WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a significant ruling handed down today, a panel of judges at the World Trade Organization (WTO) accused the United States of violating global trade rules when it imposed punitive import duties in 2012 on many Chinese products, including solar panels. After the decision was announced, Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), issued the following statement: "We are continuing to follow developments closely, but today's WTO decision is not expected to impact either the 2012 U.S. solar countervailing duty (CVD) order against China or any new CVD tied to the ongoing investigation until 2016, at the earliest. It's also important to remember that this decision is subject to an appeals process, which could take approximately 120 days. Assuming the decision is upheld on appeal, the United States would then have approximately one year to implement the decision. But even then, it's not clear whether the decision will result in any substantive modification of a solar CVD order against China."
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"Today's WTO announcement and the broader trade dispute should prompt the Obama Administration to reconsider the wisdom of additional solar tariffs."
The quarter also saw big financings of wind in China and solar in the US and Latin America, and strong global figures signal a return to full-year investment growth in the sector
Publicly-operated wind farm to use modern, direct-drive systems---- Option "Reactive Power at No Wind" for grid stabilization---- Service contract for a term of 20 years
Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing includes nearly 200 downstream U.S. employers, such as installers and distributors
The 10 largest suppliers in China 2013 were all domestic companies
NPD Solarbuzz North America PV Conference to Examine the Latest Industry Dynamics and Market Opportunities
Leading solar conference to examine how recent trade decisions and global trade disputes will affect the global industry over the next five years.
Analysis indicates the U.S. can reduce solar PV costs through installation labor efficiency
Solar Photovoltaic Market the Leading Light in Global Distributed Power Industry, says GlobalData Analyst
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) tops global distributed power market, with 48% share of total distributed installed capacity---- Despite its 66% share of distributed solar PV capacity, Europe ‘will be supplanted by Asia-Pacific as the market leader by 2019,' says analyst
National Solar Market Trends Report Released Today Offers Insight and Analysis on U.S. Market & Top 10 States
It offers insight on the major factors affecting the solar market, such as photovoltaic prices, strong consumer demand, available financing, renewable portfolio standards in some states, and financial incentives from the federal government, states and utilities.
Company engages Arion Bank to raise capital for up to 19,000MT production facility
Baker Electric Solar is pleased to announce the appointment of two new team members to its Southern California solar energy team. Cherri Ewing was named controller and Ian Lochore director of residential sales.
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