European trade officials and Chinese PV makers strike a deal to avoid steep duties, but will it settle the troubled solar market?
Responding to U.S. sanctions on Chinese PV products, China says it will impose big duties on polysilicon from the U.S. and South Korea too.
The cornerstone of Europe’s emissions-cutting hopes, its Emissions Trading System, gets a vote of confidence from the European Parliament.
Europe has been leaning more and more on wood as a renewable energy resource, but new research raises the issue of deep-soil carbon release in logging.
Negotiated settlements to trade disputes with China could “essentially carve up the global solar panel market into a series of regional markets.”
What will it take to make the European Union completely clean energy driven by the year 2050?
The EU kickstarts 23 innovative clean energy projects with $1.6 billion raised through sale of carbon allowances.
China accuses the EU and member states of violating international trade accords on solar, the latest volley in the escalating dispute.
Europe joins the U.S. in turning up the heat on Chinese solar makers, launching a probe that could lead to duties on imports to the huge EU market.
EarthTechling columnist Susan Kraemer cheers the European Union for its leadership in placing a carbon cost on flights that land in or take off from Europe.