Tag Archives: solar panels

Renew School

Pop quiz: What do blockchain, dentists, and Utah all have in common? Answer: They all see potential in renewable energy. Also, here’s to hoping that’s the only time those three nouns have come together. Although I suppose it’s easily possible a dentist in Utah has invested in blockchain technology. Moving on… Renewable energy round-ups are […]

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Tariff-ied

Solar panels, washing machine imports levied in joint decision A decision was announced Monday on imported solar panels: the U.S. government elected to place tariffs on the renewable energy product in an effort to combat hyper-cheap production costs coming from major manufacturing points like China, South Korea, and India. Tariff-rate quotas on imported crystalline silicon […]

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No Longer Tariff-ied

ITC’s solar panel proposal surprises by coming in at 35% U.S. solar energy developers might get their first good sleep in a month after hearing the first proposal on imported solar panel tariffs from the International Trade Commission Tuesday, which came in at an unexpectedly modest 35%. The proposal will be sent to President Trump for […]

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Import to Injury

ITC rules on solar panels; decision goes to Mr. Trump The International Trade Commission determined imported solar panels to be a threat to U.S. solar manufacturers in a 4-0 vote September 22. The ruling found that imports of cheap solar panels have “caused injury to domestic solar manufacturers”, and sets up a looming decision on […]

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