Indian manufacturers allege EU module dumping

22. July 2013 | Global PV markets, Industry & Suppliers, Investor news, Markets & Trends | By:  Max Hall

Three manufacturers have complained about dumping of cells and modules from the EU and Japan. Same three companies have an ongoing complaint about cells from the U.S., China, Taiwan and Malaysia.

A photovoltaic park in Karnataka.

Three Indian solar manufacturers have complained about the dumping of cells and modules from the EU and Japan.

Indian solar manufacturer Websol Energy Systems Ltd. has confirmed it has complained, along with two other manufacturers, about the dumping of EU and Japanese solar cells and modules in the country.

A Bloomberg report stated Websol, together with Indosolar and Jupiter Solar Power, had registered the complaint and an employee of Websol confirmed this was the case to pv magazine without adding any further details.

Indosolar and Jupiter refused to comment on the story.

The Bloomberg report states the same three companies have an ongoing complaint about the dumping of cells from the U.S., China, Taiwan and Malaysia which was made in November and goes on to state that the Indian Department of Commerce held an initial hearing into the older complaint on July 18.

The Indian Department of Commerce was unavailable for comment.


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