It’s Official: The Government Is Moving Forward With Suniva’s Solar Trade Case

By Federal trade officials are moving ahead with Suniva’s controversial trade complaint, which could double the price of solar modules imported into the U.S.

In April, the bankrupt solar manufacturer filed a rare petition under Section 201 of the 1974 Trade Act, claiming that imported cells and modules had caused “significant harm” to America’s solar manufacturing base.

Suniva requested a four-year tariff schedule on crystalline-silicon solar products imported from anywhere in the world: “Thus, petitioner seeks a recommendation to the President of four years of relief of an initial duty rate on cells of $0.40/watt, along with an initial floor price on

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