Shawn Qu, chief executive of Canadian Solar Inc., the Guelph, Ont.-based firm which is the world's third-biggest panel maker, said Tuesday he expects a potential shortage of solar panels in the second half of this year as demand increases worldwide.
Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: CSIQ) shares were trading lower by $2.46 (7.4 percent) at $29.68 in Friday's session. There is no specific news to explain the sharp decline, though it may be attributed to the overall weakness in the sector in today's session.
Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSIQ) has lost 7.92% during the past week and dropped 8.91% in the last 4 weeks. The shares are however, negative as compared to the S&P 500 for the past week with a loss of 7.55%.
Canadian Solar International, a Nasdaq-listed company, declined to comment prior to a report from the trade tribunal, to be released by July 3, that will determine whether the CBSA can continue to charge provisional duties set in March.
GUELPH, Ontario, June 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Canadian Solar Inc. (the "Company" or "Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced that it held its 2015 Annual Meeting of Shareholders on June ...
Canadian Solar Inc., declared that its wholly owned partner, Canadian Solar Solutions Inc., accomplished the sale of LunarLight, a 10 megawatt (“MW”) AC solar power plant to a partner of BluEarth Renewables Inc. (“BluEarth”).
Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, announced that it served as the supplier of photovoltaic (PV) modules for the 42.9 MW Takataya Hibiki PV plant inKitakyushu, Japan.
GUELPH, Ontario, June 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Canadian Solar Inc. (the "Company", or "Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced that it has signed a financing agreement pursuant to which ...