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

By [email protected] 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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