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Solar Panel Imports May Face $70M in Added Tariffs

Posted by Adam Sewall In Thursday, October 1 2009 under: international solar, china, trade, U.S., Germany

A change in how imported solar panels are classified may impose up to $70 million in unexpected tariffs. As reported Wednesday by the New York Times:

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Prospects for a U.S. Feed-in Tariff?

Posted by Adam Sewall In Thursday, August 6 2009 under: Federal Solar Incentives, Spain, U.S., Feed In Tariff, Energy Policy, Germany

In recent months, a state, a municipality and a public utility district have enacted policies that guarantee a premium price for electricity that's generated from renewable sources. Lawmakers from a number of states -- including South Dakota, California, Indiana, Minnesota and Michigan -- are also considering creating so-called feed-in tariffs of their own. Such tariffs entice homeowners and businesses to install solar panels, or wind turbines, by making it financially attractive to do so.

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