Solar Tariffs Boosted US-Produced Modules, But Industry Remains Split on Their Future

By [email protected] The tariffs that the Trump administration imposed on imported solar cells and modules in 2018 proved sufficient to boost some U.S. module manufacturing, according to a review by the U.S. International Trade Commission released late last week, but the duties did not have the same effect on U.S.-produced solar cells.

The review is the outcome of a midterm assessment of the tariffs’ impacts, which President Trump will use to determine whether to modify the duties that are currently set to disappear in 2022.

So far, the tariffs’ impact on the U.S. solar industry has been mixed. While foreign manufacturers such as Hanwha

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