First Solar News
Notable Short Interest Changes on NASDAQ: Tesla (TSLA) SolarCity (SCTY) Up; Apple (AAPL), Facebook (FB) Down (more..)Street Insider Dec 10
S&P 500 hits all-time highs, but these three stocks can't keep up with the stock market today.
We've added Exxon Mobil to our watch list, as a break above this key level could lead to higher prices.
ReneSola Ltd. reported loss per American Depositary Share of $2.23 for the third quarter of 2013, wider than the Zacks Consensus Estimate of a loss of 24 cents per ADS.
China Sunergy Co. Ltd. was a big mover last session, as the company saw its shares rise by over 12% on the day.
The Guggenheim Solar ETF (NYSEArca: TAN) still ranks as this year’s best non-leveraged exchange traded fund with gain of over 130%, but investors that recently started new positions in the fund probably ...
Canadian Solar, JinkoSolar Drive Industry Up 40% In Q4
Some readers might remember a few years ago, I said: Sell everything under the sun - talking about solar stocks. At the time, First Solar was in the middle of a dive bomb from record highs to record lows. ...
Not long ago, solar stocks were left for dead and shorted into the ground. There were plenty of reasons to be negative on the solar sector especially since a major pullback in government subsidies in regions ...
First Solar was a winner within the electronics industry, rising $1.18 (2.0%) to $60.80 on average volume
In March 2014, Japan's Toshiba Corporation plans to start selling electricity from rooftop solar power installations directly to consumers in Germany through a partnership with one of Germany's largest real-estate companies, according to Reuters. The partnership with Gagfah SAS will allow Toshiba to install solar panels on residential properties in two
Stocks Make Thin Gains Early; First Solar Shines, Refineries Fall
Utility-scale solar power is poised to become cost competitive with natural gas by 2025, according to a new report by Lux Research. The report, "Cheap Natural Gas: Fracturing Dreams of a Solar Future," evaluated the levelized cost of energy (LCOE) for unsubsidized solar, natural gas, and hybrid solar/gas technologies through 2030
Many turned their backs on SunPower when it posted big losses in 2012, but now things have turned around. The company is finding new and innovative ways to make solar energy attractive.