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A crackdown has officially begun on Chinese solar panel makers who skirted a deal to avoid anti-dumping tariffs in Europe, with word that the EU has taken formal action to punish 3 violators. The action will see anti-dumping tariffs imposed on Canadian Solar (Nasdaq: CSIQ), ReneSola (NYSE: SOL) and ET Solar, reviving a threat they previously avoided by agreeing to […]
Trina Solar Limited announced this week that it has made PV module sales in the Chinese domestic photovoltaic (PV) market. In the current fourth quarter of 2009, Trina Solar has entered into a new sales agreement to supply approximately 8 megawatts (MW) of PV modules at predetermined prices to the Chinese domestic market.
China’s solar market faces “chaos and uncertainties” in the near future, but looming consolidation won’t impair the nation’s dominance of the global solar landscape, new analysis has found.
Recently, the US department of Commerce has made a piece of final ruling. According to the final ruling, the US department of Commerce has identified the anti-dumping tax rate for Chinese Crystalline silicon photovoltaic inverter cells and modules is from 18.32% to 249.96%, 14.78% to 15.97% for the Countervailing duty rate, while the Chinese PV industry will face the danger […]
Capacity utilizations for Chinese Tier-2 crystalline silicon (c-Si) modules plummeted to just 35% in 4Q11 and will go even lower until the beginning of relief in 2Q12, says IMS Research.
The EU is investing more and more in solar energy in order to meet its stated goal of having 20 percent of its energy generated by renewables and reducing emissions 20 percent by the year 2020, compared to 1990 levels. As an essential part of achieving this goal, large quantities of solar panels — in particular, Chinese manufactured solar panels — have been imported and placed on the EU market.
In a move that will surprise to no one, the European Union has formally launched a probe into Chinese solar panel makers who are being accused by European rivals of violating a landmark agreement that averted anti-dumping tariffs. I should really stop using the word “landmark” to describe the 2013 deal between the Chinese panel makers and EU that avoided […]
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao pressed the European Union to avoid erecting trade barriers amid an EU threat to impose tariffs on solar panels from China.
Last October, SolarWorld led a U.S. manufacturer coalition that asserted trade law violations by Chinese makers of solar cells. The coalition's filing with the Department of Commerce led to significant tariffs being levied on solar products originating in China entering the U.S.
As the Chinese government puts the finishing touches on its 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015), China's increasingly self-assured renewable energy ambitions are on display. Indeed, Chinese policymakers' self-confidence is palpable as they exhibit a conviction that China's renewable energy approach, as further refined in the 12th Five-Year Plan, will demonstrate to the world the value of China's development model.