Have the price of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels bottomed out? U.S. and European trade policy and international demand may be reversing the trend of decreasing prices for solar panels in the U.S.
2012 proved to be another great year for solar as installations increased 76% in the United States alone, according to a Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) report released last week in conjunction with GTM Research.
As major utilities attempt to push the solar industry back into the dark ages continue, you will find the most commonly used objection is that solar power cannot compete on cost with traditional sources of energy generation. Solyndra aside, this argument is beginning to lose its legitimacy as the U.S. solar market continues to grow, […]
A coalition of seven U.S.-based solar panel manufacturers filed a complaint Wednesday alleging unfair trade practices, setting off an investigation that could thrust the solar industry in the middle of a U.S.-China trade dispute. By filing their petition, the companies are claiming that they are unable to compete in the lucrative and quickly expanding American […]