Activer le contraste adaptéDésactiver le contraste adapté
  1. Aide
    1. Espace Client
    2. Connexion
  1. Aide
    1. Espace Client
    2. Connexion
Espace Membre Boursorama

Erreur d'authentification

Votre compte a été clôturé.

Vous êtes authentifié. Nous chargeons votre espace membre.

Pour des raisons de sécurité et pour continuer à accéder à votre espace membre, nous vous remercions de bien vouloir valider votre compte membre en cliquant sur le lien suivant : Je valide mon compte membre
Vous allez recevoir un email à l'adresse indiquée lorsque vous aviez créé votre compte.
Cliquez ensuite sur le lien présent dans le mail. Vous pourrez alors de nouveau accéder à votre compte membre.
Si vous n'avez pas reçu cet email, contactez-nous

Un email de confirmation vient de vous être adressé.

  • 8 caractères minimum

  • 1 majuscule

  • 1 minuscule

  • 1 chiffre

  • 1 caractère spécial

  • Différent de votre pseudo

  • Les deux mots de passe sont identiques

Mot de passe oublié ?

Bénéficiez gratuitement de fonctionnalités et de services additionnels. Devenez membre

Identifiant/Mot de passe oublié
Si vous êtes Membre de la Communauté Boursorama, veuillez indiquer l'adresse email que vous avez fournie lors de votre enregistrement pour recevoir votre identifiant et/ou ré-initialiser votre mot de passe :

Nouveau sur Boursorama ? Devenez membre


Retour au sujet

: open et suntech usa

26 janv. 200800:36

Open Energy and Suntech America Sign Letter of Intent for Strategic Cooperation to Manufacture and Market BIPV Products
Tuesday May 15, 2007 8:00 am ET

SOLANA BEACH, CA and WUXI, CHINA--(MARKET WIRE)--May 15, 2007 -- Open Energy Corp. (OTC BB:OEGY.OB - News) and Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. (NYSE:STP - News), one of the world's leading manufacturers of photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules, today announced the signing of a letter of intent for broad initiatives targeting the expansion of the Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) products sales of each company. Suntech will provide cost effective and high quality production for Open Energy's SolarSave® PV Tiles. The companies will market each other's broad portfolio of BIPV products within the North American market. Suntech will also have the right to acquire up to 5% of the outstanding shares of Open Energy as part of this strategic cooperation.

David Saltman, CEO of Open Energy, stated, "This alliance with Suntech is of major strategic importance to our company. Suntech is a high volume manufacturer of quality solar photovoltaic products and in our meetings with its Chairman and CEO, Dr. Zhengrong Shi and Suntech's production and engineering staff, we were convinced that Suntech is the ideal partner to manufacture SolarSave® tiles in China thus enabling us to enhance our sales volumes and margins. This agreement secures our product supply at competitive pricing, and positions Open Energy as an innovative developer and aggressive marketer of solar solutions in North America. In addition, with its acquisition of MSK in Japan, Suntech now has considerable expertise in architectural PV glass, a product set that is gaining traction among developers here in the States as well as deep design support for BIPV projects. We are additionally excited to welcome Suntech as a future strategic core shareholder."

Len May, Suntech America's Vice President of Business Development, spoke positively about the newly formed alliance, "This agreement is an important step forward in demonstrating the synergies of our acquisition of MSK Corporation by combining Suntech's manufacturing strength with MSK's strength of high-end and innovative BIPV solutions. We believe that this marketing alliance with Open Energy will accelerate the momentum that we have achieved since we acquired MSK with its BIPV product offerings and development expertise which will enable us to broadly address the performance and project demands of a rapidly growing market for BIPV products here in America as well as in Asia, Europe and other parts of the world. We also intend to engage in joint development with Open Energy of innovative next generation BIPV products. We are also pleased to have warrants to acquire shares in our new partner Open Energy who we think will have a bright future particularly as we together grow our mutual BIPV initiatives."

The transactions contemplated by the letter of intent are subject to the execution of definitive agreements which are currently contemplated to be completed by the end of June 2007.

About Open Energy

Open Energy Corporation (OTC BB:OEGY.OB - News) is a renewable energy company focused on the development and commercialization of a portfolio of technologies capable of delivering low-risk, cost-competitive electricity, fresh water and related commodities on a global basis. Open Energy offers building-integrated photovoltaic (PV) roofing materials for commercial, industrial, and residential markets. Marketed under the trade name SolarSave®, the product line includes roofing membranes, roofing tiles, custom architectural PV glass, and balance of systems equipment such as inverters, combiners, and accessories. The Company also holds an exclusive, worldwide license to a solar thermal technology called SunCone(TM) CSP (Concentrating Solar Power), which is currently being developed to generate potable water and distributed power. The company's mission is to enhance life by harnessing the power of the sun. For more information on Open Energy Corporation, please visit

About Suntech and Suntech America

Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. is a leading solar energy company in the world as measured by both production output and capacity of solar cells and modules. Suntech provides solar solutions for a green future. Suntech designs, develops, manufactures, and markets a variety of high quality, cost effective and environmentally friendly PV cells and modules for electric power applications in the residential, commercial, industrial, and public utility sectors. Suntech's majority-owned subsidiary, MSK Corporation is one of the top-ranked companies in the building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) space. Suntech's customers are located in various markets worldwide, including key markets throughout Europe, Japan, China and the United States. For more information, please visit

Suntech America, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. Established in August 2006 as a Delaware corporation, Suntech America is dedicated to promoting a greener America through the use of Suntech's clean solar modules and cells.

Signaler un abus

Vous devez être membre pour ajouter un commentaire.
Vous êtes déjà membre ? Connectez-vous
Pas encore membre ? Devenez membre gratuitement

2 réponses

  • lodt
    28 janvier 200810:16

    car elle est vraiment sur son plus bas et que les news actuelles ne sont vraiment pas des plus mauvaises. Avec mon -45% actuel, je crois que ca dois etre le moment venu pour moi...mais que vendre?

    Signaler un abus

  • titecail
    23 août 200817:14

    By Nick Hodge
    Wednesday, August 20th, 2008

    Suntech's (NYSE: STP) second quarter 2008 earnings came out this morning. And boy were they impressive.

    Net income for the quarter came in at $65.2 million, or $0.38 per share. Analysts had predicted earnings of $0.32 per share.

    That income is nearly $24 million better than the sum in the same quarter of 2007—a 58% rise!

    Revenue was $480.2 million, a full $40 to $50 million better than even Suntech's own estimate.

    The solar stalwart raised its third quarter revenue forecast, saying it expects $570 million to $580 million.

    Suntech also raised its full-year revenue forecast to a range of $2.05 billion to $2.15 billion, up from an earlier estimate of $1.9 billion to $2.1 billion.

    Guidance for shipped panels pointed to solar modules totaling about 550 megawatts of power this year, up from 530 million.

    And, according to the AP, "[Suntech's] production capacity increased to 660 megawatts during the quarter — up 120 megawatts over the last three months — and the company plans to reach 1 gigawatt in capacity by the end of the year."

    I've talked before about how important reaching the "one gigawatt club" is among solar's top producers. It is truly a symbol of status and of industry dominance.

    Suntech said selling price increases, sustained demand, and the strength of the Euro over the dollar were among the reasons for their stellar performance.

    Of course, all this is on the heels of ReneSola's (NYSE: SOL) recent announcement of comparable impressive numbers for the quarter.

    According to Reuters, ReneSola "quadrupled its second-quarter net income from a year ago, helped by a rising number of customers and strong demand, the company reported on Tuesday. Net income jumped to $23.3 million in the quarter to the end of June from $5.9 million a year ago."


    Trina (NYSE: TSL:) also had good earnings recently.

    Indeed, the solar bull may be back. At the very least, it may be worth picking up a few shares of the companies reporting good earnings while they're still on the cheap.

    Remember, solar stocks are down an average of 40% this year—a complete oversold situation if you ask me.

    They have a lot of ground to make up. And a lot higher to go after that!

    Call it like you see it,

    Signaler un abus

Retour au sujet

Signaler le message


Qui a recommandé ce message ?


Mes listes

Une erreur est survenue pendant le chargement de la liste




Les Risques en Bourse