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First Solar Expected To Report Q2 Earnings On August 1
First Solar, Inc. (FSLR) is scheduled to report its Q2 2012 results on August 1, 2012, after the bell. The street expects EPS and revenue of $0.91 and $817.59M, respectively.
First solar-geo plant blooms in Nevada's high desert
Drive west on US Route 50 through a stretch of Nevada highway known as "The Loneliest Road in America" and you'll eventually find yourself in the rural county of Churchill.
Solar Bankruptcy Expected
Thin Film Industry leader First Solar is facing survival questions and being forced to run at lower utilization as its Cadmium Tellerium Solar Panels are no longer competitive.
In the darkness, solar industry sees some light
In April, Arizona-based First Solar Inc., one of the largest panel makers in the world, announced the layoff of 2,000 workers and the closing of a plant in Germany.
Hungry for renewable energy  Crain's Detroit Business
China Leads The World In Renewable Energy Investment
Shares of First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSLR), are selling at their lowest level in five years. The company, which is the leading solar company in the United States, lost $39.5 million last year.
Intermolecular's Solar Strategy Rising During Industry Eclipse
A month ago, First Solar (NASD:FSLR) announced the first licensing agreement with Intermolecular, Inc. (NASD:IMI) by a solar company.
China Gets Its First Solar-Powered Hybrid Buses
China recently got its first solar-powered hybrid public transport buses. The buses are powered by solar panels, which are expected to increase the life of the lithium batteries used in the bus by 35 years.
EchoFirst introduces residential solar thermal and electric system with $0 ...
Imagine a solar array that provides your electric needs and your hot water—and that you could put on your home for no up-front costs.
Echo Solar Electric + Thermal Systems Now Available ($0 Down)  CleanTechnica
Why did solar cell company Konarka fail?
Bic Stevens can remember his first glimpse at some dazzling solar power technology developed at the University of Massachusetts Lowell back in 2001.
What Abound Solar's Bankruptcy Says About the DOE Loan Program
Whether that would have been improvement enough to allow Abound to compete with its key cadmium-telluride based thin-film solar panel competitor First Solar, let alone the polysilicon solar panels now flooding global markets from China, will never be ...