Danish solar industry: "Chinese players laughing all the way to the bank"

It makes no sense for the EU to extend its import tariffs on Chinese solar panels, say players in the Danish solar industry, which point out that solar would be far stronger in Europe if the EU Commission did not have a minimum price imposed on Chinese solar panels when Chinese players want to sell them for cheaper.


"The only thing this achieves is making the shift to renewables in Europe more expensive. In my view it is completely illogical," says Nickolaj Hoff, CEO of Nordic Solar Energy, which invests and operates solar farms around Europe. 

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