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PV-Tech Newscast — December 16, 2011

It’s a not-so-sweet end to the year for First Solar, which has had to revise downwards its 2011 revenue guidance and implement a 1.5% workforce reduction, and for Solon which has found itself having to file for insolvency. But as always, there’s some good news to be had in this, our last PV-Tech newscast before the Christmas break. Global installs in 2011 will be up 34% on 2010′s figures, says IHS, while the ever-intriguing UK market has seen record installations of over 80MW in one week as it prepared for FiT revisions. We’ve got plenty more in here to keep you entertained — tune in on January 13th for your next PV-Tech Newscast, and Happy Holidays! Companies: Digitimes Research, First Solar, IHS, Indian Solar Investment and Technology Summit, Panasonic, Sanyo, Solon.


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