Solar panel prices will go high as EU sets up tariff on Chinese imports

11/09/2017 13:55 Solar

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Analysts foresee a price increase up to 30% on Chinese solar modules because of duties to be applied by EU. 

Chinese solar imports are the target for European and US lawmakers. Europe’s solar industry has already expressed its negative attitude towards the new duties on Chinese imports voted by EU. 

 

Solar Power Europe: Even though the world market prices are falling, the tariffs imposed by EU will reflect significantly on the costs of household installations.

 

The USA also plans to introduce higher tariffs for Chinese solar modules and cells as it pursues cutting a deal with China with North Korea. 
 

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