The hottest Indian photovoltaic anti-dumping inves

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The Indian photovoltaic anti-dumping investigation will make a ruling as early as next week

according to the Indian solar Independent Power Producers Association (sippa), the deadline for the submission of anti-dumping investigation evidence is today, originally on July 25, and the final ruling will be made as early as next week on whether the electromechanical wiring is firmly connected

in November 2012, the solar manufacturers association (SMA) submitted a petition on behalf of three domestic solar manufacturers indosolar, Jupiter solar power and websol to investigate the dumping of photovoltaic products in Chinese Mainland, Taiwan, Malaysia and the United States. Last month, the survey was extended to include (click to view previous relevant reports of PV Tech) the European Union and Japan. Bloomberg recently reported that the ruling may be coming soon

sma claims that thin film and silicon photovoltaic cells and modules imported from India from the United States and other Asian countries are being sold at low prices, in violation of trade fairness regulations

On behalf of Indian developers, sippa opposes the dumping duties proposed by SMA. The survey recently split India's solar market into two parts, manufacturers and developers

a preliminary hearing was held on July 18, and sufficient prima facie evidence was found that India's domestic solar manufacturing industry was suffering damage

the investigation must still determine a fair percentage for the anti-dumping duty. SMA recently proposed to levy% according to different countries, and bridge to India recently proposed a tariff of 20% to meet the needs of both parties

the Ministry of Commerce, which is responsible for the investigation, declined to comment

according to the weekly analysis, bridge to India, an analysis company, said a few days ago that SMA's request was supported because most of the respondents of the alleged foreign battery manufacturers "suffered significant financial losses by selling at an infeasible price in the past two years"

however, the situation of developers is that the price of solar power generation will rise with the anti-dumping tax, which will damage the industry, "in terms of this process, it is of little significance"

if the investigation proposes anti-dumping duties, the manufacturing of batteries and components in India will gain, but in many parts of India, developers of projects under construction may still be at risk, "squeezed in the deadline for trial operation and price increases, which may make many projects infeasible"

according to bridge to India, anti-dumping duties may create "an insulation zone of limited competition, allowing higher cost manufacturers to survive and driving up the cost of solar power generation", and also endanger employment, solar parity, India's future progress and international competitiveness

bridge to India recently said that if "India and Greece will hold a series of celebrations to support the domestic solar energy industry, it should not focus on battery and module manufacturing, but on downstream employment, balanced systems and innovation", and the efforts of the whole government "should focus on promoting Indian innovation to provide solar energy solutions"

load sensors are not only important but also valuable. There are still doubts about whether the survey meets the standards of the World Trade Organization (WTO). SMA may be regarded as representing a limited number of three manufacturers to distort the market. Zhonghua glass () Department

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