Solar Industry News Update
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The downward spiral of Solar Module Manufacturer’s, for the first quarter 2013
Advanced Solar Photonics (BlueChip Energy) Lake Mary, Florida
Announces UL listing fraud, many experts agree that this will soon lead to bankruptcy. Orlando-based ASP Solar Panel Fraud – UL Issues Counterfeit Warning
Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd
WILL the bankruptcy of Suntech, a big Chinese solar-panel maker, spark a round of consolidation in the global solar industry?
Having filed for insolvency last month, Spanish PV group T-Solar has taken the first steps towards letting go some 170 workers at its module factory in Galicia, according to reports.
(Reuters) - Bosch said it will sell or shut down its heavily loss-making solar energy operations, the latest blow to the industry as Germany curbs green energy subsidies and cheap Chinese imports flood the market.
LDK Solar Co.
Posted a fiscal fourth-quarter loss and lower revenue Thursday, two days after the Chinese solar firm defaulted on a $24 billion bond payment. LDK Solar Co., attributing the missed payment to a "temporary cash-flow shortage," said Tuesday it reached a settlement with two bondholders to delay $16.6 million in payments, but was still in discussions about the rest.
Siliken Manufacturing USA / Siliken USA
Two US-based subsidiaries of vertically integrated Spanish PV company Siliken have filed for financial relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. Siliken Manufacturing USA and Siliken USA filed petitions in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of California. Chapter 11 offers a company the option to stay in business, while reorganising its debts and using its income to repay creditors. SolarWorld USA
SolarWorld was lured to Oregon in 2007 with promises of $100 million in state and local tax incentives. But the solar industry turned volatile as plunging prices caused bankruptcies worldwide in the last two years. And now analysts and the company's own managers say SolarWorld risks insolvency.
A German photovoltaics project developer, has reportedly filed for insolvency after failing to repay interest on a loan.
Italian PV installer will file for bankruptcy after Italian district court Reggio-Emilia rejected its insolvency plan, following its request in December 2012.
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