Posted by Jason Smith at 1:03PM on February 10th
Solar stocks have been in the dumpster since Germany announced that it would be cutting subsidies, but after a -30% one-month slide it could be time for a rebound.
Back in January, Germany sent solar stocks tumbling when it announced plans…
Posted by Jason Smith at 9:41AM on February 3rd
The solar sector got off to a choppy start in 2010, but if GT Solar’s (SOLR) report is any indication, it could be another blowout earnings season.
Merrimack, New Hampshire-based GT Solar International beat expectations with $36.8 million of fiscal third-quarter net…
Posted by Jason Smith at 12:36PM on October 30th
After yesterday’s disappointment from First Solar (FSLR), a micro-cap play is leading its peers ahead.
Fremont, California-based high-performance compound and single element semiconductor substrates firm AXT (AXTI) is leading the small- and micro-cap solar sector higher to end the week. The company, whose…
Posted by Owen Vater at 12:42PM on August 11th
Solar panel production is expected to be nearly double the demand for installations in 2009.
Technology research firm iSuppli expects solar panel production to jump 14% this year to 7.5 gigawatts, according to The Wall Street Journal Environmental Capital Blog. Unfortunately…
Posted by Max Magee at 12:36PM on April 30th
Solar stocks were on the move on Thursday after better-than-expected earnings from the industry’s largest player.
First Solar (FSLR) reported net income of $169 million or $1.99 per share, well above analysts’ EPS estimate of $1.52. Shares are up by 25% today…
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