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  • Neo Solar Power to merge with Delta's subsidiary, DelSolar

    Last update: Friday 14 December 2012 [5 news items]

Commentary: Delta and NSP will benefit from solar merger

Dec 14, 11:43

The merger of Taiwan-based solar firms Neo Solar Power (NSP) and DelSolar (a subsidiary of Delta Electronics) has been seen as beneficial and a necessary trend for the industry, as...

Commentary: NSP, DelSolar merger unlikely to stir industry

Dec 7, 14:54

Some solar makers believe the merger between Neo Solar Power (NSP) and DelSolar, a subsidiary of Delta Electronics, will not affect the industry significantly. Nevertheless, this...

Merger with DelSolar can lower costs in three major areas, says NSP chairman

Nov 22, 15:43

Quincy Lin, chairman of Taiwan-based solar cell maker Neo Solar Power (NSP), has noted that administrative, procurement, and R&D costs can be lowered through merging with DelSo...

Quincy Lin, chairman of NSP

Delta to own 17% share of new merged solar firm; NSP 15%

Nov 20, 13:51

Taiwan-based solar firm Neo Solar Power (NSP) and power supply maker Delta Electronics announced consolidation plans on November 19, 2012. NSP will procure 15% of DelSolar (the solar...

Yancey Hai, chairman of Delta, and Quincy Lin, chairman of NSP

Neo Solar Power to merge with DelSolar

Nov 19, 22:42

Taiwan-based Delta Electronics and Neo Solar Power (NSP) held a joint press conference to announce the plans on NSP buying 13-15% of shares of DelSolar, the solar subsidiary of Delta,...

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