International Trade Actions Complicate Global Market for Renewable Energy Businesses, Particularly in the Solar Sector

By on December 4, 2012

by David J. Levine and Pamela D. Walther

As a result of several recent actions, developers of solar energy projects may face increased costs.  Two cases pending before the World Trade Organization challenge domestic content requirements of solar sector feed-in-tariff programs, and China, the European Union and the United States have initiated actions under domestic trade remedy laws that could result in additional duties at the border on imports of solar industry goods alleged or found to be subsidized or unfairly priced in countervailing duty and anti-dumping actions.

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