Last month, a group of four anonymous companies filed petitions targeting solar imports from Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam as part of existing antidumping/countervailing duties (AD/CVD) on products from China. If enacted, the trade measures requested by these unknown petitioners could affect 80% of current U.S. crystalline silicon module imports and the bulk of total U.S. module supply. This would have a catastrophic impact on our ability to deploy solar energy and address the climate crisis. SEIA is engaged in an aggressive campaign to oppose these petitions and ensure the U.S. government protects our clean energy economy. Join us for a webinar to learn more about the potential market impacts of these new tariffs, how the industry is responding, and what your company can do to get involved.
- John Smirnow, Vice President of Market Strategy & General Counsel, SEIA
- Justin Baca, Vice President of Markets & Research, SEIA
- Dan Whitten, Vice President of Public Affairs, SEIA
This webinar is available to SEIA members only.