2016-07-28

Hemlock Judges US$793.5 Million Damages from SolarWorld

U.S.-based polysilicon manufacturer Hemlock Semiconductor claimed up to US$793.5 million in damages from SolarWorld’s contract violation. SolarWorld therefore is in crisis of filing Chapter 11. Hemlock sued Deutsche Solar, a wafer subsidiary of SolarWorld, .. more
2016-07-22

Suit Filed by Hemlock Sends SolarWorld into Legal Predicament, PV Trade Disputes between China and US may Stay in Stalemate

Hemlock Semiconductor, U.S. polysilicon manufacturer, has sued SolarWorld of Germany for contract violation, demanding US$770 million of compensation. The move may send the latter into a legal predicament, as it is likely to lose in the liti.. more
2016-07-06

SolarPower Europe Calls for Remove of Trade Barriers on China PV Imports

SolarPower Europe, the new European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) that has 34 organization members, called for the end of trade measures on Chinese solar panels and cells. The organizations believe that the measures cause negat.. more
2016-06-24

Final Ruling for Second Review of US-China Solar Trade Dispute Unveiled, Duty Rates to Drive down Solar Product Prices in US

Result of the second review of the US-China solar trade dispute has finally been announced and the tariff rates of Chinese vendors has not changed significantly The final ruling of the second review of U.S.’s 2012 PV products anti-dumping duties (AD) on China .. more
2016-06-21

Silevo Involved in China-US Solar Trade Dispute due to HJT Cells

SolarCity’s subsidiary Silevo has to pay anti-dumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD) for their PV cell exports from China to USA, ruled U.S. International Trade Association (ITA). Silevo manufactures heterojunction cells (HJT cells) in Hangzh.. more
2016-04-11

SolarCity Involved in US-China Solar Trade Dispute

Silevo, a subsidiary of SolarCity, has built a heterojunction (HIT) silicon PV cell manufacturing plant in Hanzhou, China, yet the U.S. Department of Commerce’s (DOC)’s International Trade Administration (ITA) issued.. more
2015-12-30

Trina May Gain Big from Second Review of 2012 AD/CVD Case as the U.S. Considers Cutting Tariffs on Chinese PV Imports

The United States Department of Commerce is expected to soon reveal the preliminary ruling on its second review of anti-dumping and countervailing (AD/CVD) rates on Chinese photovoltaic (PV) cell imports for 2012. This comes after the U.S. government agency conclu.. more

 

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