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By Kari Williamson
The President’s remarks came in an interview on KGW NewsChannel 8 when asked about the recently filed trade petitions.
SolarWorld accuses China of showering its solar manufacturers with countless and widespread subsidies and exports its production at artificially low prices with the effect of decimating much of the US domestic solar manufacturing industry and its jobs.
Obama has been quoted as saying: “We have seen a lot of questionable competitive practices coming out of China when it comes to the clean energy space, and I have been more aggressive than previous administrations in enforcing our trade laws. We have filed actions against them when we see these kinds of dumping activities, and we’re going to look very carefully at this stuff and potentially bring actions if we find that the basic rules of the road have been violated.”
The Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing filed a case with the US Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission against China in October. China has since hit back warning the US against trade protectionism.
China has moved steadily to prevent foreign participation in its renewable energy market, which will have a negative impact on the renewable energy industr
China has long since been criticised by the West as being intransigent on its response to climate change issues. But a new analysis by NGO Greenpeace compa
After successfully weavings its path through the two chambers of Congress in the USA, President Obama has signed into law the hugely-ambitious (and some wo
Prof Mark Goulthorpe will be the keynote speaker at the Future of Composites in Construction Show.
Inspired by natural adhesive materials, scientists have developed a synthetic version that can be controlled remotely using UV light.
An innovative building technique using stackable, sand reinforced polyester bricks could speed up the construction process.
Conductive CNT-composites could be produced using standard commercial 3D printers, according to Italian researchers
Materials Today Interview with Dr Davide Crivelli from the Politecnico di Milano about acoustic emission.