The 100 percent tariffs would result in losses from $698 million to $2.6 billion in losses to consumers, according to the report. Tariffs of 50 percent would cut as many as 43,000 jobs.
Commerce is scheduled to make a preliminary finding March 2. The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Dec. 2 the Chinese subsidies have harmed equipment makers, ruling on the petition by Bonn-based SolarWorld seeking antidumping and countervailing duties. To read more from this article please click here
President Barack Obama’s tax proposals and other economic issues outlined in the State of the Union address he delivered Tuesday have received the bulk of the public’s attention, but he also hit on one policy area particularly important to Tennessee. To read more about how a changing energy policy is good for the state of Tennessee please click here
The 2012 Tennessee Valley Solar Solutions Conference will convene April 10-11, 2012, at the Memphis Cook Convention Center in Memphis, Tenn.
Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. The program is loaded with great topics and features world class speakers Julia Hamm, President and CEO, Solar Power Electric Association and Rhone Resch, President and CEO, Solar Energy Industries Association. There is no registration charge for the conference.
Register here for the conference. Registration will close on March 23, or when conference capacity of 500 participants is reached.
To visit the conference’s website, click here.