2014-10-15

Taiwanese PV Manufacturers Benefit from China’s Strong Demand

Stronger demand from China led Taiwanese PV manufacturers to perform better in September than in August. Makers include Tainergy Tech, Motech, Gigasolar and Sino-American Silicon Products (SAS) were profitable due to significantly higher utilization rates trigg.. more
2014-09-15

NCKU to Set up Station for Converting Waste Cooking Oils into Biodiesel

Prof. (Emeritus) Aharon Gedanken from the Department of Chemistry at Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, recently visited National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in southern Taiwan, to continue his research in converting waste c.. more
2014-09-04

Aleees to Construct a Brand New E-Bus with Siemens and Sony

Ever since the policies of electric vehicle promotion are established all over the highly developed countries, battery technologies had become the key to solve the stability issue of the electric vehicles. After the alliance of Tesla and Panasonic.. more
2014-08-22

Change in US Anti-dumping Duty May Boost Capacity Utilization Rates of Taiwan Solar Firms

On August 19, the US Department of Commerce announced it had revised the preliminary anti-dumping duty on solar products produced by Motech Industries in Taiwan, causing Motech’s tariff rate to drop from 44.18%, the highest among Taiwanese producers, to 20.86%, t.. more
2014-08-19

EU to Launch Anti-Circumvention Probes in China, Taiwan, Japan and Malaysia?

China’s Commerce Department pointed that German solar company SolarWorld AG has petitioned EU to launch a new phase of trade investigation in China-imported PV products. The aim may be anti-circumvention investigation regarding cer.. more
2014-07-31

Negotiation Needed for Taiwanese PV Industry’s Predicament

Taiwanese PV industry has called emergent meetings to discuss reactions against U.S. Department of Commerce’s (DOC) anti-dumping tariff rates, hoping to reverse the final determination. At a meeting called by Taiwan Photovoltaic Industry Association (TPVI.. more
2014-07-31

Demand for Chinese PV Makers Turns Weak as Preliminary Anti-Dumping Tax Rates Exceeded Expectation

The growth potential in North America has always fascinated PV makers, and US’s affirmative preliminary determination on the anti-dumping (AD) duty of this time would be the key to Chinese and Taiwanese PV makers’ future in North America. How these man.. more

 

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