Biden Tariff Decision Limits Blow to Solar Build-Out

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US President Joe Biden's administration last week announced plans to extend controversial Trump-era trade protections for some solar imports, but in a softer form that may limit the impacts for solar build-out. The protections, lambasted by US solar lobbies as potentially harming solar growth and putting clean energy targets out of reach, were initially put in place in 2018 to help buffer impacts for domestic manufacturers from cheap imports.

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