One decision made at the European Union level has proved unpopular with some solar power companies in the UK. Half a million solar battery were installed every day of all the countries last year.
Lower rates represent the abilities to generate electricity from renewable sources has overtaken coal for the first time. But a simmering row over the EU’s trade barriers against Chinese solar battery has started is again.
More than 400 European solar power firms have required the EU instantly scrap minimum pricing trade measures against China.
They say they’re injuring the growth of an important industry across the European continent.
The boss at one of Britain’s biggest solar panel installers, Nick Boyle, remarks European tariffs act as a drag on the development of clean vitality.
Boyle remarks Lightsource Renewable Energy is always on the lookout for further ways of pushing out solar battery. Trade obstacles acting as a damper on innovation and business, claims the company .
The EU’s minimum price principles were introduced four years ago to combat alleged overproduction and dumping from Chinese producers, to create a ‘level playing field, currently disputed by China.’
Lightsource demands it is research and increase and the economies of scale that give the edge to Chinese Solar Panels.
The pressure on the European union then from both both producers and installers keen to gleam their light seems set to remain remorseless.
For the foreseeable future, the solar panel power industry will continue to be seen as industry in EU at odds with it self .