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  1. RSSFeed

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    Sep 28, 2016
    EGEB: Suniva may be filing for ‘serious damage’, South Australia 80% wind+solar, Japan drops 25GW of solar, more


    Suniva going to seek extreme protections against Chinese solar panels manufacturersThe company plans to lobby the International Trade Commission under Section 201 of the 1974 Trade Act — basically arguing that solar imports (not just Chinese imports, but imports in general) have caused “serious injury.” The article goes on to say that if the 1974 Trade Act is applied to this case, and they agree that serious injury has occurred, there are many ‘solutions’ that can be applied against the industry – including tariffs against any country in the world, or minimum pricing. And it would be Trump filing these consequences. If we choose to attack solar panel pricing – it is only the USA that will suffer, the rest of the world will keep on keeping on.

    South Australia projected to have 80% of electricity demand met by solar+wind by 2021/2022 – South Australia also happens to be a place that is currently in a strange type of gas shortage – one where they export before they feed the local markets. These energy issues are driving record solar growth in 2017 and the largest projects the earth has seen involving solar+batteries. more…


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  2. Badback

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    Apr 7, 2016
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    Yeah, what we need to do is protect a solar panel producer that can't compete internationally.

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