The petitioners under the Section 201 trade case, which recently resulted in a serious injury finding by the International Trade Commission, have centered their arguments on U.S. manufacturing. And yet, the U.S. solar manufacturing sector is not solidly behind the Suniva/SolarWorld’s petition. Instead it is strongly opposed by U.S. racking, tracking and mounting systems makers, who say that if Suniva’s proposed trade remedies were enacted it would seriously damage their businesses.
At the recent Solar Power International trade show in Las Vegas pv magazine caught up with Panel Claw CEO Costa Nicolaou, to hear his thoughts on the Section 201 trade case and what it means for his section of manufacturing.
Video courtesy of White Gorilla Media for pv magazine.
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