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Thursday 19 January 2012
Digitimes Research: Philips to invest EUR2 billion in green products
Third-quarter 2011 revenues of the lighting business unit in Philips were EUR1.886 billion (US$2.4 billion), a 8.1% increase on quarter and 32% on year. Sales from LED lighting accounted...
Tuesday 17 January 2012
Asustek expected to suffer 20% on-quarter decline in 1Q12 revenues
Asustek Computer is expected to see on-quarter revenues drop of 20% in the first quarter of 2012 with the amount drop to only NT$80 billion (US$2.67 billion) from about NT$100 billion...
Wednesday 11 January 2012
Digitimes Research: Global solar market to grow by 11.9% to 26.9GW in 2012
The solar industry faced oversupply problems that caused significant price drops in 2011. Most solar firms faced losses. However, the rapid decrease of cost for solar PV systems induced...
Tuesday 3 January 2012
Chinese and European vendors lower solar module prices in Europe market
China-based vendors of solar modules have lowered quotes from EUR0.8-0.85/watt at the end of 2011 to EUR0.7-0.8/watt currently, while Europe-based competitors have also decreased...
Friday 23 December 2011
Gintech sees capacity fully occupied
Gintech Energy, a Taiwan-based maker of solar cells, has received rush orders with prices above US$0.50/watt to fully occupy its production capacities, with some shipments scheduled...
Tuesday 1 November 2011
Asustek and Acer quibble over notebook vendor rankings in China and Europe
Asustek Computer, citing figures from research firm IDC, pointed out that the company's notebook shipments in China have already surpassed Acer and it has become the second largest...
Monday 24 October 2011
Commentary: Taiwan solar industry needs government support
After a wave of bankruptcies declared by US-based solar firms in third-quarter 2011, some Europe-based solar firms have also been reportedly facing difficulties obtaining funding...
Monday 19 September 2011
A new wave of PC price cuts may approach Europe market
Europe is expected to experience another wave of PC price cuts after the price war triggered by Acer's inventory digestion earlier in the year, as Acer's former-CEO Gianfranco Lanci...
Monday 19 September 2011
Former Acer CEO Lanci joins Lenovo; Acer claims firm step in Europe
Gianfranco Lanci, former CEO and present of Taiwan-based vendor Acer, has joined China-based vendor Lenovo as an Italy-based consultant for strengthening Lenovo's presence and marketing...
Tuesday 23 August 2011
Taiwan solar firms over-dependent on Europe and US customers
The return of demand in the third quarter has not been as strong as expected, hence many small- and medium-size solar firms in China might face production halts, according to China-based...
Monday 22 August 2011
LED market shows slight growth in 2Q11
Low demand for LED TVs and the decreasing number of LED chips used per device have been causing the LED market to grow just 12.4% on quarter compared to first-quarter 2011. LED market...
Wednesday 10 August 2011
PV demand forecast for 2011 raises over 22GW, says IMS Research
Despite a very weak start to the year, IMS Research has recently increased its forecast for the full year by more than 1GW and predicts more than 22GW of new PV capacity will be added...
Friday 22 July 2011
China-made PV modules less expensive than locally-made ones in Europe
In the Europe market, prices for PV modules made in Europe stand at EUR1.10-1.30/W (US$1.56-1.84/W) currently, while first-tier and second-tier China-based makers quote EUR0.90/W...
Wednesday 13 July 2011
Europe debt crisis might affect the solar industry
The debt crisis in Europe might cause more turbulence in the solar industry. Italy, one of the biggest solar markets behind Germany, has been speculated to have unstable national...
Wednesday 22 June 2011
Panel pricing for June remains flat
The price of panels in June has remained flat due to weak demand in Europe and the US and the problem with backlogs. The price for 32-inch panels is between US$147-150 per unit. The...