Three Ontario-based manufacturers sue over a presidential proclamation that imposes 30% tariffs on imports of their products as of Feb. 7.
Claims an investigation found Canadian products don’t significantly hurt US manufacturers.
But trade group and many governors oppose tariffs, saying they could cause a sharp price hike and stall solar installations.
Beijing found to be improperly subsidizing manufacturers, panels being sold well below normal market value.
The Obama administration is moving to impose stiff new tariffs on wind-energy towers made in China, the latest strike in an escalating trade war over clean energy.
Perforated glazing on solar panels ups the collection efficiency of energy, even on white walls.
Kromet International will be supplying Sharp’s FIT-compliant solar panels to developers and integrators and SunEdison is getting an additional 31 megawatts of solar projects by the OPA.