Taiwanese cell makers fear duties amid booming demand

first_imgTaiwanese cell makers fear duties amid booming demandCell and wafer manufacturers in Taiwan are reporting record figures. But the industry is reportedly concerned about moves by Chinese module makers to represent it in talks with the U.S. authorities. February 7, 2014 Max Hall Finance Legal Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share There were conflicting signals from Taiwan today about the potential effect of U.S. anti dumping (AD) and anti subsidy counteraviling duties (CVD) being applied to Taiwanese-made solar cells. A week ahead of the date when the U.S. Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission (ITC) expect to announce whether they have found evidence of products featuring Taiwanese cells harming U.S. solar companies, manufacturers in Taipei have reported booming demand. Four of the country’s biggest solar manufacturers say demand has lifted the price of the cells they make and factories are running at capacity, according to a report in today’s Taipei Times. But a report on the Focus Taiwan News Channel website today, claims manufacturers are worried about the impact of U.S. duties and are also unhappy with an attempt by two Chinese module manufacturers to represent them in the Taiwan-U.S. investigations. Focus Taiwan says Sam Hung, head of the Taiwanese Photovoltaic Industry Association has asked the government’s Bureau of Trade to intervene after Chinese module manufacturers Yingli Solar and Hanwha SolarOne – whom presumably use Taiwanese-made cells in their products – reportedly asked the U.S. Department of Commerce to let them represent Taiwanese cell-makers in the dispute. Taiwan Focus says that request is due to be decided by February 21, provided that, as expected, the U.S. authorities announce next Friday evidence of harmful dumping and subsidies has been found. Focus Taiwan says cell manufacturers are unhappy with this move and fear they will not be heard by the investigating U.S. authorities and have asked the government – via the industry association – to intervene. Taiwanese cells cost more than global average Referring to unnamed ‘industry sources,’ Focus Taiwan claims cells made in the country cost 8% more than the global average price and 11% more than cells made across the Taiwanese Strait. The latest trade figures released by Taiwan’s solar manufacturers illustrate just why U.S. duties would be so unwelcome. According to a report in today’s Taipei Times, three of the country’s major cell makers, as well as wafer manufacturer Green Energy Technology (GET), cannot make and ship their products fast enough. The Times said Neo Solar Power Corp, reportedly Taiwan’s biggest cell maker, yesterday announced its highest monthly revenue for almost three years had been recorded last month. January revenue reached NT$2.42 billion (US$79.9 million), up from NT$2.41 billion in December and NT$820 million in January 2013. According to the Times report, fellow cell makers E-Ton Solar Tech Co – with January revenue of NT$406 million, up from NT$396 million in December and NT$123 million, year-on-year; and Gintech Energy Corp – with NT$1.36 billion in January a slight monthly dip but up 55% year-on-year – are also enjoying rapid growth in orders. The Times added wafer maker GET had posted January revenues of NT$1.34 billion, a 65% rise on the NT$812 million seen in January 2013. The U.S. Commerce Department and ITC are considering whether to extend the AD and CVD duties applied to Chinese-made solar products to include those featuring solar cells manufactured in Taiwan after the U.S. subsidiary of German manufacturer SolarWorld claimed Chinese companies had shifted cell manufacturing to Taiwan as a loophole to avoid the U.S. import duties.Popular content Enabling aluminum in batteries Mark Hutchins 27 April 2021 pv-magazine.com Scientists in South Korea and the UK demonstrated a new cathode material for an aluminum-ion battery, which achieved impressive results in both speci… ITRPV: Large formats are here to stay Mark Hutchins 29 April 2021 pv-magazine.com The 2021 edition of the International Technology Roadmap for Photovoltaics (ITRPV) was published today by German engineering association VDMA. 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BMW rolls out new solar carports in South Africa

first_imgBMW rolls out new solar carports in South AfricaThe solar carport rollout is part of the German automaker’s global efforts to expand home and publicly accessible charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. May 25, 2016 Edgar Meza Energy Storage Installations Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share German automaker BMW has unveiled its new solar carports in South Africa, which it will begin rolling out in July. The BMW i solar carport supplies an average of 3.6 kW of solar power straight to the BMW i Wallbox, which is used to charge electric and plug-in hybrid BMW models and which is equipped with a live readout of how much power is being generated by the sun. Tim Abbott, CEO of BMW Group South Africa and Sub-Sahara, said the company was the first automaker to offer such a broad-based EV smart charging product to reduce costs for customers. The rollout is part of the company’s global efforts to expand home and publicly accessible charging infrastructure for electric vehicles, Abbott added. In the coming months, BMW Group South Africa will expand the installation of the solar carport in major cities, including Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, for public charging. Customers and fleet companies will also be able to order the solar carport for home and office charging. “We have always emphasised that in order for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles to be successful, we need to firstly increase consumer confidence in the viability of electric vehicles and secondly make public charging easily accessible for customers who purchase these cars,” Abbott said. “The rollout of the solar carport is also an emphasis on this philosophy.” The solar carport is produced by PV solar system designer and installer Sunworks. It is made of high-end bamboo and stainless steel housing for the glass solar modules. 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THE PEOPLE’S DEFENDER SENIOR PROFILE

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Coyle and Eristov top big field in Palm Beach Masters Qualifier

first_imgThings didn’t go according to plan for Jordan Coyle (IRL) and Eristov in the $89,500 CSI5* Palm Beach Masters Qualifier, and it was all the better for them.“It wasn’t really part of the plan; this season [we had] a few hiccups. This wouldn’t normally be [Eristov’s] class. The [$300,000 CSI5* CP Palm Beach Masters Final on Sunday] would be his class, but with everything that’s [been] happening, I thought I should go out today and try to win,” Coyle said.Win they did over a competitive, 56-horse field, which saw 22 riders jump clear by the end of the afternoon. Maximizing Eristov’s impressive stride, Coyle pulled out all the stops, dashing through the timers on 67.27 seconds, just ahead of Ben Maher (GBR) and Explosion W on 68.63 seconds, and Coyle’s countryman, Billy Twomey and Lady Lou, on 69.62.Jumping in the bottom third of the order, Coyle had the benefit of watching the majority of the class ahead of him and thought there was still work left to be done. “I watched Billy [Twomey and] I didn’t even think [he] was going that fast, so I couldn’t believe that no one had gone faster,” Coyle said.“From [Jumps] 7 to 8, it’s seven strides, but for [Eristov], it’s a normal six. And then after the double [9a-b], it’s six strides [to Jump 10], but you can do five normally on him. He just has a massive, massive stride, so on a field like this, when the jumps are set like this, then it’s perfect.”In fact, the Irish rider said, Alan Wade’s 1.55m speed track, which offered several places for riders to cut corners and allow their horses to gallop unrestrained, had all the ingredients necessary for the 11-year-old KWPN gelding’s success. “He loves grass, and he loves when he can leave out strides, because it’s just easier for him.“I think today he felt free,” Coyle continued. “When you’re doing the ‘right’ numbers all the time, it takes a lot of control. I don’t have much control over him much of the time. So today, wherever we were able to not have control [on course], it suited him.”With a strong group of owners, Coyle is working to develop a string of new horses, a fact that has changed the way he rides Eristov, among others. “I jumped the 1.45m [$36,600 Suncast Welcome Stake] yesterday and went fast, which is something I never would do with him, and then also [went for the win] today. I think, actually, after doing it, it’s something I should do more often, because he came in and he enjoyed it.“A year [or] six months ago, I would have never been able to do this, because I only had [Eristov in my string]. So, to be able to then go into the [$300,000 CSI5* CP Palm Beach Masters Final] on Sunday, you leave yourself no chance,” said Coyle, who plans to compete his second horse, Essenar Crixus, in Sunday’s 1.60m Grand Prix. “It’s great that we can use all the horses now.”Sergio Alvarez Moya Puts the Pieces Together in the $36,600 CSI5* NetJets Speed ChallengeSergio Alvarez Moya (ESP) and Charmeur earned their second win of the 2020 Palm Beach Masters Series® in the $36,600 CSI5* NetJets Speed Challenge, recording a blisteringly fast time of 58.43 seconds. Amanda Derbyshire (GBR) was second with Lady Maria BH (62.44 seconds), while Egypt’s Nayel Nassar and Igor van de Wittemoere were third (62.73 seconds).Twentieth to go in the field of 36, Moya put the pedal down from start to finish over Course Designer Alan Wade’s (IRL) 1.45m track, improving on his performance one day earlier in the $36,600 CSI5* Suncast Welcome Stake.“Yesterday, I went fast, but I had a bit too much control in some of the turns, an extra stride, and I had the last fence down,” Moya said.“[Charmeur] really enjoys going fast. I knew McLain was coming behind me [today, and also] has a naturally very fast horse [in Catoki]. So I said, ‘I have to try from [Jump] 1 to the last.’”The plan paid off for the longtime partners, who also won the $72,900 CSI4*-W Candy Tribble Qualifier during Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Week at Deeridge Farms in January. Charmeur’s competitive fire was on full display as the gelding bounded around the course, putting forth great effort across several oxers, while never letting up on his gallop.“He’s not the most scopey [horse], but he’s very careful and a fighter; he never gives up. Obviously, when you go fast, he doesn’t need to try as hard. He uses his speed a little bit,” Moya said, adding that Charmeur seems to have a preference for Deeridge Farms’ Grass Arena.“He has a big personality; you can [really tell] what he likes and doesn’t like.”Watch LiveResults: $89,500 CSI5* Palm Beach Masters Qualifier1- Jordan Coyle (IRL), Eristov 0/67.272- Ben Maher (GBR), Explosion W 0/68.633- Billy Twomey (IRL), Lady Lou 0/69.624- Bertram Allen (IRL), Gun Powder 0/69.985- Alberto Michan (ISR), Cosa Nostra 0/70.78 Tags: show jumping, Jordan Coyle, Eristov, CSI5* Palm Beach Masters Qualifier, We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Email* Horse Sport Enews SIGN UP Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes.last_img read more

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

first_imgCOMPANY DESCRIPTIONThank you for your interest in the University of Indianapolis! TheUniversity is a private, liberal arts university located on 65acres, just minutes from downtown Indianapolis. With more than 700faculty and staff, it is a place where you can become part of aclose-knit campus community that emphasizes the importance ofcommunity partnerships in the future growth of theUniversity.UIndy’s mission is to prepare its graduates for effective,responsible, and articulate membership in the complex societies inwhich they live and serve, and for excellence and leadership intheir personal and professional lives. The motto of “Education forService” provides the foundation for our work to better ourcommunities, both near and far.As University employees, we know the work we do is important to ourstudents and our communities. To accomplish our mission, we welcometalented, civic-minded and diverse individuals from all careerlevels to help maintain our high standards of excellence andquality. If you want to join our dynamic environment and experiencehard work, creativity, and teamwork, we welcome yourapplication!Founded in 1902, the University of Indianapolis (UIndy) is aprivate, comprehensive, diverse university affiliated with theUnited Methodist Church. The University of Indianapolis is an equalopportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard to race, sex, age,color, religion, national origin, disability, citizenship status,military status, marital status, sexual orientation, genderidentity, or gender expression. The University of Indianapolis doesnot discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programsand activities, including employment and admission as required byTitle IX.JOB DESCRIPTIONThe Department of Philosophy & Religion invites applicationsfor a tenure-track position in philosophy at the AssistantProfessor rank. This is a full-time faculty position carrying a 4-4teaching load with a start date of August 2021. Teaching andservice responsibilities are carried out annually acrossnine-months, while salary is paid over 12 months. The searchcommittee is especially interested in candidates who, through theirresearch, teaching, and/or service, will contribute to thediversity and excellence of our academic community.Responsibilities include teaching courses primarily for theundergraduate general education philosophy curriculum, with someopportunity for teaching upper divisional philosophy courses.Ability to develop and teach freshman writing-focused seminars inphilosophy, philosophy honors courses and/or interdisciplinarycourses desirable, especially those with an ethics focus. Thesuccessful candidate is expected to be committed to high qualityclassroom teaching, carry out an ongoing research agenda andprovide service to the department and University.Applicants will be asked to upload as a part of their application acover letter, CV, writing sample, teaching portfolio (statement ofteaching philosophy, evaluations, sample syllabi and other relevantinstructional materials), and unofficial transcript (highest degreeearned). Additionally, three letters of recommendation should besent by email to Gwen Thomas ([email protected]), AdministrativeAssistant, and Dr. Jonathan Evans ([email protected]), Chair of theDepartment of Philosophy and Religion and Professor ofPhilosophy.For full consideration, please ensure your application and all ofyour materials have been submitted by April 5, 2021.RESPONSIBILITIES QUALIFICATIONS PhD in Philosophy by time of appointment is requiredEvidence of teaching in ethics is requiredAOS: Open, AOC: Ethics BENEFITScenter_img Maintain a commitment to high quality classroom teachingCarry out an ongoing research agendaProvide service to the department and University Medical InsuranceDental InsuranceVision InsuranceTuition DiscountFree Parkinglast_img read more

Continuing Education Instructor -Computers and Tech

first_imgMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Microsoft Office 2016 CertificateComputer ConfidenceWord 2016Excel 2016PowerPoint 2016 QuickBooks 2018 Certificate PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working in the fieldCertification in specific areaExperience teaching adult students in the fieldSubject matter expertisecenter_img SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATIONPlease include day, evening, and /or Saturday availability in yourapplication.Please be aware that this is an instructor pool position. Yourcompleted application will enable hiring official to contact you atsome point in the future if and when a hiring need arises forfuture semesters. Experience teaching in a remote environmentBachelor’s Degree The Continuing Education department at Middlesex Collegeinvites applications for part-time, non-credit instructors to teachthe following subjects during the 2021-2022 Academic Year:last_img read more

HSV Hamburg signs Alexandru Simicu from HCM Constanta

first_imgRecommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsHSV Hamburg found a person that will take over Domagoj Duvnjak’s number four in the team, who left for THW Kiel. The newest signing is 25-year old Alexandru Viorel-Simicu from HCM Constanta, who’s playing on the left back position. He has been voted Romanian player of the Year 2013, and won last year the Romanian championship with HCM Constanta, and the transfer to the world’s strongest league is the real test now for the Romanian left back. 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmail Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. France beat Norway with Pardin&Mahe in main role! Veszprem wait clash with Zagreb, Davis: This is Champions League Manuel Spath to join HSV Handball Related Items:alexandru simicu, handball, HCM Constanta, HSV Hamburg, HSV Handball Pingback: HSV Handball talks with Luka Stepancic! | Handball Planet 1 Commentlast_img read more

New director for German tourist office

first_imgNew director for German tourist office[85]Beatrix Haun has been appointed as the new director of the German National Tourist Office (GNTO) for the UK and Ireland.Ms Haun was previously director of the German National Tourist Board in France, based in the Paris office. She took up her new post in August and succeeds Klaus Lohmann.She says: “I am delighted to be taking up the post of Director for the GNTO UK and Ireland; these are ranked among the most important source markets for incoming tourism to Germany worldwide.”last_img

Twiddle Covers Celine Dion, The Werks Cover Grateful Dead In NOLA

first_imgThe Parish at House of Blues New Orleans welcomed The TWERK Tour last night, Friday October 16th. The tour, featuring co-headliners Twiddle and The Werks, attracted an eclectic crowd in the New Orleans music-going community — and it was immediately clear that everyone in the room had come out to dance.The Werks eased into the set with “Inside a Dream”, and as the music began the crowd seeped in. The audience was sucked in immediately, and wasted no time to get moving. One of the highlights of the night was The Werks’ rendition of Grateful Dead’s “The Other One”, with guitarist Chris Houser on vocals. As is the case when any Dead cover is played, those listening went wild. The Werks jammed the Weir classic for about twenty minutes, with the band’s own melodies sandwiched between verses. Everyone was in good spirits as the set ended with a birthday cheer for bassist Dino Dimitrouleas (October 16th is also Weir’s birthday).Twiddle began their set around 11 pm, with a room full of jam lovers who were eager for more. Ryan Dempsey teased fans with some Vanessa Carlton piano lines as the band got set up on stage. Mihali Savoulidis brought out New Orleans’ Tom Witek (Tom Witek Jazz Quartet) to accompany Twiddle for “Hattibagen McCrat”. Twiddle’s choice to cover Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” (yes, that song from Titanic) had fans quite emotional, with both laughter and heartfelt singing filled the air. Twiddle finished the set with “Polluted Beauty”, but the crowd wanted more.After adamant chanting for an encore, Twiddle returned to the stage with members of The Werks to perform “Hattie’s Jam/When it Rains it Poors”.The impressive lighting in the beautifully rustic Parish room at the House Of Blues, as well as the adoring vibes from the audience, were the icing on the cake to this lively night of live music. Catch the TWERK Tour when it hits your city!  Twiddle and The Werks ‘TWERK TOUR’ Dates:10/8    Asbury Park, NJ    Stone Pony10/9    Philadelphia, PA    TLA10/10    Baltimore, MD    Ram’s Head Live10/11    Richmond, VA    The Broadberry10/12    Asheville, NC    New Mountain Asheville10/13    Chattanooga, TN    Revelry Room10/14    Athens, GA    Georgia Theatre10/15    Birmingham, AL    WorkPlay10/16    New Orleans, LA    The Parish at House of Blues10/22    Dallas, TX    Trees10/23    Rockdale, TX    Art Outside10/24    Houston, TX    Warehouse Live10/27    Columbia, MO    Rose Music Hall10/28    St. Louis, MO    Old Rock House10/29    Urbana, IL    The Canopy Club10/30    Grand Rapids, MI    The Stache10/31    Chicago, IL    Bottom Lounge11/1    Chicago, IL    Chop Shop11/3    Iowa City, IA    Blue Moose Tap House11/4    Omaha, NE    Waiting Room11/5    Kansas City, MO    The Riot Room11/6    Fort Collins, CO    Aggie Theatre11/7    Boulder, CO    Boulder Theater11/10    Seattle, WA    Tractor Tavern11/11    Portland, OR    Star Theater11/12    Eugene, OR    The WOW Hall11/13    San Francisco, CA    The Independent11/14    Crystal Bay, NV    Crystal Bay Club11/19    Bloomington, IN    Bluebird Nightclub11/20    Columbus, OH    Newport Music Hall11/21    Cleveland, OH    The Beachland Ballroom & Tavern Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Nevada’s First Green Convenience Store

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreNevada’s first full-sized alternative fuel station and LEED-certified convenience store opened in Minden Tuesday. With solar panels and skylights, bamboo shelving and biofuels, the idea was to “take a Whole Foods market, and shrink it down to the size of a 7-Eleven.”A Good News Network fan submitted the story link and said a friend of theirs stopped in to the store yesterday, the second customer for Don Bently, owner of Bently Biofuels Outpost.“She was told that if there was anything natural that she would normally get from a health food store or order online, just to let them know and they will order it for her… so we’re very excited.”(Read more in the Record Courier)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more