[Updated] EU-China MIP Agreement to be Reviewed

The European Commission published a decision to initiate a new phase of investigation into its Minimum Import Price (MIP) agreement with China. EU ProSun, led by SolarWorld, claimed the price is unsuitable due to sources of the spot prices. PV Tech reports tha.. more

EU-China Solar Trade Tariffs Might Extend; EPIA Calls for End of MIP

The Minimum Import Price (MIP) agreement set by EU and Chinese solar products could be extended because EU ProSun will request a review of the existing tariffs and is confident of its evidence. The current measure will be expired in December, 2015, while the exten.. more

Weekly Review March 9th ~ 13th

Chinese PV manufacturers again encountered trade wars this week. The Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) has decided to launch investigations on PV modules and laminates imported/originated in China. EU, on the other hand, proposed to exclude three Chinese PV .. more

SolarWorld Applauds the Final Injury Votes in Cases against China, Taiwan

The U.S. International Trade Commission for its votes this week determining that imports of solar products from China and Taiwan are injuring U.S. manufacturers. SolarWorld, a U.S. PV manufacturer which launched the first and the second phase of anti-dumping and c.. more

WINAICO Remains Hopeful Under the Anti-dumping Tariffs for Taiwan PV Products

Despite the final tariff decision accounced by the US International Trade Commission (ITC) for modules using Taiwanese components, WINAICO, a globally leading PV module brand by the semiconductor company, Win Win Precision Techn.. more

EnergyTrend’s Keywords of the Year: Anti-Dumping and Countervailing, Capacity Expansion, and Emerging Markets – 2014 Review 4/4

Recently, global solar PV market has been growing with an annual rate of 16~20%, and the trend is expected to continue until 2018. In 2014, the supply and demand situations have changed due to international trade disputes and new energy policies issued in many countries. Thr.. more

Policy and Market Shift Lead to Changes in PV Development – 2014 Review 3/4

Energy development, including solar PV, is closely linked to energy policies and international trades. Through the interactions among trading partners and policy transition, future solar trend can be forecasted as follow: manufacturers have to go global in a faster-pace; dist.. more


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