Suniva and SolarWorld Claim Their Trade Case Will Create More Than 114,800 Jobs

By [email protected] A game of dueling numbers is playing out over the market impacts of a pending U.S. solar trade case.

An economic analysis released yesterday by law firm Mayer Brown, on behalf of trade case petitioners Suniva and SolarWorld Americas, finds that imposing new tariffs on solar products made outside of America will result in a net increase of at least 114,800 new jobs, and potentially as many as 144,300 new jobs, across all segments of the U.S. solar industry.

“This job growth includes as many as 45,000 U.S. manufacturing jobs in the solar cell and module manufacturing segment and the upstream sectors

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