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Solar wafer supplier SAS sees increased revenues in August


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Nuying Huang, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 8 September 2009]

Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS), a Taiwan-based producer of solar-grade crystalline silicon wafers, has reported self-estimated August consolidated revenues of NT$1.017 billion (US$30.9 million), up 2.32% on month and 5.59% on year, while its January-August consolidated revenues of NT$7.188 billion were also up 3.72% on year.

Taiwan-based solar cell makers DelSolar and Solartech Energy have also released self-estimated revenues for August.

SAS, DelSolar, Solartech: Self-estimated revenues, August 2009 (NT$m)

Company Amount M/M Y/Y YTD Y/Y

SAS 1,017* / 2.32% / 5.59% / 7,188* / 3.72% / 852.1 / 1.03% / 5.99% / 6,392 / 7.95%

DelSolar 448.4 / 10.06% / (36.27%) / 2,567 / (46.31%)

Solartech 247.6 / 7.95% / (52.20%) / 1,861 / (43.71%)

* Consolidated, including US and China subsidiaries
Source: Companies, compiled by Digitimes, September 2009
Solartech Energy Corp to Purchase Equipment
Tuesday, 1 Dec 2009 05:05am EST

Solartech Energy Corp announced that it will purchase equipment from other shareholders at NTD 1,147,880,000.
Solartech Energy Corp to Issue New Shares


Tuesday, 1 Dec 2009 05:04am EST

Solartech Energy Corp announced that it will issue 20 million shares of common stock with a par value of NTD 10 per share. The Company will offer 2 million shares as employees' bonus, 2 million shares to the public and the rest to the existing shareholders.
Solartech Energy announced fundraising of 20 million shares through rights issue for expansion of capacity. <Economic Daily News>

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Upon the continuous excellent sales income support, the stock share price of Solartech Energy soared up to 98% since November and represented the leading champion among the solar group. Yesterday it rose again it closed up to NT$51.6. Solartech Energy reported November’s financial result, hitting monthly highs revenue of NT$514 million up to 9.3%MoM and 44.6%YoY which is the best record since the company was established.

Solartech Energy’s November shipments performed better than expected. It estimated another topping record for December. Based on the current order visibility, it forecasted a revenue of up 60% QoQ in the fourth quarter, and NT$3.75 billion for fiscal year of 2009 with EPS of over NT$1.

Solartech Energy is running over full capacity. The board meeting approved the fundraising of 20 million shares to adjust the financial structure and purchase new production equipments. It is scheduled to enter mass production at full capacity in the third quarter of 2010, which the annual capacity will currently raise from 132MW to192MW and the expansion rate will reach 45% accordingly.
Solartech Energy Corp Acquires Equipment
Friday, 2 Apr 2010 06:12am EDT

Solartech Energy Corp announced that it acquired production equipment at a price of NTD 1,158,676,000.



Solartech Energy Corp Announces FY 2009 Dividend Payment
Friday, 2 Apr 2010 06:03am EDT

Solartech Energy Corp announced that it will pay a cash dividend of NTD 0.1 per share, or NTD 16,366,685 in total and a stock dividend of NTD 0.8 per share, or NTD 130,933,480 in total to all shareholders.
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Solartech sees July revenues up 37% on month
Nuying Huang, Taipei; Willie Teng, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 3 August 2010]

Taiwan-based crystalline silicon solar cell maker Solartech Energy saw its unaudited July revenues of NT$965 million (US$30 million) rise by 37.14% on month and 320.66% on year, mainly due to an additional annual production capacity of 50MWp that was completed in the second quarter and fully utilized in July, according to the company. Revenues from January through July totaled NT$4.523 billion, up 180.33% from a year earlier.

Solartech will expand its total annual capacity to 504MWp by the end of 2010 from 204MWp in the second quarter, and expects output of 250-260MWp in 2010, the company pointed out.

Gross margin in the second quarter should climb to 20% from 16.77% in the first quarter, and second-quarter net profit should increase 30% to NT$250 million, according to market watchers.
Solartech to enjoy 20% gross margin in 2Q10


Nuying Huang, Taipei; Willie Teng, DIGITIMES [Friday 25 June 2010]

Gross margin for Solartech Energy will near 20% in the second quarter of 2010, up from 16.77% in the first quarter, according to market watchers. Second-quarter profits should rise to more than NT$250 million (US$7.8 million) from NT$180 million in the first quarter, but due to a private placement offering of common shares, EPS for the first half will hover slightly above NT$2.70.

Solartech's new 50MWp production line went online recently and more new capacity will be operational in July. The company has plans to expand capcity to 204MWp in the second quarter, 324MWp in the third quarter and up to 504MWP at year's end. Full-year production should total 250-260MWp.
China-based ReneSola signs 3-year solar wafer supply contracts with Neo Solar and Solartech


Nuying Huang, Taipei; Willie Teng, DIGITIMES [Monday 23 August 2010]

China-based solar wafer maker ReneSola has announced the signing of three-year wafer supply agreements with Taiwan solar cell producers Neo Solar Power and Solartech Energy.

ReneSola has agreed to supply 434MWp of solar wafers to Neo Solar over the next three years, of which 141MWp will be monocrystalline silicon (mono-Si) wafers, the China-based company said. Solartech will procure up to 402MWp of polycrystalline silicon (poly-Si) over the same period.

ReneSolar is expected to ramp up wafer capacity to 1.8GWp in 2011 from 1.2GWp currently, and solar cell capacity to 600MWp from 374MWp, the company announced.

ReneSolar shipped 258MWp in the second quarter, up 200.7% on year and 6.6% sequentially. Gross margin for the quarter rose to 30.2% from 17.1% in the first quarter and 5.1% in 2009. For the third quarter, it projects shipments to reach 280-310MWp and revenues of US$300-320 million.
Solartech Energy posts NT$1.3 billion in October revenues

Nov 3, 01:15

Taiwan-based solar cell maker Solartech Energy reported October revenues of NT$1.311 billion (US$43.04 million), up 0.76% sequentially and 178% on year and setting a monthly sales record for the eighth consecutive month. Revenues from January through October increased 201.27% on year to NT$8.299 billion. Read more
SAS and Solartech form solar cell and wafer joint venture

Oct 29, 10:46

Solar wafer maker Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) and solar cell producer Solartech Energy on October 28 announced plans to establish a solar wafer and cell joint venture, with the Taiwan-based companies each controlling a 45% stake. The other 10% share will be held by the personal investment firm of Cher Wang, chairman of smartphone vendor HTC. Read more


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