The supply of PV modules to the United States has been challenged by potential tariffs on goods shipped from four Southeast Asian nations that provide 80% of US solar panels. The disruption stems from an ongoing investigation into allegations of antidumping violations. US President Joe Biden has halted tariffs related for two years, but challenges still loom, reports pv magazine USA’s Ryan Kennedy.
A container ship makes its way into San Francisco port. The repeated threat of import tariffs on solar goods imported from Southeast Asia has majorly disrupted the development of new solar in the United States.
Image: Photo: Tobias Kleinlercher
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