|Bid||69.90 x 300|
|Ask||71.33 x 100|
|Day's range||69.30 - 72.37|
|52-week range||25.56 - 76.61|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||30 Apr 2018 - 4 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||70.71|
Yieldcos were supposed to be the next finance wave in energy, but utilities are starting to take their place as buyers of renewable-energy projects.
Today, Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana and First Solar, Inc. announced that Vectren has selected First Solar to build the 50-megawatt solar array outlined last month as part of Vectren’s long-term electric generation transition plan.
Several equity ETFs have impressed with their performances and generated handsome returns over the trailing one month even after being hit by the market rout.
Following the news, the U.S. solar stocks moved up buoyed by hopes that such trade restriction will create jobs for the Americans. However, with the passage of time the solar industry's growth has not sustained.
The Congressional Research Service warned members of Congress last month that President Trump's import tariffs on solar panels could lead to retaliatory actions against the United States. The threat of retaliation has led to the repeal of import tariffs in the past.
Enphase Energy Inc. doesn’t make solar panels, but it’s still seeking an exemption from tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump.
Fourth-quarter results fell below expectations for First Solar, but the long-term picture is still getting brighter.
First Solar published its Q4 and full year 2017 results on Thursday, February 22. Although the company posted weaker-than-expected revenues on account of a delay in certain project sales, its earnings beat market expectations.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Friday's session are HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Blue Buffalo Pet Products, Intuit and Herbalife.
While most of the U.S. solar industry has blasted President Donald Trump for slapping tariffs on panel imports, one company still managed to score a quantifiable win.
First Solar, Inc. (FSLR) just released its latest quarterly financial results, posting an adjusted loss of 25 cents per share and net sales of $339 million.
First Solar reported fourth-quarter results Thursday that fell far short on revenue expectations but beat on the bottom line.
Shares of First Solar Inc. fell 2% late Thursday after the solar-panel maker and developer reported a narrower-than-expected adjusted per-share loss in the fourth quarter but missed quarterly sales expectations. ...
First Solar, Inc. today announced financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2017. Net sales for the fourth quarter were $339 million, a decrease of $748 million from the prior quarter primarily due to lower systems and third-party module sales.
First Solar, Inc. is set to proceed with development and construction of a 200-megawatt ac photovoltaic solar power plant in Twiggs County, Ga. First Solar was awarded the installation as part of a 525MWac Request for Proposals for Georgia Power’s Renewable Energy Development Initiative .
First Solar earnings report will arrive at a time when the solar industry has been buffeted by an oversupply of solar modules.
First Solar will be publishing its Q4 2017 results on February 22, reporting on another quarter that saw continued strong demand from solar products. The global solar market is projected to touch 100 GW in 2017, driven by demand from China as well as many other developed and emerging markets.
First Solar (FSLR) has collaborated with Zorlu Holding in December 2017, to set foot in the untapped solar market of Pakistan.