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Could The Solar Trade Petition Destroy The Industry? Not If It Fights Back

In this op-ed for pv magazine, Tony Clifford of Standard Solar argues that the solar industry must mobilize politically to fight the Section 201 investigation initiated by Suniva.


Court denies SolarEdge’s injunction request against Enphase over ad

Saying the company failed to provide sufficient evidence to support any of its claims, a court refused to grant a preliminary injunction to stop Enphase from running the advertisement in question.


Cease and desist: SolarEdge heads to court to stop Enphase ads

The court rejected SolarEdge’s request for a temporary restraining order but did order an expedited schedule to hear whether the company should get a preliminary injunction to stop Enphase from running the videos.


Big Sky, small solar, smaller terms

A Montana solar project that would have quadrupled the state’s installed solar has been bushwhacked in the regulatory process, putting solar and even any power plant development in the state in question.

Court upholds strict scope for duties on Chinese, Taiwanese imports

A pair of court rulings has shot down challenges by a range of solar manufacturers related to the details of 2014 import duties on solar products from China and Taiwan.

Dispatches from Intersolar North America: The “Suniva effect” is real – and it’s already started

ANALYSIS: Discussions with at least one growing solar developer reveal panel shortages, asterisks and other potential clouds on solar’s horizon because of the Section 201 trade case.

SolarWorld Americas receives $6m cash lifeline

The U.S. arm of the troubled solar power company can expect to receive a $6 million infusion of cash from its lenders, which have also permitted the sale of non-operational assets.

Bribery scandal, budget woes sink Oregon solar incentive

Despite the best efforts of the Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association, the Residential Energy Tax Credit will sunset with no immediate replacement in place, in part because of improprieties at the state’s Department of Energy.

G20 nations dragging their heels on low-carbon transition, reports find

Study from Climate Transparency shows that while green finance among G20 nations has been stepped up, legacy commitments to fossil fuels mean countries will miss “well below 2 degree” warming limit set at Paris Agreement. Fossil fuel spending still four times higher than renewable spending, Oil Change International report also finds.

Louisiana retroactively fixes solar tax credit

The state’s house and senate have passed a bill to ensure that PV system owners who installed solar by the end of 2015 actually get the tax credit they were promised.

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