Biden Administration drops tariffs on solar panels for two years

In an effort to move to cleaner energy, the Biden Administration has dropped tariffs on solar panels for two years.

The move is a win for U.S. solar developers and farmers looking to lease their land, but it is a loss for manufacturers working to build up a domestic supply chain.

It comes despite the investigation into whether Asian countries are using parts from China made with slave labor. That investigation has caused hundreds of U.S. solar projects to stall or be canceled.

Related:

Turning Solar into Savings

The pros and cons of solar panel poultry

What would happen if solar panels were installed over the California Aqueduct?

The Air Force is creating a shortcut to better obtain solar energy






LATEST STORIES BY THIS AUTHOR:
Spot prices for corn posted another three-year low last week and they are mimicking a trend seen about a decade ago.
The deluxe album will be available April 5th
Supporters donated $1,161,970, and all of that money will go towards helping our nation’s future ag leaders.
On top of the ongoing war, Ukraine is also dealing with protests with Poland over what producers are calling unfair competition when it comes to grain exports.
His debut album Cold Beer & Country Music is set to release on April 5th