JA Solar has agreed to supply BP Solar with 175MW of solar cells in 2009. JA Solar could supply BP with up to 360MW of solar cells by the end of 2009.
JA Solar has agreed to supply BP Solar with 175MW to 360MW in solar cells in 2009.
JA Solar now expects 2009 revenue to be $830 million to $952 million. In November 2008, Ja Solar said it expected revenue of $1.5 billion to $1.7 billion
JA Solar now expects 2009 revenue to be $830 million to $952 million. In November 2008, JA Solar said it expected revnue of $1.5 billion to $1.7 billion in 2009.
M. Setek agrees to increase the amount of silicon wafers supplied to JASO by 458 metric tons for this year. Financial terms were not disclosed. Stocks rise as investors see more silicon as a sign of better margins.
JingAo Solar Co., a unit of JA Solar Holdings Co. terminated a contract to supply solar cells to SunPower as the company was not able to resolve issues related to the quality and pricing of the cells. The stock declined as a result of this news even though the company said that this event will not have any significant impact on the company’s earnings in 2007 and 2008.