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WTO rules against Canada in renewable energy case

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has ruled against Canada that centres around promotion of renewable energy.

China points finger at Greece and Italy in solar dispute

China this week brought a World Trade Organisation dispute against the EU, as it alleges that EU member states Italy and Greece broke trade law by favouring local solar firms.

US-China clean energy war sees more allegations of dirty tricks

The ongoing energy trade war between China and the US has taken a new twist with the news that China's Ministry of Commerce...

US makes complaint against Indian solar policy

In another instalment of ongoing global solar wars, the US has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) alleging discrimination against American-made solar products by the Indian government's national solar programme.

Taiwan agrees to full foreign ownership of power plants

The Taiwanese government has relaxed its rules to allow foreign investors to have a 100 per cent ownership of local power plants in line with the country's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO).


DOE to provide $52m for CO2 capture development projects

US votes to heavily punish Chinese solar makers

The US has voted to impose punitive tariffs on Chinese solar panels, with duties expected to range between 31 and 250 per cent.

AIR POLLUTION CONTROL REPORT- China: a sleeping giant

As China readies itself for accession to the World Trade Organization, foreign investors wait patiently for opportunities to open up in this giant market. With pollution reaching dangerous levels, the air pollution control equipment market is set for rapid growth.

US places fresh tariffs on Chinese wind power

The US Commerce Department has announced it is placing fresh tariffs on China's wind power manufacturing industry The move comes as officials from the...

US imposes tariffs on Chinese solar panels

The Obama administration has imposed tariffs of up to 4.73 per cent on Chinese manufacturers of solar panel cells, judging that they benefited from unfair export subsidies after a review that has split the US solar industry.