by Nicolas Rinaldi
April 28, 2017

We kick off this week with reporting on a brewing solar trade war in the U.S., and a look at alternative battery chemistries and materials queueing up to take on lithium-ion.

Suniva vs. the world

Suniva, a solar cell and module manufacturer headquartered in Georgia, is preparing an attack on the U.S. market's global supply chain. The company, which recently declared bankruptcy, fired the first salvo in a new trade war when it filed a Section 201 petition with the U.S. International Trade Commission this week. The petition claims Asian...