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Report | Tuesday, Sep 28, 2021

30% by 2030: A New Target for the Solar+ Decade

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On August 16, an anonymous group of companies filed tariff circumvention petitions with the U.S. Department of Commerce. If allowed to proceed, these anonymous petitions would cripple the U.S. solar industry and ruin America’s plans to tackle climate change. The U.S. Department of Commerce must exercise its authority to reject these petitions.

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85 solar companies with operations in Arizona sent a letter to Senator Kyrsten Sinema, articulating the industry's priorities for strong clean energy policies in upcoming legislation, and the impact and potential of accelerating clean energy deployment for Arizona's economic future. 

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More than 200 solar companies signed a letter to U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, urging the department to reject an anonymous petition to expand the scope of antidumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD) on solar imports, which would harm the U.S. solar industry and the nation's climate goals. 

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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.

Two key committees in the House of Representatives, the Ways & Means Committee and Energy & Commerce Committee, have released draft legislative language that includes several key provisions relevant to solar and clean energy. This summary for SEIA members provides information and background on some of these provisions.