Editor's Note  

The Chinese Government aims to raise the total installed capacity of nationwide solar power generation to 21 gigawatts by 2015. Given the fact that the domestic installed capacity only stood at 3.6 gigawatts in 2011, massive potential remains in the Chinese market.

Recent trade frictions with the European Union has inflicted a crushing blow to China's photovoltaic (PV) industry. Despite being the largest PV producer, overdependence on foreign markets has made China's solar panel companies vulnerable to external factors.

Opinion more
Chinese Solar Industry Gears up
China's PV industry faces a task of structural upgrading
Price Undertaking to Maintain Chinese Solar Panels in EU
The price undertaking will allow Chinese solar panel exporters to hold onto their sizeable market share in the EU
In-Depth more
Tensions Eased
A China-EU settlement ensures Chinese solar panel makers won't be shut out of a massive market
Solar Shadow
The bankruptcy of Wuxi Suntech brings uncertainty to China's solar panel industry
- EU, China Solve Solar Panel Dispute through Price Undertaking
- PV Companies Strive to Survive China-EU Dispute
- China Announces Measures to Tap Domestic PV Market
- Chinese Premier Urges Innovation in PV Sector
- China PV Makers Squeezed by EU Duties
- China's PV Sector Eyes Reshuffle ahead of EU Ruling
China-EU Solar Dispute Timeline
Development of China's PV Industry during 2009-2011
Overview of Chinese PV Giants
- Yingli Green Energy
- Suntech Power
- Trina Solar
- CanadianSolar
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