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San'an obtains subsidy for MOCVD tool purchases

Oct 25, 15:45

China-based LED epitaxial wafer and chip maker San'an Optoelectronics has obtained first-phase subsidy of CNY124 million (US$18.7 million) from the government of Xiamen City, southeastern...

Foxconn chairman to visit Wisconsin in early October

Sep 26, 12:38

Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) chairman Terry Gou is expected to visit Wisconsin, the US in early October to sign agreements with the local government for the subsidy...

Foxconn chairman Terry Gou

Sanan Optoelectronics tops China LED chip makers in government subsidy

Aug 1, 15:41

Sanan Optoelectronics has obtained the largest amount of subsidies from China's government authorities among all local LED epitaxial wafer and chip makers, according to industry so...

China LED industry recovering

Jul 4, 11:17

As demand for LED end devices has resumed growth amid shortages of LED chip supply, China's LED makers have recently begun expanding their capacities and local governments are also...

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BYD loses CNY1.79 billion deal for electric buses

Jul 15, 14:19

China-based own-brand electric vehicle maker BYD in early July won an open-bid for the procurement of 2,919 electric buses from Shenzhen Western Bus, an operator of public transportation...

China government tightens tax incentives, subsidies to enterprises

Dec 23, 12:21

China's State Council has recently ordered its local governments to fully re-inspect their existing subsidy and tax-cut programs for enterprises and they will also need to receive...

Intel decides to keep tablet subsidies, say sources

Nov 24, 15:08

Intel has reportedly decided to continue subsidizing its mobile device processor platform after a series of evaluations recently and will even expand the product coverage from 10-inch...

China telecom subsidy changes spur declines in smartphone display prices, says DisplaySearch

Oct 2, 18:44

After hitting a peak in March and April of this year, smartphone demand in China decreased after China telecom carriers stopped providing subsidies to smartphone vendors. According...

DOE to start investigating anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties for Taiwan PV imports

Jan 29, 09:14

The International Trade Association (ITA), an institute belonging to the US Department of Commerce, has announced it will start investigating anti-dumping and countervailing duties...

Japan to revise PV subsidy downward, investment in PV system installation may increase in the short run, says EnergyTrend

Nov 26, 14:23

Rumors have it that the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry of Japan (METI) is considering revising PV subsidy downward to JPY34/kWh in 2014 and JPY30/kWh in 2015. According...

Digitimes Research: US new solar installations may only reach 3.5GW in 2013

May 24, 10:37

The US has rich natural resources and states in the southwest region have sufficient sunshine with an annual average of over 2,200 hours. Western states in the US have been introducing...

Commentary: Sanan financial report scandal stirs subsidy controversy

Apr 15, 11:34

China-based LED industry leader Sanan Optoelectronics has been accused of falsifying financial reports, according to China-based media. This has sparked a debate concerning what critics...

Commentary: The rise and the possible fall of Suntech

Mar 15, 14:40

Suntech Power Holdings, a China-based solar module giant, said on March 11, 2013, that it has signed a forbearance agreement with the holders of more than 60% of the firm's 3% convertible...

Gigastorage hopes Taiwan government to increase annual solar installation limit

Mar 8, 10:59

The necessity of having nuclear power plants has been under debate recently in Taiwan. Taiwan-based solar wafer maker Gigastorage has suggested four ways that the government can take...

Digitimes Research: Europe solar installations to account for 35% of global installations in 2013

Feb 4, 10:48

Over-investment in 2010-2011 caused the solar industry to suffer from falling prices and increasing net losses in 2012. However, due to policy promotions and solar incentives in various...

China market: Golden Sun projects reach total installation capacity of 4.54GW in 2012

Jan 22, 10:45

China's Golden Sun Demonstration projects achieved a total installation capacity of 4.54GW in 2012, up 548.57% from 2011, according to media reports from China. China's government...

Taiwan market: MOEA subsidies help sales of energy-saving home appliances

Jan 18, 15:29

Due to oil and electricity price hikes, the second wave of energy-saving home appliance subsidies introduced by Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) in 2012 showed positive...

Everlight to ship nearly 50,000 LED street lamps to Taiwan government projects by end of 2Q13

Jan 15, 14:18

Taiwan-based Everlight Electronics has won two contracts from the Kaohsiung City Government, southern Taiwan, to each supply about 10,000 LED street lamps, and together with contracts...

Access to China domestic solar demand limited

Jan 4, 14:52

The China government has been eager to develop and expand domestic solar demand because the solar supply chain faces anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations in international...

Hareon Solar obtains CNY500 million subsidy, say reports

Dec 27, 22:01

China-based Hareon Solar has announced that the firm has obtained government funding of CNY210 million (US$33 million), and has accumulated total subsidies of CNY500 million in one...

Taiwan solar firms not keen to invest in China projects

Dec 27, 11:06

China's domestic solar demand has been rising, but due to risks, Taiwan-based makers believe the best way to enter the market is to provide products such as solar cells instead of...

Japan likely to cut solar feed-in tariff in 2013, say Taiwan makers

Dec 26, 11:11

The Japan government is likely to reduce the feed-in tariff (FIT) rate for solar PV system installations from JPY42 (US$0.50)/kWh currently to either JPY36/kWh or JPY32/kWh in March...

Taiwan Bureau of Energy to help solar firms develop US, Thailand markets

Dec 19, 21:36

Taiwan's Bureau of Energy plans to hold a business conference regarding Taiwan-based firms developing markets such as the US and Thailand on December 21, 2012.

Taiwan LED industry output in 4Q12 to fall slightly, says IEK

Nov 23, 11:06

According to the Industrial Economics and Knowledge Center (IEK), Taiwan's total LED industry output value in the third quarter of 2012 was NT$24.2 billion (US$830 million), representing...

Digitimes Research: Thailand solar market has good prospects

Nov 1, 16:09

Thailand enjoys long sunshine hours. Its capital city, Bangkok, has an average year-round temperature of 24-degrees Celsius with over 1,800 sunshine hours/year. Central and Northeastern...

Digitimes Research: Rising demand for houses with embedded solar PV systems in Japan

Oct 22, 12:15

Power generated by residential rooftop solar PV systems accounts for more than 80% of total solar-generated power in Japan. However, the cost per unit of Japan's residential solar...

Commentary: Short-term subsidization will not help LED industry in the long run

Oct 19, 15:32

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) recently announced plans to subsidize household LED light bulbs, but, there are no unified standards that measure the energy-saving qualities...

China first LED lighting subsidy to reach CNY2 billion

Oct 11, 21:32

The list of firms that have been chosen in China's first round of LED lighting subsidies has been announced. Market observers believe the 39 firms will obtain a total subsidy for...

Taiwan market: Government plans to provide NT$10 billion subsidy for green energy industry

Aug 27, 15:39

The Taiwan government plans to set up a fund of NT$10 billion (US$333 million) to save the green energy industry which has been suffering from market downturns. However, the fund...

Sanan Opto supported by China government in developing sapphire substrates, says Digitimes Research

Aug 20, 16:22

Sanan Optoelectronics has been experiencing record high revenues and profit margins in first-half 2012. Nevertheless, the firm's inventory turnover days is relatively high showing...

Digitimes Research: China aims to expand LED industry output value through subsidy programs

Aug 10, 12:02

The 12th Five-Year Plan announced by China's government indicates targets of the semiconductor lighting industry before 2015.

Italy solar market set for disaster as new incentive budget could be blown, says IMS Research

Jul 24, 14:15

The budget available to for Italy's Conto Energia V (CE5) solar PV incentive program could be cut to less than half of the intended amount, wiping out any feed-in-tariff (FIT) budget...

China to expand LED lighting subsidies

Jul 23, 16:24

The China government has raised the bar for LED lighting standards used to measure eligibility for subsidy programs in 2012-2013. In addition, firms cannot bid on projects with prices...

LED street lamps

Chongqing government turning strict over subsidy qualifications

Jul 23, 16:08

Subsidies that the government of Chongqing, China has promised to the notebook supply chain to attract them to invest in the city, are reportedly seeing qualifications become more...

Foxconn reportedly in disagreement with Brazil government

Jul 19, 01:40

Foxconn Electronics' (Hon Hai Precision Industry) investment in Brazil reportedly is facing some issues as the two sides are currently having disagreements over investment projects...

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