Netherlands customs suspect mainland China PV module was to repost the origin marking or low price in April, raising

Polaris solar PV net news: European executives doubt that PV modules from mainland China, Taiwan and Malaysia are reposts origin labels. Netherlands media reported that, in a number of European ports, 22 manufacturer’s components have been impounded in order to receive more extensive survey

Netherlands customs officials are currently Rotterdam (note) to check suspected to be affixed with a label of origin of solar modules. Component approach Malaysia and Taiwan region, from China to Europe, allegedly evading Central solar minimum price undertakings.

Netherlands customs administration in addressing potential import irregularities began a formal investigation. Investigators suspect solar modules from China in China, Taiwan and Malaysia port is labeled.

Reporter was informed that the component that is located in the port of Rotterdam are undergoing further checks. As part of the inspection, the Customs authorities have seized relevant documents and upon conviction will be collected tariff of 65%. Authorities expect the current products with a total value of 1.2 million euros.

Norway PV manufacturers REC SolarASA executives have been skeptical of such breaches of EU low price promise has existed for a long time.

“All of a sudden, component shipments from Taiwan exports to Europe are so high. As long as you check the local production capacity, you will find it simply incredible. “REC olar Senior Vice President Luc Grar é told reporters.

Netherlands trade publishing house Solar Magazine reported that at present, in a number of European ports, 22 manufacturer’s components have been impounded, to accept a broader investigation.

Lowest price or rate increase April 1

The EU will on April 1 this year, China imported solar panels review the minimum import prices. Although the arbitration has not “settled”, but there is a high possibility of further growth. This review will be based on the lowest price, Bloomberg new energy finance component price indices, while the euro is likely to be important drivers of growth led to the lowest price.

Last year, the EU minimum import prices of Chinese-made crystalline silicon solar module from 0.56 euros per watt per cent to € 0.53. From other non-Chinese manufacturer of PV modules is not bound by minimum import price agreements. (Compilation: Bian Xiaoyun)

Original title: Netherlands customs suspect mainland China PV module was to repost the origin marking or low price in April, raising

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