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Our goals

1. Solar for Europe's Future – Increasing the share of solar and renewable energy.

2. Sustainable Solar - Solar products should be manufactured using the highest environmental and labour standards, embracing new technologies and supporting local communities.

3. Healthy Competition – Undistorted competition as the motor of innovation and affordability over the long term.


Press Releases

29/04/2015 - Illegal Solar Trade: New action against Chinese dumping → EN DE IT FR  

29/04/2015 - Rödl & Partner Paper: Solar modules of non-European origin - What buyers should pay attention to → EN DE

29/04/2015 - Rödl & Partner Checklist → EN DE  

17/12/2014 - EU ProSun: US solar tariffs send strong signal to China against dumping and unfair competition → EN DE

30/07/2014 - European Commission surrenders EU solar industry to China, while US imposes 50% tariffs EN

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Mission

EU ProSun is a joint initiative of members of the EU solar industry. The mission of EU ProSun is to promote sustainable energy production using solar technology. EU has decided on clear climate goals for 2020, which will be an important step towards leaving behind risky technologies such as nuclear energy and to considerably limit the unnecessary CO2 emissions.

EU ProSun believes that photovoltaic energy systems can become a major pillar of the energy revolution in Europe.

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