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Overview of the EPEAT for PV Ecolabel Criteria

We recently took a look at the history and broad structure of the EPEAT ecolabel. Let’s dig into EPEAT for PV modules and inverters.

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Global Electronics Council (GEC) Announces Initiative To Advance Decarbonization of Solar Panel Production

EPEAT is the First Global Ecolabel to Assess Embodied Carbon in Photovoltaics

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The Alliance's Statement on the Auxin Solar Case

The Commerce decision in the Auxin case today makes it clear that the current solar supply chain is deeply challenged.

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What the Auxin tariff ruling means for the pursuit of low-carbon solar manufacturing

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The recent final determination by the US Commerce Department in the Auxin Solar tariff case, finding that a number of Chinese solar manufacturers in Southeast Asia are circumventing previously levied anti-dumping duties and will be subject to very high duties beginning 2024, is not unexpected.

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Three Ultra Low-Carbon Solar Module Manufacturers Are Pursuing EPEAT Ecolabel in 2023

Specifying EPEAT Panels Sends Signal to Entire Solar Supply Chain to Produce Sustainably-Made, Low-Carbon Products for Developers and Buyers.

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Latest Trends in Sustainability Standards for Solar PV Modules

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Life cycle assessments estimate that PV modules made with energy from high carbon resources can have nearly twice the embodied carbon as modules produced with lower carbon resources.

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A diagram describing the state of the solar supply chain

The Ex-China Solar Supply Chain: What We Have and Where We're Going.

A diagram describing the state of the solar supply chain

One-pager guide to a sustainable solar supply chain (FREE DOWNLOAD)

The Alliance releases a new one-pager guide on building a better solar supply chain.

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Factor This Podcast

Podcast: "Supply Chain Sacrifice" on Factor This with John Engel

Michael Parr discusses new developments in domestic manufacturing alongside Rhone Resch and Martin Pochtaruk on "Factor This"

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