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The EC Extends Investigation in Possible Wind Market Distortion

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The European Commission has extended its investigation of Chinese turbine manufacturers supplying projects to the EU amid several complaints of market distortions due to foreign subsidies, the EC said, cited by Renews.biz.

  • “Projects in Spain, Greece, France, Romania, and Bulgaria have potential distortions in their development, including in Germany,” the EC said.
  • The EC has requested for additional information to further asses the possible distortion.
  • The probe was originally launched in April.
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The European Commission has extended its investigation of Chinese turbine manufacturers supplying projects to the EU amid several complaints of market distortions due to foreign subsidies, the EC said, cited by Renews.biz.

  • “Projects in Spain, Greece, France, Romania, and Bulgaria have potential distortions in their development, including in Germany,” the EC said.
  • The EC has requested for additional information to further asses the possible distortion.
  • The probe was originally launched in April.