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Solar CEO Letter to President Biden Regarding Section 201 Tariffs

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On February 11, 2021, a group of 17 CEOs and executives from some of the largest clean energy businesses in the U.S. signed a letter to President Biden, asking him to rescind the proclamation issued by President Trump in October 2020, which increased the 2021 tariff rate for imported solar cells and modules, and reinstated tariffs on bifacial solar modules. 

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