Tag Archives: Photovoltaics

Your Monday Briefings: All the Solar News (Week 29)

published 2020 年 07 月 13 日 17:30 | editor | category News
Welcome back to another busy week! This time, we are covering the inauguration of world’s biggest single-site solar park in India, DNV GL’s sobering article regarding the global CO2 emissions, and Hanwha Q Cell’s new R&D investment in Germany, and many more! ...  more

China-India Tension Might Indirectly Cause Higher Custom Duty on China's Exported Solar Products

published 2020 年 07 月 11 日 10:30 | editor | category News
The solar energy trade relation between China and India has been tense. India's 15% safeguard duty on solar cells and modules from China and Malaysia will expire at the end of July. According to some foreign media, the India government might intend to extend the safeguard duty and impose extra custom duty. In particular, solar cells and modules might be imposed custom duty of 20~25%. In 2021, it might double to 40%. India hopes to reduce its dependence on made-in-China products. This decision might reflect the clashes between India and China along their disputed border. ...  more

Global Trend: M6 Cells Go Mainstream While Module Prices Set to Rebound

published 2020 年 07 月 09 日 18:00 | editor | category Price Trend
Taiwan’s Market Update: The Amendments Made by the Council of Agriculture Set to Gravely Impact the Targeted Solar Installations The Council of Agriculture recently set out to revise the regulation. In the future, there will be a strict control over the conversion of agricultural land to green power. For Taiwan’s budding solar energy market, this is a huge blow to every segment across the industry. ...  more

Your Monday Briefings: All the Solar News (Week 26)

published 2020 年 06 月 22 日 18:35 | editor | category News
Welcome back to another busy week! This time, we are covering Hanwha Q Cell’s victory over JinkoSolar in Germany, the post-COVID-19 market outlook of electric vehicles and Huawei’s launch of new products, and many more! Image by t...  more