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US Investigations Into AD/CVD Circumvention Draws Howls Of Protests

The Department of Commerce (DoC), which started the investigation in March this year has managed to roil solar industry firms in the US across the board, as uncertainty starts impacting projects. The DoC had initiated a solar anti-circumvention investigation based on a petition from a small U.S. company called Auxin Solar. The petition asks for […]

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US Solar manufacturers raise potential of 30GW mfg capacity for Biden Administration

It seems to be the season for solar manufacturers across countries to expect more. After India, it is the Solar Energy Manufacturing for America (SEMA) Coalition that sent a letter to President Joe Biden requesting the United States President to enact policy solutions basis so that the domestic solar manufacturing can sustain in the long […]

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US Court Exempts Bifacial Module Imports From Tariffs, in Win For SEIA

The US developer driven Solar group, Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has managed to successfully petition the U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) to reinstate bifacial solar modules’ exemption from the Section 201 tariffs on imported solar modules. The move is a big win for the SEIA which was also joined by major utility developers […]

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Respite for South East Asia Manufacturers, As US Delays Decision on Solar Tariffs

The complaint by a group of manufacturers calling themselves the American Solar Manufacturers Against Chinese Circumvention, or A-SMACC that sought higher tariffs on Southeast Asian solar-power imports has led to an interesting situation with the US department of commerce asking the firms to identify themselves first. The issue had been raised by the largest body […]

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US Solar Developers Warn Of Threat to Solar From Import Duties

A strong pushback has started in the US, on the threat of import duties from countries in South East Asia, especially Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand. A letter on behalf of 190 companies, primarily developers, contractors and financiers warns that punitive duties, if applied, would risk jeopardising almost 18 GW of Solar projects in the US, […]

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New York Installs 3 GW of Solar Capacity By Q3 FY21

According to the governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, the state has installed 3 GW of solar capacity by the end of Q3 FY21, with the state’s total pipeline reaching 5.7 GW. The state had added a capacity of 2,840.3 MW by Q1 2021, which took New York to the 10th position nationally in the terms […]

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US Solar Capacity Surpasses 100 GWs with 58% Electricity Generation

The US solar market has surpassed the 100 gigawatts (GWs) of installed electricity generation capacity, which marks the doubled size of the industry over the past 3.5 years, says a report entitled ‘U.S. Solar Market Insight Q2 2021’. According to the report released by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Wood Mackenzie, the solar […]

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US Solar Industry in 2020 saw Jobs Decline by 6.7% From 2019: Report

The US solar industry employed 231,474 workers in 2020, a 6.7% drop in jobs from 2019 due to pandemic restrictions and increased labor productivity The U.S. solar industry employed 231,474 workers in 2020, a 6.7 percent drop from 2019 due to pandemic restrictions and increased labor productivity, according to the National Solar Jobs Census 2020 released by […]

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