In part two, Roy Hales of The ECOreport discusses SEIA's argument for negotiation rather than litigation in resolving the trade disputes with Chinese panel manufacturers.


The U.S. and China reach an agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The U.S. target is 26% below 2005 levels, while China plans to peak emissions before 2030.


NPD Solarbuzz predicts 20 GW of global solar demand in Q4 2014, pushing the cumulative total to almost 200 GW. China will lead this growth, with the U.S. and Japan coming in second and third.


A Lux Research report on the solar market over the next five years finds that despite trade disputes with China, the long-term growth of solar looks strong throughout the world.


SEIA urges SolarWorld to offer a specific proposal for reaching a negotiated settlement. SEIA is hopeful that a settlement can be reached and is committed to finding an “industry-wide solution.”


The solar industry reacts to the U.S. Department of Commerce decision to impose anti-dumping duties on China and Taiwan.


The World Trade Organization rules that some U.S. tariffs on Chinese solar panels violate global trade agreements. Many in the industry oppose the...


Originally published on Cleantechnica, written by Joshua S Hill The solar industry is dominated by statistics showcasing the Asia-Pacific Region’s dominance, thanks primarily to...


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