Solar Tariffs News

Photovoltaic panel business demand reimbursement on Trump's bifacial module tariffs
The tail-end of the Trump-era Sec. 201 tariffs on imported photovoltaic panels was chaotic for every person. Initially established in 2018, 30% tariffs were placed on crystalline silicon cells and modules being imported into the United States. Imported bifacial panels were omitted from the tariffs in June 2019 because of there being no substantial residential production capability of the specialized product.
Oct 20, 2022 // Tariffs, USA, Trump, North America
United States to get rid of guard tariffs on solar imports from Canada
The US as well as Canada have agreed on a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to solve a dispute on trade in solar products, where the US will remove its safeguard tariffs on solar items from Canada.
Jul 8, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, USA, Canada, North America, MoU
US Deepens China Solar Tariff Probe With Scrutiny of 8 Firms
Longi, Trina, Jinko get questionnaires from Commerce Companies required to submit material source information
May 16, 2022 // Tariffs, USA, China, Asia, LONGi, North America, Jinko, Trina
Solar, wind performance enables Portuguese regulatory authority to suggest tariff cut
Portugal's electricity regulatory authority has actually claimed higher than forecasted solar as well as wind generation has enabled it to propose a 2.6% reduction in regulated tariffs to protect consumers in the country from soaring energy rates.
May 4, 2022 // Tariffs, Policy, Portugal, Europe, iberia, regulation, electricity prices
Senators Plead With Biden for Quick End to Solar Trade Probe
Examination endangers acute damage to united state solar, group says Tariff supporters state united state needs to develop solar supply chain
May 2, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, USA, North America, Joe Biden
United States PV tariff cuts 'put 24GW in jeopardy'
Solar Energy Industries Association's analysis lowers installation projections for 2022 and also 2023 by 46%.
Apr 29, 2022 // Tariffs, USA, North America, Abigail Ross Hopper
Renewables execs slam US government over solar tariff petition
United States solar players have actually struck out at the Department of Commerce's (DOC) transfer to investigative supposed circumvention of antidumping as well as countervailing duties (AD/CVD), advising that the hazard of tariffs is already jeopardising President Biden's climate goals.
Apr 25, 2022 // Tariffs, USA, North America, NextEra, NextEra Energy, import tariffs, biden administration, American Clean Power Association, antidumping, circumvention, department of commerce, AD/CVD, SOLV Energy, doc, countervailing
A closer consider Biden's decision to extend tariffs on solar panels
President Joe Biden extended tariffs on imported photovoltaic panels in February in a bid to safeguard domestic production. These tariffs include a 14-15 percent tax on more affordable imports, increasing their price in the united state. At the same time, the Biden administration is urging a development of renewable resource and also energy protection, two top priorities for several nations.
Apr 21, 2022 // Tariffs, USA, North America, Joe Biden, solar module
European solar developers dropping auction tariffs for PPAs because of higher prices
European solar developers hit by increasing module prices are scrapping tariffs secured in auctions and are instead wanting to sign power purchase agreements (PPA), according to a speaker at today's Large Scale Solar event.
Mar 31, 2022 // Tariffs, PPAs, CAPEX, Akuo Energy, LSSEU, João Maria de Macedo Santos
ACORE criticises US solar tariff investigation
The eco-friendly organisation declared the Department of Commerce choice will 'upend' the sector
Mar 30, 2022 // Tariffs, USA, North America, Gregory Wetstone, ACORE
U.S. to consider tariffs on solar panels made in Southeast Asia
The Commerce Department's decision regarding imports from Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam as well as Cambodia was a victory for Auxin Solar. The San Jose, California-based solar supplier this year requested the probe, arguing that Chinese makers moved manufacturing to those countries to prevent paying united state duties in position for virtually a decade on Chinese-made solar goods.
Mar 29, 2022 // Tariffs, USA, North America, Joe Biden, Southeast Asia, solar tariffs, Mamun Rashid
Canada wins USMCA trade conflict with the United States, intends to make sure 'full advantage' for its solar market
A dispute resolution panel has actually ruled that tariffs on Canadian solar products imposed in 2018 by the US contravene the terms of the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) on trade, with Canada now keen to reap the benefits for its solar sector.
Feb 17, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, USA, North America, section 201, import tariffs, solar imports, cusma, usmca
Auxin Solar calls for US examination into tariff circumvention by Southeast Asia-based business
Auxin Solar has actually asked the US Department of Commerce to investigate whether Southeast Asia-based business are circumventing United States anti-dumping as well as countervailing responsibility (AD/CVD) orders on cells as well as modules from China.
Feb 10, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, USA, China, Asia, North America, tariffs, Auxin Solar, A-SMACC, anti dumping, AD/CVD
China states United States Section 201 expansion will misshape worldwide trade
Head of state Joe Biden's transfer to extend tariffs on imported solar modules as well as cells will misshape international trade, China's commerce ministry has stated.
Feb 7, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, Policy, USA, China, bifacial, Asia, North America, Joe Biden, ACORE, 8 minute energy
White House Mulls Extension of Trump-era Solar Tariffs, with Tweaks
Former President Donald Trump had actually imposed a four-year tariff regime on solar imports in 2018, starting at 30% and decreasing to 15% in the final year, in a bid to develop U.S. solar production jobs. The strategy brand-new is an a by attempt by U.S. President Joe Biden's administration to locate commonalities in between 2 essential political constituencies: union labor, which supports import constraints to protect residential jobs, and also clean energy designers keen to gain access to abroad materials that are less costly than U.S.-made goods.
Feb 1, 2022 // Tariffs, USA, North America, Joe Biden, solar tariff, White House