The slump of polysilicon price has initiated since late August as buyers buying power has been significantly hampered due to slashed downstream demand and prices that they could not bear with high-priced raw materials and threaten to cut more polysilicon procurements. A previous attempt to sustain polysilicon prices in China has failed and the polysilicon suppliers in China have lowered price drastically in order to lessen its piled-up inventories as well as to secure limited orders. Moreover, as the quarterly financial accounting process closes at the end of September, polysilicon suppliers are having compounded pressures to dump excess stockpiles, pushing down polysilicon prices further.
ATI will be joining solar industry leaders in Las Vegas next week
SPI 2016 - National Independent Thought Leaders to Present on Clean Renewable Energy Issues & Trends During IREC's 3iForum at Solar Power International in Las Vegas
Industry Trends Booth #171
Program includes financing, procurement and project support for SolarWorld installers
Schneider Electric will highlight innovation at every level at Solar Power International, Booth #2533 Innovations in efficiency and cloud connectivity lead solutions lineup
Edisun Microgrids Launches PV Booster™ Solar Tracker to Transform Economics of Commercial and Industrial Rooftops
Breakthrough technology yields 20 percent better economics than conventional fixed-tilt installations
Freedom Solar Power completes a 509-kilowatt solar project installation at Westlake Medical Center
Inverter manufacturer Fronius and semiconductor company Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. have expanded their collaboration to provide new levels of DC optimization to solar solutions.
Locational value of DERs will unlock new synergies to benefit customers and utilities
kWh Analytics Raises $5 Million Series A, Launches New Insurance-Backed Production Guarantee to Make Solar Bankable
The new product, called PowerLock, increases equity returns of solar projects by up to 50 percent and is backed by Standard and Poor's "A" rated global insurance carriers
Company invites Solar Power International attendees to see their project data transformed
Development Begins on World's First Electricity-Generating Windows for Retrofitting Existing Homes and Commercial Buildings
SolarWindow™ Electricity-Generating Veneers Being Developed to Retrofit Existing Homes and Commercial Buildings
This four-day event features opportunities for meeting other solar industry professionals, attending educational sessions, and partaking in social events at the Las Vegas Convention Center. RBI Solar has complementary exhibit hall passes for SPI 2016 available for interested solar professionals.
Michael McDonald, Oilprice.com via USA Today : he Bureau of Land Management faces a problem and wants to shake up the rules around wind farm approvals. The problem is straight-forward on its face, but difficult to reconcile logically: Why are so few new large-scale wind projects being built? Despite the fact that nearly everyone – environmentalists, government regulators, and business interests –wants to build more wind farms, precious few are making it over the goal line. Since 2009, the Obama Administration has approved 46 wind farm projects that would cover a proposed 216,356 acres of public land. Yet only 15 of these 46 projects have made it into operation. The rest are stuck in limbo with years of mandatory environmental analysis ahead or have been cancelled outright. Cont'd...
New low-cost Solar Time Series Tool cuts model uncertainty and reduces resource risk for solar developers, operators, and engineers
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