25. January 2011
Until December 2010 Hanwha SolarOne was better known as Solarfun Power Holding. In 2010 the Korean chemical coorperation acquired 49.9 per cent interest in the solar company Solarfun. So the corporate management decided to accomodate the new structure by changing the name of the company to Hanwha SolarOne. Hanwha is going to expand the production capacity during the first three years and will invest 500 Mio. US Dollar. The company wants to build a new manufacturing plant in Jiangsu. Initially the capacity of solar cells and modules will be 1 Gigawatt per year, for the future 2 Gigawatt. Following a press release of Hanwah Solar One, they want to become one of the three leading producers in 2015. Some days ago we received the official announcement regarding the change of name by Peter Xie, CEO at Hanwha SolarOne.
19. February 2013
The French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy has published the feed-in tariffs for PV installations for the last quarter of 2012 and the first quarter of 2013.
For the fourth quarter of 2012, the FiTs have been retroactively adjusted in line with the government’s new urgent measures to support the domestic solar industry. Residential installations (0-9 kW) were € 0.3415, public buildings (0-9 kW) were € 0.2279 and all other buildings (0-12 MW) were € 0.840.
This quarter, the government has set all 0-9 kW installations at € 0.3159. (more…)
14. March 2012
We’re exhibiting in Verona. Solarexpo will take place from May 9th to 11th 2012 in Italy. RenoSolar GmbH will present comprehensive solutions for pv installers. Come and visit us at our booth in hall 8, D3.
We’re looking forward to meeting you!
10. February 2011
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