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China Solar Giant Sees Booming Growth Despite U.S. Panel Tariffs

Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. One of the world’s largest solar-panel manufacturers sees booming growth in the U.S. even if President Donald Trump doesn’t lower tariffs next year. China’s JinkoSolar Holding Co. Chief Financial Officer Charlie Cao expects U.S. demand for its […]

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Return to growth: Given the mismatch between tariffs and risks, few new renewable IPPs being created

Power tariffs had declined significantly in 2016-17, ensuring price competitiveness. However, since then, RE sector risks have increased. Chhatrasal in a remarked that ‘The renewables sector in India is near-death. Capacity addition has markedly slowed down in this financial year. Few projects are achieving financial closure, and so, few projects are getting complete.’ (bit.ly/34I1JQr, FE, […]

Power Engineers, Employees Hold Conventions Against Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2021

US Trade Court Sides With Longi, Jinko, REC in Solar Patent Infringement Case

A trade squabble between Hanwha Q Cells and some of the world’s largest PV manufacturers appears to be resolved in the all-important U.S. market. Longi Solar, JinkoSolar and REC Group appear to have emerged victorious from a legal attempt to shut the manufacturers out of the U.S. market. In a complaint filed in March, Hanwha […]

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Court Temporarily Halts Trump Administration’s U-Turn on Bifacial Solar Modules

The bifacial solar module exemption lives to fight another day in a provisional win for developers like Invenergy. A bid from renewables developer Invenergy to temporarily pause the Trump administration’s abrupt decision to reimpose tariffs on bifacial solar panels has been granted. The Trump administration granted bifacial panels an exemption from the broader U.S. solar […]

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Trump Gets Manufacturing Win as Hanwha Q Cells Opens US Solar Factory

The country’s largest solar production facility officially opens Friday in Georgia, with the Trump administration expected to be in attendance. A representative of the Trump administration and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp will converge on Dalton, Georgia on Friday to celebrate a U.S. manufacturing win, as Hanwha Q Cells officially opens its solar module manufacturing facility […]

ATW Plans to Raise RMB 550 Million For Developing Manufacturing Equipment For TOPCon Cells

No hike in electricity tariffs in Delhi for fifth consecutive year: Kejriwal

The chief minister further said Delhi had the lowest power tariffs in the country and the only place with 24×7 electricity. New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that there has been no hike in electricity tariffs in the national capital for the fifth consecutive year after power regulator DERC announced significant […]

EQ’s Webinar on E SuryaCon Uttarakhand

US Wind Boom Faces New Threat From Proposed Tower Tariffs

A push for new import tariffs on wind turbine towers could put some projects underwater as the PTC phases down, according to a Wood Mackenzie analysis. There’s never a good time for import tariffs when it comes to keeping costs down for renewables projects. But for the U.S. wind market, the timing of newly proposed […]

ATW Plans to Raise RMB 550 Million For Developing Manufacturing Equipment For TOPCon Cells

JinkoSolar Sees Surge of Demand for Bifacial Modules on the Horizon

Bifacial solar technology is riding a wave of optimism following its recent exemption from U.S. import tariffs. China’s JinkoSolar expects bifacial modules to become the “mainstream” choice in the solar market in the coming years, as the technology rides a wave of optimism following its exemption from U.S. import tariffs. Last month the U.S. unexpectedly […]

ATW Plans to Raise RMB 550 Million For Developing Manufacturing Equipment For TOPCon Cells

Chinese Solar Inverters Hit by Latest US Trade Tariffs, but Impact Seen as Muted

The increasingly globalized solar supply chain has been preparing for the possibility of more U.S. tariffs on components made in China. Solar inverters have been swept up in the Trump administration’s latest move to increase tariffs from 10 percent to 25 percent on $200 billion in Chinese goods, but analysts and industry sources say the […]

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