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U.S. Solar Panel Imports Start to Rebound After Tariffs

By Criterion Research
August 13, 2019 -

According to EIA, the U.S. imported roughly 644 kW/month of solar panels during the first four months of 2019, representing a considerable increase from 300 kW/month in the months after President Trump's imposition of tariffs on imported solar panels in early 2018. Offsetting the effects of the tariffs could be the continuing decline in cost of solar PV modules, but the imports are still not at the level they were before the tariffs were announced (1,000 kW/month). 


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