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They ask her to end the trade measures in place since on Chinese solar modules and cells. According to the signing companies the Trade Measures add to the cost of solar and are contributing to slowing down its deployment.
Signing solar companies are among others BayWa r. Companies have signed from every EU Member State, from all segments of the value chain - including: European solar SMEs and large corporations are united in the belief that these trade duties must go, and now is the time for the Commission to act and remove them through the ongoing Expiry Review.
Representing European manufacturing, Christian Westermeier, Board Director of SolarPower Europe, added 'For European manufacturers in the solar value chain the measures have been ruinous and have led to the loss of thousands of jobs in manufacturing.
The removal of these trade measures will stimulate growth in European manufacturing all along the solar value chain and support the process of regaining this lost European employment.
Sebastian Berry, Board Director of SolarPower Europe, summed up the feeling of the European solar sector by saying 'The trade measures have been in place for a long time, they have brought only decline to the European solar sector. As a leading European solar company we need the Commission to remove these measures to allow the sector to grow sustainably again.
If Europe is serious about leading in renewables, then the solar sector must be allowed to grow again and the European Commission can support this with one easy action - removing the trade measures. The case represents the largest ever trade dispute between the EU and China and seriously impacts the possibility for Europe to reach its climate objectives.
The Expiry Review into the trade duties placed on solar modules and cells originating in China is currently ongoing and due to be completed by March Click here to get the solar irradiation data for your region in Europe — for free.
Over European companies call for the end of EU trade measures against China on solar products. More than companies from all over Europe are calling on the EU to end the solar trade case against China. Trade measures caused loss also of PV manufacturing jobs Representing European manufacturing, Christian Westermeier, Board Director of SolarPower Europe, added 'For European manufacturers in the solar value chain the measures have been ruinous and have led to the loss of thousands of jobs in manufacturing.
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