Originally published on CleanTechnica by Joshua S Hill China-based solar PV manufacturer Trina Solar can no longer call itself the world’s leading solar PV supplier, having been overtaken by Chinese competitor Jinko Solar, according to new figures by research and consulting firm GlobalData. A year ago, GlobalData confirmed that Chinese solar PV manufacturer Trina Solar had […]
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The lowest price for solar power ever recorded was set this week in Abu Dhabi. The winning bid was just 2.43 cents per kilowatt for a 350 megawatt facility.
One of the largest Chinese module manufacturers, JA Solar Holdings Co Ltd., has announced that it has launched a new 400 MW solar cell production facility at Panang, Malaysia. JA Solar invested approximately MYR300 million (US$70 million) in the facility located in the Penang Bayan Lepas Industrial Park. The facility is expected to generate about […]
The amount of interest and money in solar power has never been higher, and there’s a sizzling battle over the title of the top solar parts producers. In 2014, China’s Trina Solar is estimated to have shipped the most solar parts, replacing its domestic rival Yingli Green. Waiting in the wings, though, are Canadian Solar […]
With nearly 10% of the solar module market in 2013, Yingli Green Energy (YGE)* retained the #1 spot in the market. To be more exact, 9.4% of solar module capacity sold in 2013 came from Yingli. #2 was Trina Solar, which accounted for 8.2%; #3 was Sharp (thanks to a strong solar market in its […]
It may not get the attention that First Solar, SunPower, and Yingli Green Energy get, but JinkoSolar is routinely one of the top 10 solar module manufacturers in the world. JinkoSolar just yesterday launched a new series of “Smart Modules,” boosting efficiency. “JinkoSolar Smart Modules correct mismatch issues towards cells and module strings by using […]
I don’t follow stocks much, but my interest in cleantech stocks has been growing since I’ve been covering this sector for years. I recently ran across a couple of interesting posts on solar stocks that I thought were worth a share. First, Solar Power World’s Frank Andorka recently conducted a very interesting interview with Peter […]