Tuesday 21 June 2011
British, Taiwan solar firms to hold seminar
The British Trade and Cultural Office (BTCO) in Taiwan will be holding "UK Solar PV Market Development Seminar" in Taiwan on June 21. The purpose of the seminar is to introduce...
Tuesday 14 June 2011
Solar cell price continues to fall despite slight return of demand, says industry source
Rumors in the European market indicated quotations of Taiwan-based solar cells have been falling to US$0.80/watt. Despite a slight return of demand, the price of solar products still...
Wednesday 8 June 2011
E-Ton Solar and Giga Solar May revenues show more than 40% decrease on month
Taiwan-based solar cell maker, E-Ton Solar, has reported a 41.88% sequential decrease in May revenues. PV paste provider, Giga Solar, also reported May revenues down 44.37% on month,...
Thursday 2 June 2011
Solartech May revenues decrease 42% on month
Solartech has announced May revenues down 42% on month. According to Solartech, the solar market has been weak around the world causing capacity utilization rates to decrease to 60-70%...
Monday 30 May 2011
Solar market in Germany returns to spotlight
The solar market focus has been on Italy's new incentive program. The market has been bleak and prices have been falling like dominoes. Industry sources wish to understand more of...
Monday 23 May 2011
Weak solar market may trigger lay-offs
Weak demand has been forcing Taiwan-based cell makers to make adjustments on capacity. Rumors have claimed that a possible wave of lay-offs will begin to spread in the industry, with...
Wednesday 11 May 2011
Solar cell makers suffer sequential falls in April revenues
Gintech Energy, Neo Solar Power, Solartech Energy, DelSolar and E-Ton Solar Tech, five Taiwan-based first-tier makers of crystalline silicon solar cells, had April 2011 revenues dropping...
Monday 9 May 2011
Bleak April revenues for solar cell makers, says paper
Taiwan-based solar cell makers have been facing tough challenges as average selling prices (ASP) have been falling off a cliff, inventory in Europe has been piling up, and the Taiwan...
Friday 6 May 2011
Stagnating PV installations in Germany might lead to small incentive cuts in July
PV system installation in Germany has been stalling and if the situation continues, it is likely the planned incentive cut in July 2011 will decrease in magnitude. In addition to...
Monday 2 May 2011
Soaring shipments and falling gross margins for solar cell firms
Shipments and monthly revenues have been soaring for solar cell makers due to falling prices and massive capacity expansions, but their earnings per share (EPS) and gross margins...
Thursday 21 April 2011
Inventec chairman becomes a director of GIH
Inventec Group chairman Yeh Kuo-yi has become a director of a subsidiary of E-Ton Solar Tech, in an apparent move to reform the management of the solar-cell maker.
Thursday 14 April 2011
Solar cell makers report mixed results for March 2011
Motech Industries, Neo Solar Power and E-Ton Solar Tech have reported sequential declines in revenues for March 2011, while fellow solar cell company Gintech Energy managed a double-digit...
Wednesday 9 March 2011
Motech February revenues reach NT$2.7 billion
Solar cell maker Motech Industries has reported February revenues of NT$2.745 billion (US$93.4 million), up 15.34% sequentially and 83.2% on year. Revenues in January and February...
Thursday 27 January 2011
Inventec takes 47.97% share of solar cell maker E-Ton
Inventec has announced that it will invest NT$5.06 billion (US$174.27 million) to acquire a 47.97% stake in solar cell maker E-Ton Solar Tech. Inventec will purchase 230 million shares...
Thursday 27 January 2011
Foxconn backs out of E-Ton private placement deal
Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) on the morning of January 27 announced that it is no longer participating in E-Ton Solar Tech's new share private placement, citing...
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