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Neo Solar Power subsidiary setting up PV system in UK

Oct 17, 10:59

Neo Solar Power's PV module and PV system EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) contract subsidiary, General Energy Solutions (GES), is installing a PV system with total capacity...

Proposed UK policy changes cause 215 solar PV farm prospects to be re-evaluated, says Solarbuzz

May 23, 12:25

The outcome of proposals for 215 ground-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) farms in the UK, with capacities in excess of 5MW, are now being re-evaluated, according to Solarbuzz. This...

Over 120 large-scale solar farms approved for construction in UK, says Solarbuzz

May 2, 11:06

The UK is forecast to be the largest solar photovoltaic (PV) market in Europe in 2014, fuelled by the rapid growth in ground-mounted solar PV farms. More than 120 large-scale solar...

HTC One smartphones still available in UK after court stays injunction

Dec 13, 15:48

HTC is now able to continue to sell its HTC One family smartphones in the UK after the Court of Appeal in the country has decided to put a stay on an injunction against the products,...

Sola UK seeking Taiwan-based PV module suppliers, says paper

Newswatch - Nov 25, 12:40

UK-based PV EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) undertaker Sola UK is seeking suppliers of crystalline silicon PV modules through Taiwan's PIDA (Photonics Industry and Technology...

Europe solar PV revival to be driven by Germany, UK, Italy, and France, says Solarbuzz

Nov 8, 10:43

The Europe solar photovoltaic (PV) market is poised to recover during the fourth quarter of 2013, after an 18-month downturn that redefined the role of Europe within the global solar...

UK solar installations hit 2GW mark, says NPD Solarbuzz

Feb 18, 10:35

Cumulative solar demand from the UK has now exceeded 2GW, with demand during 2012 surpassing the record levels seen during 2011, according to NPD Solarbuzz. Stimulated by an attractive...

Solar supply chain prepares for 1Q13 UK demand surge, says NPD Solarbuzz

Dec 20, 14:23

Suppliers of solar modules and balance-of-systems components are preparing for a potential first-quarter 2013 revenue windfall in the UK market. The windfall will be stimulated by...

Huawei announces US$2 billion investment and procurement plan for UK

Sep 12, 12:33

Huawei, a global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, has committed to investing US$1 billion (GBP650 million) and to spending another US$1 billion...

Price of 40W retrofit LED light bulbs drops below US$10/unit in UK

Aug 22, 01:35

Market studies show that the price of 40W retrofit LED light bulbs fell below an equivalent of US$10/unit in the UK in July 2012. The price of similar products has fallen below US$10/unit...

New solar PV system installations in Europe expected to grow at 10GW per year in next 2-3 years

Jun 15, 11:13

Countries in Europe have been deducting solar incentives to try to control installations. Germany seeks to limit new installations to 2.5-3.5GW per year while Italy's aim is 1-2GW...

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Commentary: Consolidation to get solar industry back on track

Dec 2, 10:56

The solar market has been experiencing large turbulences in 2011. No one is optimistic about the industry in the short run. However, the exit of unfit firms has become the main drive...

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Global PV installations to hit 24GW in 2011, says IMS Research

Nov 16, 10:43

Global solar PV installations will reach 24GW in 2011 according to IMS Research. IMS Research found that despite the relatively weak start to the year, installations will rise by...

European PV market sees modest pick up in year-end demand, says Solarbuzz

Nov 15, 14:17

A projected on-quarter rise of 22% in fourth-quarter 2011 European photovoltaic (PV) market is providing a welcome temporary boost for downstream solar companies, according to Solarbuzz...

Price drops of solar cells fail to effectively stimulate demand

Nov 14, 14:12

The price of solar cells continues to decrease and many firms have been trying to clear out inventory. Previously firms typically cut prices 30% to clear out inventory, but due to...

Surge of solar installations in 4Q11 possible due to upcoming incentive cuts

Nov 8, 01:05

A surge of installations in the fourth quarter may be possible due to the 15% cut in incentive planned in Germany in 2012. UK also plans to cut incentives by 50%. The incentive cuts...

UK PV Crystalox Solar to decrease polysilicon and solar wafer capacity

Oct 24, 14:59

UK-based solar firm PV Crystalox Solar has decided to lower solar wafer capacity in the UK and Germany for a short period of time. The firm has also decided to temporarily halt polysilicon...

Decreasing price trend of solar products likely to remain in 4Q11

Aug 26, 11:35

Despite predictions that demand will warm up in September 2011, prices of solar products are likely to continue falling.

Germany solar market to thrive throughout 3Q-4Q11

Aug 16, 11:35

Demand from the solar markets in Germany and Italy has been increasing, according to industry sources, However, some customers have been requesting for low prices, with solar firms...

Fire in Sony London warehouse to further worsen blank disc shortages

Aug 11, 01:30

Sony's warehouse in London, the UK, which stores blank optical discs, was recently struck by fire and is expected to cause the optical disc market, which is already suffering from...

HTC opens EMEA headquarters in UK

Jun 28, 10:29

HTC has inaugurated its new headquarters for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) located in Slough, UK, with EMEA president Florian Seiche leading a staff of 500 members, according...

British, Taiwan solar firms to hold seminar

Jun 21, 14:34

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...

Taiwan debates over necessity of nuclear power

Jun 8, 13:56

Arguments over the use nuclear power have been heating up in Taiwan since Japan's earthquake on March 11. Germany's recent announcement of shutting down all nuclear power plants before...

Elonics opens new Asia technical support center

Mar 2, 10:58

CMOS RF tuner company Elonics has announced the opening of a new Asia technical support center, located close to the Neihu Technology Park in Taiwan.

HP, Dell to debut latest tablet PCs

Feb 10, 01:20

Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Dell are both set to announce their latest tablet PCs shortly with mixed platforms as well as operating systems, according to sources from notebook players...

Acer denies plans to quit netbook market

Jan 20, 01:10

Acer has refuted market rumors it will quit the netbook market saying netbooks will continue to play an important role in its product lineup.

AUO solar module receives MCS certification and expands into UK market

Dec 24, 09:58

AU Optronics (AUO) has announced that its multi-crystalline solar module EcoDuo PM 220 received UK MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) certification and will expand into the...

Nvidia seeing popularity grow in tablet PC market

Dec 14, 02:00

Nvidia's Tegra 2 platform has recently become a new spotlight in the tablet PC market as most of the tablet PC vendors including Acer, Asustek Computer, Toshiba and Samsung Electronics...

Government incentives to make UK solar hotspot in 2010, says iSuppli

Aug 2, 11:18

Installations of photovoltaic (PV) systems in the UK will amount to 96MW in 2010, up 1,500% from 6MW in 2009, according to iSuppli. While the country's growth will start from a nearly...

MediaTek Wireless settles patent dispute with UK Telecom

Newswatch - Jun 7, 15:32

MediaTek Wireless, a subsidiary of MediaTek, has signed an agreement with UK Telecom ending a patent lawsuit that the UK carrier filed against MediaTek Wireless in November 2009,...

Taiwan makers partner with picoChip to develop femtocell products

Mar 19, 16:15

UK-based picoChip Design has teamed up with a number of Taiwan-based network equipment makers, including Askey Computer (a subsidiary of Asustek Computer), Zyxel Communications and...

Quanta makes Sony VAIO M netbook, say sources

Mar 18, 11:48

Quanta Computer is the maker of Sony's latest VAIO M series netbook, which has just been launched in the UK with a price of 300 pounds (US$460), according to industry sources.

Sony VAIO M series netbook

Quanta Computer invests in UK-based Toumaz Holdings

Mar 16, 11:56

Quanta Computer has taken a 1% stake in Toumaz Holdings, a UK-based developer of wireless communication solutions for medical applications, according to the British company. Quanta...

Taiwan-based Astro to land order for casino machines from UK

Stockwatch - Dec 1, 11:31

Astro, a Taiwan-based developer of arcade/casino gaming machines, has signed a memorandum of understanding with UK-based Inspired Gaming (International) to supply 1,000 casino gaming...

AUO building patent portfolio

Aug 12, 13:57

AU Optronics (AUO) has recently acquired technology patents mainly from the US, Japan and UK at reasonable costs, according to company vice chairman Chen Hsuan-bin.

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    Sony VAIO M series netbook

    Sony has launched its VAIO M series netbooks in the UK with a price of 300 pounds (US$460). The VAIO M series netbook adopts 10.1-inch LED display and Intel Atom N450 processor,...

    Photo: Company, Mar 19.

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