21 March 2012 16:31 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Photovoltaic firm Solarhybrid has filed for insolvency, becoming the third producer in Germany's solar industry to go insolvent amid government subsidy cuts and overcapacities, officials said on Wednesday.
Solarhybrid, which develops and builds photovoltaic plants, had warned earlier that “unpredictable drastic proposals” by ?xml:namespace>
Subsidies, in the form of so-called feed-in tariffs, have been a main driver in the rapid growth of
Earlier, Solarhybrid had agreed to acquire Solar Millennium’s
However, the insolvency administrator of Solar Millennium said on Wednesday that even without Solarhybrid he was hopeful of being able to sell Solar Millennium’s
Meanwhile, Microsol, a United Arab Emirates-based solar cell firm, this month acquired large parts of Solon and relaunched the company as Solon Energy.
In related industry news, ICIS reported on Wednesday that the
A number of chemical producers have been looking to photovoltaics as a growth market for their products and chemicals.
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