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  • Europe governments have been lowering incentive and setting up barriers to protect the domestic solar industry

    Last update: Thursday 12 July 2012 [8 news items]

Centrotherm bankruptcy will not affect Sunshine PV, says Solartech

Jul 12, 12:33

The world's largest solar equipment firm, Germany-based Centrotherm, filed for bankruptcy protection on July 11. Centrothem has been an important provider of solar equipment to Taiwan's...

solar panel

Bulgaria cuts solar FITs by 50%

Jul 11, 14:21

Following Germany's April 1 solar incentive cut policies, Bulgaria announced 50% solar incentive cuts in effect on July 1. Italy has been rumored to announce new Conto Energia 5 (CE5)...

solar modules

Europe solar firms reportedly seeking anti-dumping probe against China comeptitors

Jul 9, 11:16

Germany-based SolarWorld reportedly is campaining to have EU launch an anti-dumping probe against China-based solar firms.

solar panels

Germany passes April 1 solar incentive cuts with minor changes

Jul 4, 01:45

The government of Germany has passed its April 1 incentive cuts program with minor changes. The annual installation target remains at 2.5-3GW and as accumulated installations reach...

solar cells

Germany review committee to announce results on April 1 incentive cuts on June 27

Jun 27, 01:25

Germany's April 1 solar incentive cuts were halted by the Bundesrat (Federal Council) for reviews. The review committee will announce its decision on June 27. Industry sources noted...

solar cells

Centrotherm faces credit line issues

Jun 18, 12:41

Due to the continued poor market environment, and the resultant strained financing situation, merchandise credit insurance companies have informed Centrotherm, a Germany-based solar...

Commentary: China firms plan to acquire Europe-based solar peers

Jun 5, 01:15

As solar firms in Europe suffer financial losses due to lack of competitiveness against China-based solar firms, according to a June 3 article by The Financial Times, China-based...

thin-film solar

REC makes further adjustments to wafer capacity in Norway

Jan 5, 10:28

To reduce its exposure towards a continued weak spot market for wafers, Renewable Energy Corporation ASA (REC) has decided to initiate a process with the trade unions, with the intention...

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