New steel tariffs and panel lawsuits rattle an already fatigued U.S. solar industry

By Kelly Pickerel A few official weeks under the 30% solar tariffs hasn’t brought the industry any more clarity, but there has been a lot of activity as suppliers and installers grapple with the new normal.
The four-year tariffs began Feb. 7 and affect imported crystalline silicon cells, modules and AC/integrated modules. A few Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) beneficiary countries are exempt from the tariffs as long as the collective share of GSP-manufactured products does not exceed 9% of total U.S. imports.
Many companies and countries have vocalized their dislike of the tariffs, with some going as far as filing lawsuits against the U.S.

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