Section 201 Tariff on Solar Imports to Have Less Impact on Operations in China vs. Elsewhere While Providing Advantage to Taiwanese Cell Makers

The US government announced on 22 January 2018 (local time) that it will impose a 30% safeguard tariff on imported solar photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules. The tariff is based on the recommendations from the US International Trade Commission (ITC) and in accordan.. more

ITC Rules in Favor of Relief from Solar Imports Under Section 201; EnergyTrend Anticipates U.S. PV Demand for 2018 to Be Cut in Half

The U.S. International Commission (ITC) announced on September 22 (local time) that it has accepted Suniva’s petition to seek relief against all solar imports under Section 201 of the 1974 Trade Act. Following the affirmation of Suniva’s claim, ITC w.. more

Dominion Energy Acquires, Plans to Acquire Four North Carolina Solar Energy Projects

Dominion Energy announced that it has acquired two 5-megawatt (AC) solar generating facilities and plans to purchase two other solar farms totaling approximately 10 megawatts (AC) later in the third quarter from subsidiaries of Chapel Hill, N.. more

University of Virginia, Dominion Energy and Coronal Energy Announce Ambitious Solar Energy Project

The University of Virginia continues to expand its portfolio of carbon-free generation and achieve key sustainability targets with another partnership announced today with Dominion Energy. Under a 25-year agreement, the University will purchas.. more

OG&E and SunPower Announce 10-Megawatt Solar Plant in Oklahoma

OGE Energy Corp. electric utility subsidiary Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company (OG&E) and SunPower Corp. announced the two companies have signed a contract to build a 10-megawatt (AC) solar photovoltaic power plant in Covi.. more

Waste Management Builds over 15MW of Solar Farms at Closed Landfills

Waste Management in partnership with Captona Partners and Citizens Energy Corporation, recently completed constructions on three solar farms, exceeding 15MW, at three closed landfills in the U.S. The 2.5MWdc site at the MT Sullivan L.. more

Next Energy Technologies Awarded $2.5 Million From the US Department of Energy to Commercialize Low-Cost Transparent Solar Cells

Next Energy Technologies Inc. (NEXT), a solar technology company developing transparent energy harvesting coatings for seamless integration into commercial windows, announced that they were selected to receive a $2,500,000 award from the U.S.. more


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