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SunPower Files Exemption Request, Solar Tariff Stifling Innovation

Posted by Morgan Burke on Mar 23, 2018 8:03:00 AM

The solar import tariff implemented this year has caused significant dispute between policy makers, economists, and supporters of the solar industry. Now, U.S. based solar company, SunPower, has filed an exemption request with the U.S. Trade Representative. This motion reflects the most central debate regarding the trade case: is the tariff helping, or hurting, the U.S. solar industry?

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Topics: solar tariff, section 201 trade case, imported solar, future of solar, solar innovation

ITC Proposes Three Recommended Remedies in Section 201 Solar Trade Case

Posted by Rebecca Noyes on Nov 3, 2017 8:05:00 AM

SolBid has provided consistent coverage of the ITC Solar Tariff Case as it has evolved over the past four months. In August, I reported on the “proposed” solar tariff submitted to the U.S. International Trade Commission by Suniva and SolarWorld America, two U.S. based but majority Chinese and German-owned companies (respectively), to impose a tariff and floor price on imported crystalline silicon photovoltaic solar panels of $0.40/watt and a floor price of $0.78/watt.

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Topics: American Solar, section 201 trade case, solar trade case, imported solar, solar panels

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