon market in China has not been restored.
  • solar
    PERC solar cell international prices have been dropping 3-4% weekly with no signs of stopping amid weak demand, according to industry sources.
  • Solar cell and PV module makers United Renewable Energy (URE) has reported sequential decrease in June consolidated revenues, while fellow makers Motech Industries and TSEC saw sequential growth in the month.
  • e-ton
    E-Ton Solar Tech has announced a plan to lay off most of its employees after deciding to suspend solar cell production in April 2019.
  • SAS chairman MK Lu
    Taiwan's PV subsidization program is less active and efficient in boosting innovation in technology than China's, according to MK Lu, chairman of solar-grade silicon wafer and solar cell maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS).
  • PV modules made of CelcoN solar cells
    Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) has unveiled CelcoN, an N-type solar cell model using TOPCon (tunnel oxide passivated contact) manufacturing technology, and plans to start production in the first half of 2020, according to company president Doris Hsu.
  • sas
    Solar-grade silicon wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) has announced the recognition of a provision of NT$4.35 billion (US$138 million) for an onerous contract for supply of polysilicon.
  • SoftBank Group chairman Masayoshi Son believes artificial intelligence (AI) will bring the biggest paradigm shift in human history, revolutionizing all industries. Son was speaking for the first time in public in Taiwan at...
  • Foxconn founder Terry Gou (right) and Digitimes president Colley Hwang (left)
    Foxconn Technology Group founder Terry Gou has noted that G2 - the US and China - will replace G20 in a new leadership framework: one world, two systems.
  • Katerra chairman Michael Marks
    Michael E Marks, incumbent chairman of Katerra and former CEO of Flextronics has pointed out that Taiwan should focus on the manufacturing of products with premium values instead of mass production of entry-level devices.
  • Digitimes president Colley Hwang
    Commenting on the US-China trade tensions and how they are affecting the ICT upstream supply chains in Taiwan, Japan and Korea, Digitimes president Colley Hwang has pointed out that the row is in fact a war between the two superpowers over control of technologies.
  • SoftBank Group founder Masayoshi Son
    SoftBank Group founder Masayoshi Son believes artificial intelligence will bring the biggest paradigm shift in human history, revolutionize all industries.

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