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How to avoid solar antidumping tariffs

A note from Clean Energy Associates (CEA) shares tips for getting solar components into the U.S. market duty free.


Vietnamese solar modules for U.S. projects

Thornova announced that it has 1.5 GW of solar modules available for the U.S. market. The company also plans to open a U.S. manufacturing site in 2024 where it will produce both solar cells and modules that it says will qualify for domestic content adders.

U.S. national labs evaluate potential for floating solar in Southeast Asia

The labs assessed the technical potential for floating PV and underlined its co-benefits in environmental protection and food security.

Senate votes to resume solar tariffs, threatening clean energy supply

The United States Senate voted to overturn President Biden’s two-year pause on tariffing solar goods shipped from four Southeast Asian nations responsible for 80% of solar supply. Biden is expected to veto the resolution.

Biden to maintain solar tariff pause with veto

Legislators are moving to restore tariffs for the shipment of solar components from four major Southeast Asian nations, but the President will veto the move and maintain the pause on tariffs.

Growatt opens automated factory in Vietnam to produce batteries, inverters

Growatt has an expansion plan to achieve an annual production capacity of 500,000 units of inverters and 100,000 units of batteries to serve the growing U.S. market as well as other markets throughout the world. 

Bipartisan group files to repeal solar tariff moratorium

The tariff reaches as high as 250% of the cost of solar components shipped from four Southeast Asian countries responsible for 80% of the supply of solar in the US.


Trina Solar’s new 6.5 GW Vietnam wafer plant to exclusively supply U.S. market

Trina Solar said it will start operating a new 6.5 GW solar wafer factory in Vietnam from mid-2023 to exclusively supply the utility, commercial and industrial (C&I) segments in the United States, as well as the US residential solar market.

Commerce pushes preliminary solar antidumping tariff decision to December 1, 2022

The U.S. Department of Commerce has delayed its ruling on the anticircumvention/antidumping case levied against four Southeast Asian countries alleged of harboring tariff-dodging solar goods.

Boviet Solar reaches 700 MW module supply deal with Origis Energy

Boviet Solar will supply its 550 W bifacial solar modules for utility-scale projects.


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