PVinsights: The demand weakness escalates

Both of multi-crystalline and mono-crystalline module prices decrease this week, due to the slowdown of global demand and the price competition lead by Chinese module makers. Some major markets, such as China, Europe, and Japan, are to step into the traditional slow season in March, therefore, solar panel prices are under pressure following the demand weakening. Moreover, the price competition which leads by Chinese module makers also pressurizes solar panel prices. As leveraging their capacities outside China, some Chinese module makers can import their products into the U.S. and Europe without paying the punitive tariff, and using the price competition to gain more market shares in these regions.

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As European Solar Installations Slow, China, US and Japan Lead Global Installed PV Capacity in 2016, IHS Says

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WINAICO launches typhoon-resistant solar modules and achieves 315 W in 60 cell PERC modules at PV EXPO

WINAICO combines HeatCap with WSP frame design to launch a typhoon-resistant solar module at PV EXPO. Also on display at the exhibition is WINAICO's world-leading 60-cell, 315 W, monocrystalline PERC module that reaches 18.9% in efficiency. WINAICO's booth is numbered E23-46 at East Hall 3 of Tokyo Big Sight.

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Electric vehicles to be 35% of global new car sales by 2040

Continuing reductions in battery prices will bring the total cost of ownership of EVs below that for conventional-fuel vehicles by 2025, even with low oil prices.

Major solar prices show the clear downtrend

Both prices of multi-crystalline and mono-crystalline solar panels fall this week. As China is heading into the slow season, the prices of solar panels in China have observed a noticeable decline. Meanwhile, with more and more trade-friendly capacities available outside China, major Chinese module makers, such as Jinko, are able to enter the U.S. market with more competitive price, and using strategic pricing to gain more market share in the U.S., the highest solar panel price over the world. With the obvious price competition, solar panel price in the US has shown the obvious drop recently. In Europe, as more Chinese module makers exit the MIP agreement, and leveraging the capacities available in the third countries, solar panel price in Europe is also pressured.

GLASSPOINT APPOINTS ENERGY VETERAN TO SUPPORT NORTH AMERICAN EXPANSION

GlassPoint Solar, the leading supplier of solar to the oil and gas industry, today announced the appointment of energy veteran Sanjeev Kumar as senior vice president of project development in North America. Kumar will lead the growth and financing initiatives for GlassPoint and its California projects. GlassPoint has developed a novel solar thermal technology for oilfields, which produce steam at a lower cost than steam made from natural gas.

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Andrew Nichols joins APsystems as Senior VP, USA sales

Solar industry veteran Andrew Nichols has joined APsystems as Senior Vice President of Sales, USA. Andrew comes to APsystems with over 30 years in high technology and alternative energy sales. He most recently served as Vice President of Worldwide Sales for SolarBridge Technologies through its successful acquisition by SunPower Corporation.

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