In this guest post for pv magazine USA, Soltage Senior VP Marc Miller looks at the Contract for Differences (CfD) model as a way to further expand corporate adoption of solar, particularly in states that do not have Virtual Net Metering policies.
While the national solar association warns that 88,000 jobs will be lost in the event that Suniva’s proposal is approved, SolarWorld argues that the dismal outcomes predicted in the last round of trade action never materialized.
The second of SunEdison’s two yieldcos is putting all of its ducks in a row as both companies prepare to be bought by the Canadian asset manager.
The rulings help clear the way for Brookfield’s acquisition of the two yieldcos, closing a long and difficult chapter in the story of the three companies.
An internal U.S. government watchdog is looking at the loans which kick-started large-scale solar in Chile, after at least three of five solar projects have made moves to restructure these loans.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has informed the WTO that it is moving forward with its investigation into whether Suniva and SolarWorld deserve “global safeguard” protection from their competitors.
The International Trade Commission decided late tonight to move forward under Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974 to investigate whether the bankrupt module maker deserves protection from its Chinese competitors, with potentially severe results for the U.S. solar market.
In a shocking and bizarre twist to bankrupt panel manufacturer Suniva’s potentially devastating trade-protection petition, the company’s biggest U.S. creditor told the Chinese that for the right price, it could make the trade complaint disappear.
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