China solar subsidies

China Confirms 14 GW Solar Target For 2014

Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Sophie Vorath China has upgraded its target for national solar installations for 2014, raising it to 14GW from 10GW, the target that was previously set by the state energy regulator, in January. Deutsche Bank reports that China’s National Energy Administration published a statement on its website … [continued]

China Solar Inc. Trade Battles Intensify; State Bank to Boost Financial Support for Largest Players

News of new unfair trade actions against China and Chinese PV manufacturers announced in the EU, US, and India add to the embattled industry’s woes, as well as international trade tensions and protectionism. Illegal subsidies petitions were filed in the EU; India’s PV manufacturers are lobbying to bring a WTO case; and two protectionist bills were introduced in the US Senate. […]

China’s Largest Solar Power Farm Approved — To Be Built By GCL-Poly Energy, World’s Largest…

The world’s largest producer of solar silicon is able to move forward with the construction of a ground and rooftop solar farm that’s to be the largest in China. With a planned capacity of 330 MW, the Datong Shanxi solar farm demonstrates the government’s strong determination to support China’s increasingly troubled solar power industry. […]