Tag: SolarWorld

Solar Trade War With China Goes Global

Its mission statement doesn’t mention China, but there’s no doubt as to what brought together the 20 or so companies that comprise the new trade group EU ProSun: The flood of Chinese solar products into Europe that has pushed a… Read More
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US Bumps Up Solar Duties On Chinese Companies

The puny countervailing duties that the U.S. Commerce Department ordered on Chinese solar imports apparently will be a little less puny. Commerce Department is jacking up the duties, to 3.44 percent on Wuxi Suntech and 5.81 percent on Trina Solar,… Read More
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SolarWorld Ally In China Fight Shuts Down

One of the companies that joined SolarWorld in its fight against Chinese solar manufacturers is in dire straits, if not already deceased. MX Solar USA, the New Jersey-based division of Italy-based MX Group, stopped making panels in May, a company… Read More

China Solar Dispute Boils With New Allegations

If the U.S. solar industry’s leading trade organization was hoping to close the gap between the two factions at war over how to deal with cheap Chinese imports, well, it ain’t happening. The Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing (CASM), the… Read More

China On Solar Tariffs: ‘Extreme Dissatisfaction’

China’s not happy about the preliminary U.S. Commerce Department ruling to impose antidumping duties of at least 31 percent on its industry’s solar panels bound for the United States. Shocker, right? “The U.S. ruling is unfair, and the Chinese side… Read More