16 Oct '11, 12pm

China is Not a Problem, But a Help (When It Comes to Our Solar Power Goals)

China is Not a Problem, But a Help (When It Comes to Our Solar Power Goals)

Rumors are swirling about the next shoe to drop in the campaign against renewable energy. A handful of struggling solar manufacturers are expected to announce they are joining a petition to the International Trade Commission and the US Department of Commerce (DOC). The petition is expected to allege China unfairly subsidizes solar manufacturers and is ‘dumping’ solar modules on the global market below cost (a view exacerbated by a few high profile solar company bankruptcies I previously wrote about ). A successful petition would be the first step towards imposing tariffs on solar panels imported from China. The announcement is timed to coincide with the start of Solar Power International , the US’s largest solar trade fair taking place next week in Dallas. Let’s state plainly what’s going on here. A group of manufacturers who can’t compete with today’s solar panel prices a...

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/10/16/china-is-not-a-proble...

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