REC Group validates license activity versus Hanwha in China

May 15, 2020 01:27 PM ET
  • The Chinese state-owned solar maker has actually sued versus its Korean rival connecting to REC's split-cell and also junction box innovation.
REC Group validates license activity versus Hanwha in China
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Beijing-owned solar supplier REC Group has actually validated it submitted a license violation claim versus Korean competing Hanwha Q Cells' Qidong service device in February.

The Norway-based solar module production service, which is eventually had by the Chinese state, today relocated to verify reports it had actually submitted the license case in China, concerning what it referred to as its internal split-cell as well as junction box innovation.

REC Group claimed its situation was approved by the Suzhou IP Tribunal on April 8 and also offered on Hanwha Q Cells (Qidong) on April 20.

The firm stated the innovation moot had actually developed part of the high-efficiency panels it has actually been making at its Singapore center for "over half a years."

Hanwha Q Cells runs a manufacturing center in Nantong city in the Jiangsu district of China.

In a news release provided today by REC Group verifying the suit, primary innovation policeman Shankar G Sridhara claimed: "REC Group's R&D sources, time as well as financial investments have actually considerably added to establish brand-new market criteria. REC Group submitted this activity to secure its copyright, financial investments and also credibility, in addition to motivate even more advancement in the sector. The even more solar firms buy creating revolutionary advancement, the even more enhancement we will certainly see in effectiveness as well as expenses per kilowatt-hour as well as accomplishing complete accessibility to renewable resource generation as well as usage for areas.

" As an international, introducing solar power business, we promote copyright civil liberties as well as reasonable competitors. This likewise implies that we will carefully protect our civil liberties when they are being broken."

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