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SunPower, one of the world's largest solar manufacturers, has announced this week it has completed the acquisition of certain assets belonging to SolarWorld Americas,...

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Energy Department awards $4 million to SolarWorld, aka the company leading the charge for solar tariffs on subsidized imports from China and Taiwan.

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Solar import tariffs imposed by the Trump Administration in January are expected to cost the average residential customer $960 per solar system, adding up...

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Suniva, the Chinese-owned, US-based solar manufacturer which instigated the Section 201 trade case that led to the imposition of 30% tariffs on all imported...

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In a move being billed as a "new chapter in American solar panel manufacturing" SunPower, one of the world's leading solar manufacturers, has announced...

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The recent news about tariffs on Chinese solar panels brought out how little MSNBC staff follow the energy industry and how little they understand...

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New analysis by GTM Research published a day after Donald Trump applied a 30% tariff on imported solar cells and modules shows that the...

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After 8 months of uncertainty and vitriol, US President Donald Trump has decided this week to impose a 30% tariff on imported solar cells...

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Trump's new solar tariff is bad news for thousands of PV workers in the US, but great news for workers in solar thermal, concentrating...

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Abigail Ross Hopper, the Solar Energy Industries Association President and CEO, made a personal plea on Wednesday to US President Donald Trump to reject imposing...

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Suniva and SolarWorld have filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission claiming cheap solar cells and solar panels from China made it...

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