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US to levy 5% tariff against China-made solar products

Mar 23, 01:15

The US government announced recently a 5% tariff on China-made solar products. The tariff is considered low. Nevertheless, the industry has been concerned about whether or not Europe...

China-based makers lower PV module prices in response to Germany feed-in tariff cuts

Mar 3, 11:25

As the government in Germany has decided to reduce feed-in tariff rates for PV systems effective on March 9, leading China-based PV module makers have lowered quotes by 20% from 0.70EUR/W...

China to hike TFT-LCD panel tariffs, says report

Feb 3, 15:39

In order to boost development of the local TFT-LCD panel manufacturing industry, the China government will increase customs tariffs for imported panels from 3% to 5% in the second...

China solar firms reportedly increase orders to Taiwan to avoid possible US punitive tariffs

Jan 13, 12:11

Taiwan's solar industry has seen increases in orders reportedly from China-based firms that are trying to avoid possible tariffs resulted from the US anti-dumping and anti-subsidy...

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DelSolar PV modules qualify for 10% extra feed-in tariff in Italy

Sep 14, 01:00

Taiwan-based solar cell maker DelSolar on September 13 indicated that 125-250W PV modules made of its polycrystalline silicon solar cells have passed certification by Germany-based...

Taiwan 2011 PV feed-in tariff rates lowered by about 30% from 2010

Jan 31, 10:54

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on January 28 announced the adjustment in feed-in tariff rates for various types of renewable energy for the year 2011, with rates for...

Taiwan government changes PV feed-in tariff rule

Dec 21, 12:08

The Bureau of Energy under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on December 17 announced a rule change for the government's 20-year feed-in tariff (FIT) subsidization for...

Regional notebook vendors facing pressure in Latin America

Nov 16, 02:00

Notebook shipments in Latin America had an annual growth of 33% in the third quarter of 2010 with Hewlett-Packard (HP), Acer and Dell saw 40%, 31%, and 21% growth, respectively; however,...

Taiwan market: LCD monitor tariffs removed

May 17, 10:21

Taiwan's legislature has removed the 10% tariffs currently imposed on imports of LCD monitors, a move which is expected to bring down monitor prices in the local market.

China-based PV module maker to lower quotes by 10% after feed-in tariff cuts in Germany

Mar 12, 14:11

An unspecified China-based maker of PV modules plans to lower its spot market quotes by 10%, from US$1.7-1.85/W currently, the third quarter of 2010 in a bid to maintain its global...

Taiwan PV feed-in tariff enables investment to be recouped in 10-15 years

Feb 12, 15:10

Taiwan's 20-year feed-in tariffs for PV system installation projects are estimated to result in investment payback periods of 10-15 years, according to industry sources.

Makers complain about Taiwan renewable energy feed-in tariff quota, say sources

Feb 5, 17:03

Taiwan-based companies engaged in renewable energy are complaining about the low quota for projects that can receive government subsidies this year, according to industry sources.

Germany to cut PV feed-in tariff; likely to spur demand in February and March

Jan 21, 14:27

Germany's Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) has set tentative reductions in feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) system installation...

Europe PV clients outsource more in anticipation of feed-in tariff cuts, say Taiwan makers

Jan 20, 11:10

Anticipating that the governments in Germany and other European countries will soon reduce feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) projects, Europe-based suppliers of PV modules...

Taiwan market: Renewable energy feed-in tariff subsidization to be available for application soon

Jan 14, 11:34

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has set feed-in tariff rates for renewable energy, and the subsidization is expected to be available for application by renewable energy...

Taiwan government decides to adopt 20-year fixed renewable energy feed-in tariffs

Dec 31, 11:10

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on December 30 determined that the final feed-in tariffs for renewable energy announced on December 18 will remain fixed for qualified...

Taiwan market: PV sector concerned about possible cuts in feed-in tariff

Dec 29, 14:58

While Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has set feed-in tariff rates for renewable energy, players in the local photovoltaic (PV) industry are concerned about the possibility...

Taiwan government sets renewable energy feed-in tariffs

Dec 21, 15:41

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on December 18 announced final feed-in tariffs for renewable energy which will come into effect until the end of 2010. Renewable energy...

Taiwan renewable energy feed-in tariffs not final: Q&A with Huey-ching Yeh, director general of the Bureau of Energy

Sep 25, 17:22

At a September 24 public hearing held by the Bureau of Energy (BE) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) to discuss its recently announced tentative feed-in tariff rates...

BE director general Huey-ching Yeh

Taiwan PV feed-in tariff rates too low to attract investment, say PV makers

Sep 25, 15:30

The tentative feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) power generation proposed by the Bureau of Energy (BE) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs are too low to offer incentives...

Taiwan government sets tentative PV feed-in tariffs

Sep 21, 15:15

The Bureau of Energy (BE) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has released proposed feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) and other types of renewable energy.

LCD panel makers gearing up fab construction in China, says Displaybank

Sep 3, 14:29

Leading TFT-LCD panel makers including LG Display (LGD), Sharp and Samsung Electronics are actively seeking advancement into China. Displaybank said that the trend can be seen as...

Global PV market to resume growth in 2011, says NextGen Research

Aug 3, 15:59

Photovoltaic (PV) demand will increase at a CAGR of nearly 24% from 2008 to 2013, with markedly stronger growth starting in 2011 after the global economy rebounds from the ongoing...

China aims at 100 million KW wind power-generating capacity in 2020, says paper

Jul 31, 16:44

The China government is making efforts to promote wind power generation in line with its renewable energy policies. Wind power-generating farms around China are scheduled to reach...

Solar downturn leads to more mature PV industry, says iSuppli

Apr 20, 10:16

The severe downturn in the global photovoltaic (PV) market in 2009 actually could have a positive outcome for the worldwide solar industry, yielding a more mature and orderly supply...

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