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Solar tariffs could ‘unintentionally cede US leadership’

A new report from Clean Energy Associates (CEA) and the American Council on Renewable Energy shows how antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) tariffs create cost issues not just for imported solar panels, but for US-made solar panels as well.

Hindustan Zinc secures supply deal with US-based battery developer

Hindustan Zinc will be the preferred supplier of zinc for the US-based battery company AEsir Technologies.

Solar panel import tariffs are affecting the US industry by increasing prices by up to 286%

Clean Energy Associates released a summary of the seven solar module trade policies and solar panel import tariffs currently in place, including AD/CVD rulings, Section 201/302, and the Uyghur Protection Act. These tariffs have significantly increased, or will increase, the cost of hardware imports into the United states – predominantly from China, but not exclusively – by 91% to 286%.

USA: Are false pretenses driving solar cell tariff case?

Global manufacturer Canadian Solar challenges prevailing support for tariffs among solar manufacturers, questions the accuracy of capacity estimations, and adverse financial effects.

India’s solar module exports hit $1.97 billion in fiscal 2023-24

India’s solar module exports hit $1,969.13 million in fiscal 2023-24. Out of this, shipments to USA totalled $1,939.92 million.


US government reinstates bifacial solar module tariffs

The Office of the President has turned its focus to solar panels, announcing the removal of the bifacial solar panel Section 301 tariff exclusion and addressing issues of stockpiling during trade cases, alongside promoting the nation’s manufacturing base.

China’s solar dominance set to continue amid price slide

With solar module oversupply triggering a price freefall in 2023 and no recovery in sight, market consolidation, inventory pile-up, technology shifts, and challenges to reshoring PV manufacturing are set to affect all levels of the solar supply chain.

Enfinity Global secures $135 million for 1.2 GW of solar, wind power plants in India

US-based Enfinity Global has secured $135 million in long-term financing to advance the development of its 1.2 GW of solar and wind projects in India. The financing is being provided by Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

China’s clean tech dominance threatens global market stability

The influx of affordable Chinese green products is pressuring local industries in major economies, particularly the U.S. and Europe, driving down prices and potentially stifling domestic innovation due to competitive disadvantages.


Apple partners CleanMax on rooftop solar projects for its operations in India

Apple has formed a joint venture with CleanMax to set up 14.4 MW of rooftop solar projects to power its operations in India.

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