Tag Archives: Solar

Vivint Solar: An IPO To Avoid

By Casual Analyst: Vivint Solar (Pending:VSLR) filed an amended S-1 last week and is expected to go public the week of 9/29. Vivint’s business model, like that of its nearest competitor SolarCity (NASDAQ:SCTY), depends on exploiting Federal Investment Tax Credit, … Continue reading

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GT Advanced Technologies’ Hyperion Technology Will Revolutionize The Solar Industry

By Casual Analyst: This is the seventh in the series of articles about GT Advanced Technologies (NASDAQ:GTAT). Please see here, here, here, here, here, and here for earlier articles that cover various aspects of the company. In this article, we … Continue reading

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GT Advanced Technologies’ Solar Business Is Ready To Take Off

By Casual Analyst: This is the sixth in the series of articles about GT Advanced Technologies (NASDAQ:GTAT). Please see here, here, here, here and here for earlier articles that cover various aspects of the company. In this article, we take … Continue reading

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Trina Solar: An Attractive Chinese Solar Play With 50% Upside

By Soid Ahmad: Trina Solar (NYSE:TSL) is a technology company that belongs to the industry of specialized semiconductors. Trina is an integrated solar power product manufacturer that manufactures ingots, wafers, solar cells and solar modules. Module manufacturing capacity of Trina … Continue reading

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Inhabitat’s Week in Green: Renovo Coupe, transparent solar panels and the Lego house

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Solar cells cool themselves to produce more power

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Inhabitat’s Week in Green: solar homes, ‘Soofa’ benches and a levitating transportation system

Solar Decathlon Europe is officially underway in Versailles, where 20 teams of students from 17 different countries are competing to build the world's most efficient solar-powered homes. Like the American version, the European Solar Decathlon has attracted some truly innovative … Continue reading

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Is Residential PV Solar More Trouble Than It’s Worth?

By John Petersen: I started my career with a stint in oil and gas tax law in the early 80s, so I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for promoters who know how to game the system. Over … Continue reading

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Chinese Solar Companies Seek Options As A Response To U.S. Tariffs

By Jonathan Fishman: How Do You Say “Mexico” in Chinese? The answer to this is Mòxīgē, and I bet you this word has been tossed around in many Chinese solar companies’ boardrooms over the past months. But why would Chinese … Continue reading

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Solar Segment Update: Implications Of China Solar Estimate Cut

By Casual Analyst: The last week has been eventful in the solar industry with several major news stories. The biggest story to hit the wires in terms of excitement was SolarCity’s (SCTY) acquisition of Silevo. However, we believe this acquisition … Continue reading

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