[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

Nissan LEAF Battery Achieves 99.99% Five-year Reliability in Europe

Five years and more than 35,000 European sales since the launch of its all-electric LEAF, proprietary data released by Nissan for the first time shows that 99.99% of its battery units remain entirely fit for purpose. The failure rate of the ba.. more

ReneSola Announced to Quit the EU-China Minimum Import Price Agreement

After EU proposing to eliminate Canadian Solar, ReneSola and ET Solar from the EU-China Minimum Import Price (MIP) agreement due to alleged violations, ReneSola decided to quit the agreement. ReneSolar explains in a statement th.. more

BIG SUN Energy and SAS Sign Agreement to Distribute iPV Solar Trackers in Germany and Italy

BIG SUN Energy Technology Inc. (BIG SUN) and Sino-American Silicon Products Inc. (SAS) have signed an iPV® Solar Tracker exclusive distributor agreement. SAS has been authorized to distribute the patented iPV® Solar Tracker and iPVSY.. more

Europe's Largest Battery-Storage Project Becomes Operational in the UK

Europe's largest battery-storage project has been officially opened by Amber Rudd, minister at the Department for Energy and Climate Change at Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire, England. S&C Electric Europe, Samsung SDI and Younicos collaborated to depl.. more

Suntech Expands Presence in Benelux with New Partnerships and Solar Projects

Wuxi Suntech, one of the largest manufacturers of PV modules, is aiming to expand its 3% market share in Benelux to 13% by 2015 through its newly announced partnerships and projects with Oskomera Solar Power Solutions, Solar Green Point and VDH Solar. .. more


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