After Trump’s Solar Tariffs, a Conservative Case for Solar

By [email protected] South Carolina will be the fifth most affected state under the solar module tariff that President Trump announced last week. According to GTM Research, the state’s blossoming market will lose out on 336 megawatts, a 19 percent reduction from GTM Research’s original 2018-2022 forecast.

That situation is “unacceptable” according to Matt Moore, the former chair of the state’s Republican Party and the new chair of the Palmetto Conservative Solar Coalition.

That group, formed in November by former South Carolina representative J. Gresham Barrett, hopes to advance solar in the state through promoting free-market principles and energy independence. Trump’s tariffs could throw

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