A vote by U.S. trade regulators could mean an expansion of solar trade duties, with products from Taiwan targeted.
The simmering U.S.-China solar trade fight flares as SolarWorld files “to close loophole” on duties.
Scale and supply-chain advantages are the keys to cheap solar manufacturing in China, a new NREL/MIT study asserts.
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.
Negotiated settlements to trade disputes with China could “essentially carve up the global solar panel market into a series of regional markets.”
The EU is close to slapping punitive duties on Chinese solar imports, but Germany for one wants to see a negotiated settlement.
Two and a half years after it opened, Suntech’s Arizona solar module factory is kaput; the term they use is “rationalizing production capacity.”
The U.S. had a $1.63 billion clean energy trade surplus with China in 2011, according to a new report from the Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Commerce Department hikes duties on Chinese (and Vietnamese) wind turbine tower producers, while already-hit solar imports from China plunge.