SolarWorld’s struggling U.S. unit, competing against cheap foreign competition, announces a solar leasing program that promises American-made panels.
Beleaguered U.S. solar manufacturers win their trade case against the Chinese industry, but will it save them or simply slow the deployment of solar power?
A visit to the SolarWorld plant in Hillsboro, Ore., gives EarthTechling TV a chance to see the solar panel manufacturing process from start to finish.
The Commerce Department sets its final levels for duties on PV products from China; now it’s up to the U.S. International Trade Commission to make the final call on enacting the sanctions.
The Commerce Department will set final duties on Chinese solar PV imports today, but that doesn’t quite mean the convoluted trade dispute will end.
Nearly a year after SolarWorld launched the case, U.S. regulators hear final arguments in the battle over possible tariffs on Chinese solar PV imports.
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.