20 Sep '17, 6pm

Foreign Solar Manufacturers Weigh Opening US Facilities as Tariff Decision Looms

Foreign Solar Manufacturers Weigh Opening US Facilities as Tariff Decision Looms

The pending U.S. solar trade case is about to hit a major crossroad. On Friday, September 22, the U.S. International Trade Commission will determine whether or not the few remaining domestic solar manufacturers have sustained “serious injury” from imported solar products. If the answer is no, the case brought by petitioners Suniva and SolarWorld will be dismissed. If the answer is yes, the governing body will work on a proposed remedy . Ultimately, President Donald Trump will have the ability to accept, reject or reform the ITC’s recommended solution. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), in partnership with utilities , solar supply-chain companies and free-market advocates , has been urging commissioners to oppose new trade barriers. Earlier this week, SEIA filed a letter with the ITC criticizing Sunvia and SolarWorld for not submitting a plan for how they'll fu...

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