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  1. Sunnova stands by 2020 guidance despite heavy Q3 loss
    Losses continue at home energy services provider, but company maintains brighter picture for 2020 and beyond
  2. JinkoSolar preps STAR listing, eyes R&D boost after US$458m equity financing
    Excess proceeds to also fuel further capacity expansions and strengthen R&D
  3. Trina Solar on path to exceed 2019 financial results
    Trina Solar's net profit of US$124.3 million for the first nine months of 2020 was up 118.94%.
  4. Tongwei’s flooded polysilicon plant back in production as company sets record Q3 revenue and profits
    The company reported total group revenue of RMB 12.93 billion (US$1.92 billion) for the third quarter of 2020.
  5. Utility Alliant’s Iowa clean energy plan relies on solar and battery deployments
    Clean Energy Blueprint will add 400MW of new solar facilities in Iowa to be built by 2023.
  6. SunPower raises 2020 guidance as install backlog, gross margin soar
    Q4 installs expected to jump as US distributed solar market bounces back to rude health
  7. Enphase Energy beats revenue guidance on back of ‘significant improvement’ in global demand
    Pandemic problems felt in Q2 subside as record high margin, US market rebound and positive Encharge debuts combine
  8. Solar installs to reach 115GWdc in 2020 as robust recovery continues: WoodMac
    Solar installs to rise 5% year-on-year as China, Germany drive growth but India disruption set to continue
  9. US ROUND-UP: Hanwha bags Hawaii solar-storage hybrid deal, Solar FlexRack eyes north east US expansion
    A round-up of the latest news from the US solar and storage sectors, including a major project win for Hanwha Energy.
  10. First Solar adding Series 6 module capacity in the US, while planning wider international footprint
    With First Solar’s stated demand for its Series 6 modules, the next wave of capacity expansions could be in Germany and India.