Duty bound: US solar navigates choppy tariff waters
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) expects US solar additions to hit 15.7 GW in 2022, down 33% from 2021. Policy-driven supply constraints are the primary reason for the decline, as developers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are struggling to navigate a raft of trade actions, including anti-dumping duties and measures to eliminate forced labor. Dan Shreve, vice president of market intelligence for Clean Energy Associates (CEA), reports.
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