Like a tie ‘kissing your sister,’ then the Biden Administration’s decision on President Trump’s solar panels due to expire yesterday was split right down the middle. It didn’t decide to keep or cancel the four-year-old tariffs. Rather, it decided to extend the tariffs another four years — but let double the number of panels from abroad (primarily China-made) enter without any levies. To many solar installers, the decision was received well — but US solar-makers are unhappy this domestic industry was not protected.
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Biden Administration Extends Trump’s Solar Tariffs For Four Years, But Doubles The Amount Of Solar Panels That May Be Admitted To The US Without Any Levies; Solar Integrated Roofing Corp.’s (OTC PINK: SIRC) Core Business Is Solar System Installations
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