20 May '13, 2am

European PV anti-dumping duties a heavy hit for Chinese vendors

European PV anti-dumping duties a heavy hit for Chinese vendors

Latest News Intel Beacon Mountain allows Android development on ARM and Atom EMI signal vulnerability affects heart implants, allows call hijacks Updated Altium Designer provides live views, design-to-cost New display glass substrate stands up to the heat Australians print A3 sized flexible organic solar cells THE EU antidumping duties imposed on Chinese-manufactured photovoltaic solar modules could price them out of the market, according to IHS. In March 2013, Chinese modules cost an average of US$0.66/W. According to IHS Solar Module Price Index forecasts, this price would grow to US$0.67/W in June 2013. However, the EU import duties could cause a price jump to US$0.97/W in June. Current figures for EU import duties on solar modules from China range from 37.2 percent to 67.9 percent. Prior to the establishment of these duties (expected in June), the prices of Chinese mod...

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