Tag: SolarWorld

wind towers, china trade dispute

U.S. Wind Tower Makers Hit China Imports

The renewable energy trade fight between the United States and China, which started in earnest in October over imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells and modules, spread to the wind power sector yesterday when four U.S. turbine tower manufacturers joined… Read More

Solar Industry Infighting Not All That Pretty

Editor’s Note: Our latest opinion column is courtesy of EarthTechling managing editor Pete Danko, taking a look at the solar industry’s infighting over issues with China. It’s hard to see a winner emerging from the solar industry’s ongoing internecine slugfest… Read More
SolarWorld trade dispute

SolarWorld Wins Round In China Trade Dispute

Duties on imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells and modules from China are a step closer to reality after the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) voted 6-0 today that there is enough evidence that the U.S. industry has been “materially… Read More

Prep School Outstanding In The Solar Field

How it ranks in SAT scores or Ivy League admissions, we have no idea. But in the highly competitive world of New England prep schools, the Berkshire School in Sheffield, Mass., is definitely No. 1 at … solar. The private… Read More
export-import bank, u.s. solar manufacturing

Loans Drive U.S. Solar Exports To India

There’s money to be made solarizing India, and the Export-Import Bank of the United States wants to make sure American companies are getting a piece of the action. So before the 2011 fiscal year closed at the end of September,… Read More
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New Industry Opposition To China Solar Duties

Members of another sector of the U.S. solar power industry are expressing concern about SolarWorld’s demand that the Obama administration place duties on imports of crystalline silicon solar cells from China. Last week, installers came together to form the Coalition… Read More
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U.S. Moves Forward On SolarWorld China Claim

It was good news-bad news kind of day for SolarWorld today. Even as opposition emerged to its demand for sanctions on imports of crystalline silicon solar cells from China, the company and its fellow petitioners received word that the U.S.… Read More