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Our goals

1. Solar for Europe's Future – Increasing the share of solar and renewable energy.

2. Sustainable Solar - Solar products should be manufactured using the highest environmental and labour standards, embracing new technologies and supporting local communities.

3. Healthy Competition – Undistorted competition as the motor of innovation and affordability over the long term.

Press Releases

08/09/2015 - FAQs EU ProSun: Expiry Review →  EN DE

04/09/2015 - Zwei weitere chinesische Solarhersteller massiver Preisverstöße beschuldigt → DE

15/07/2015 - Dumping zerstört den Wettbewerb so wie Doping den Sport → DE

09/07/2015 - Solar manufacturers welcome U.S. decision against Chinese dumping → EN DE

29/05/2015 - EU ProSun welcomes opening of anti-circumvention investigation against solar imports from Taiwan and Malaysia → EN DE



EU ProSun is a joint initiative of members of the EU solar industry. The mission of EU ProSun is to promote sustainable energy production using solar technology. EU has decided on clear climate goals for 2020, which will be an important step towards leaving behind risky technologies such as nuclear energy and to considerably limit the unnecessary CO2 emissions.

EU ProSun believes that photovoltaic energy systems can become a major pillar of the energy revolution in Europe.

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18/09/2015 - Reuters: EU could lose 3.5 million jobs if cuts trade defences against China - report → View

18/09/2015 - Politico: EU industry tries to block new trade rights for China → View

18/09/2015 - EurActiv: Manufacturers warn against dropping guard on China → View

18/09/2015 - AEGIS Europe: 3.5 million jobs at risk if EU grants Market Economy Status to China, finds new report → View

08/09/2015 - Reuters: EU solar panel producers seek extension to Chinese import limits → View

08/09/2015 - PV tech: EU ProSun requests extension of trade duties as old battlelines redrawn → View

03/09/2015 - PV Magazine: EC to cut two more Chinese producers from minimum price agreement → View

20/08/2015 - PV Magazine: Znshine officially out of MIP → View

10/07/2015 - PV Magazine: Reports of a halt in production at Yingli → View

09/07/2015 - Bloomberg: U.S. Imposes Dumping Duties on Imports of Chinese Solar Goods → View

06/07/2015 - PV Magazine: Canada issues ruling on anti-dumping case, final duties set → View

06/07/2015 - PV Tech: Trina Solar’s Malaysian manufacturing plans were blocked by government, claim reports → View

06/07/2015 - PV tech: Canada rubber stamps duties on Chinese solar → View

03/07/2015 - PV Magazine: Znshine removed from EU minimum price → View

17/06/2015 - PV Tech: Failed module brand QSolar used fake TÜV SÜD certificates → View

10/06/2015 - PV Magazine: Intersolar Europe: SolarWorld exits SolarPower Europe trade body → View

10/06/2015 - PV Tech: Intersolar 2015: SolarWorld quits SolarPower Europe over trade dispute → View

09/06/2015 - Energy Trend: ReneSola, ET Solar Withdrew from EU-China MIP Deal, Canadian Solar to Review Legal Options → View

05/06/2015 - PV Magazine: Eu Prosun calls for PV MIP investigation to be extended following solar companies' breach→  View

05/06/2015 - Energy Trend: Canada Announces Final Result of Dumping, Subsidy in Chinese PV Products → View

29/05/2015 - Bloomberg: Solarworld Gains EU Probes of Possible China Duty Evasion → View

29/05/2015 - PV Magazine: EU to extend solar trade investigation to Malaysia, Taiwan → View

29/05/2014 - PV Tech: EU investigating adding Malaysia and Taiwan to solar trade case → View

06/05/2015 - PV Tech: How changing WTO rules on China could sink trade duties → View

05/05/2015 - PV Tech: EU-China solar trade agreement under investigation → View

05/05/2015 - Bloomberg: EU Solar-Panel Industry Wins Review of China Price Pact → View

28/04/2015 - Reuters: EU solar producers launch new action against Chinese rivals → View

13/03/2015 - Bloomberg: EU proposes ending duty-free access for three China solar firms → View

10/03/2015 - PV Magazine: Dutch authorities investigating possible PV module import violations → View

10/03/2015 - PV Tech: Chinese PV firms face exclusion from EU price deal → View

09/03/2015 - PV Magazine: Three Chinese manufacturers to be removed from minimum price agreement → View

06/03/2015 - Bloomberg: Canada Imposes Tariff on Imported Chinese Solar Equipment → View

27/01/2015 – PV Magazine: One-third of SMA staff to lose their jobs → View

23/01/2015 – Sun Wind & Energy: Hanwha Q CELLS closes German production site → View

21/01/2015 – PV Tech: US-China trade tariffs to proceed following crucial ITC vote → View


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