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Renewable Energy in the Asia-Pacific Fourth Edition

by DLA Piper on

DLA Piper is proud to release the 4th edition of Renewable Energy in the Asia-Pacific. This publication is an ambitious task, seeking to capture the key renewable energy market highlights across the vast Asia-Pacific region,...more

Denver Green Roof Initiative Passed by Denver Voters

By a narrow margin, on Nov. 7, 2017, Denver voters approved a Citizen Ballot Initiative (“Initiative”) that mandates green roofs on all new buildings with over 25,000 square feet of floor area. The Initiative also requires...more

U.S. International Trade Commission Vote Indicates U.S. Solar Industry, Markets & Policymakers Should Expect Increased Duties &...

by Bryan Cave on

On October 31, 2017, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) voted on “Global Safeguard” import remedies regarding Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic (CSPV) cells (see International Regulatory Bulletin (IRB) No. 565). A...more

ITC Makes Recommendations in Solar Trade Case

by McGuireWoods LLP on

The fate of the U.S. solar industry is now (at least somewhat) in the hands of President Donald Trump. By Jan. 12, 2018, he must decide what action, if any, to take against overseas solar panel manufacturers whose imports are...more

ITC Rules on SolarWorld/Suniva Investigation

by Dickinson Wright on

In spring of 2017, Suniva Inc. ("Suniva") and SolarWorld Americas, Inc. ("SolarWorld") (together, the "Petitioners"), filed Investigation No. TA-201-075 with the International Trade Commission (the "ITC") under Section 201 of...more

Currents - Energy Industry Insights - October 2017 #5

Drive for ANWR Oil Bonanza Could Prove to be a Bust for the Republicans' Budget - "Congressional Republicans counting on a $1 billion windfall from selling oil-drilling rights in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to help...more

International Trade Commission Issues Recommendations for Tariffs on Imported Solar PV Equipment

by McDermott Will & Emery on

On October 31, 2017, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) released its recommendations to impose a tariff on imported solar equipment. The proposals it issued, however, would result in duties substantially lower than...more

ITC Proposes Tariffs in Solar Trade Case

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

After hearing days of arguments and considering dozens of filings from solar companies both opposed to and in support of trade action, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) today recommended tariffs on imported solar...more

Renewable Energy Update - October 2017

by Allen Matkins on

Renewable Energy Focus - California greenhouse gas emissions fall as renewables boom - PV Magazine - Oct 4 California is leading the energy transition in the United States, including achieving the highest portion of...more

North Carolina’s Court of Appeals Affirms that Power Purchase Agreements are Impermissible in the State

by Holland & Knight LLP on

A recent North Carolina Court of Appeals decision, State of North Carolina ex. rel. Utilities Commission, et. al. v. N.C. Waste Awareness and Reduction Network (NC WARN), affirming an order of the North Carolina Utilities...more

U.S. Trade Commission Finds Domestic Injury from Foreign Solar Imports

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

In a ruling highly anticipated and hotly debated in the solar industry, the U.S. International Trade Commission determined in a unanimous 4-0 decision today that foreign imports of solar modules caused “serious injury” to...more

Rooftop Solar Provider Held to be a “Public Utility” in North Carolina

On September 19, 2017, the Court of Appeals of North Carolina (“Court”) held that companies that install solar panels on customer rooftops are “public utilities” under state law, at least when they retain ownership of the...more

ITC Decision Could Cloud Outlook for Solar Project Developers

by Jones Day on

A recent decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission ("ITC") could have long-term consequences for the U.S. solar industry. On September 22, 2017, the ITC found, by a vote of 4-0, that rising imports have caused...more

Is an Entity Supplying and Operating Solar Panels for an Unrelated Facility a Public Utility? North Carolina Appellate Court...

The Court of Appeals of North Carolina (“Court”) addressed in a September 19th opinion whether an entity supplying and operating a system of solar panels to a North Carolina facility is a “public utility” under North Carolina...more

Remedy Phase Begins after ITC Finds that Imports Injured US Solar Industry

Today the US International Trade Commission (ITC) issued a unanimous decision under Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974 that imported solar panels are the “substantial cause” of serious injury or the threat of serious injury...more

U.S. Solar Industry Braces for Potential Tariffs After U.S. International Trade Commission Decision

by Holland & Knight LLP on

After the U.S. International Trade Commission's (ITC) ruling on September 22 that importers of solar panels have seriously injured domestic solar panel manufacturers, the U.S. solar industry is set for a period of...more

SFC Obtains Disqualification and Court Orders Against Hanergy’s Former Chairman and Current Directors

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

The Court of First Instance’s decision has important implications for directors of listed companies when failing to act in the best interests of the company. Background - On July 15, 2015, the Securities and Futures...more

ITC Prepares to Vote on the Suniva/SolarWorld proceeding re Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Cells

by Stoel Rives LLP on

As we approach the critical September 22 vote of the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) for the U.S. solar industry, here is a brief review of how we arrived at this point and what to expect. This vote will...more

Renewable Alert Letter 33: Enforcement of New Regulations on Overloading

Renewable Alert Letter 33 Topics: - Enforcement of New Regulations on Overloading - Approval of amendments to material matters concerning consent to interconnection: Does FIT price change if the planned commercial...more

TOTAL ECLIPSE EDITION: Trade Secret Disputes That Are Out of This World

Take off your eclipse glasses, close that NASA photo gallery, and stop thinking about how “path of totality” would make an awesome band name: it’s time to get back to work. As the country recovers from Eclipse Mania 2017, we...more

Renewable Energy Update - August 2017 #3

by Allen Matkins on

Renewable Energy Focus - Solar trade case weighs whether protection will save or sink industry - Washington Post - Aug 15 - Two solar manufacturers are begging the federal government for help, arguing that...more

ITC Holds Section 201 Hearing on Solar Imports

On August 15, 2017, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) held a hearing to consider whether solar panels are being imported in such increased quantities that they are the “substantial cause” of serious injury or the...more

Negotiating Complex Agreements - Construction and Procurement Law News, Q2 2017

Sunvalley Solar, Inc. (“Sunvalley”), is a solar equipment distributor in California. It brought an action in California state court against CEEG (Shanghai) Solar Science & Technology Co., Ltd. and China Sunergy (Nanjing) Co.,...more

Sustainable Development Update - July 2017 #3

by Allen Matkins on

Sustainable Development Focus - Shading and lighting retrofits slash energy use in office demonstration - Phys.org - Jul 11 - By using advanced lighting and automated shades, scientists from the Department of...more

Suniva’s Solar Panel Trade Action and Its Impact on the Industry

by McGuireWoods LLP on

As has been widely reported, Georgia-based solar panel manufacturer Suniva Inc. filed an action with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) aimed at, in some cases, doubling the price of solar panels and cells produced...more

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