04 Jan '12, 6pm

Guest Post: Educating Jigar Shah on Solar Trade: On December 20, 2011, Jigar Shah, President of the Coalition

On December 20, 2011, Jigar Shah, President of the Coalition for Affordable Solar Energy (CASE) and founder of SunEdison, publicly asked Gordon Brinser, President of SolarWorld Industries Americas, to withdraw the petition made to the U.S. International Trade Commission/Department of Commerce (ITC/DOC) against Chinese solar imports. In response, Gordon Brinser characterizes Jigar Shah's letter as "inappropriate bluster," adding that "Shah and these Chinese manufacturers are well aware that their illegal trade practices are harming the U.S. economy and causing thousands of good manufacturing jobs to be lost. [...C]ountries that break U.S. and international trade law should be held accountable. [... We are] confident that the Commerce Department and the U.S. International Trade Commission will rule in our favor and, therefore, have no intention of withdrawing our petition ."...

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