Tariffs Cost US Solar Customers $236.5 Million

By [email protected] Customers started paying elevated prices immediately after the U.S. International Trade Commission announced its finding of “serious injury” in the Section 201 trade case, according to a recent report from solar marketplace EnergySage.

Using the average tariff-related customer price increase of $0.16 per watt applied to all residential purchases since the U.S. International Trade Commission’s decision, EnergySage found the tariffs added $236.5 million to bills for solar projects.

After the initial spike from the U.S. International Trade Commission’s ruling, which EnergySage said came out to $0.07 per watt from September to November, costs leveled out. Prices remain elevated through the administration’s

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