Around the country, solar companies are delaying projects, scrambling for supplies, shutting down construction sites and warning that tens of billions of dollars — and tens of thousands of jobs — are at risk.
Secretary Raimondo Has the Legal Authority to Put the Solar Industry Back on Track in the Next Few Weeks
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo has a path that is codified in the statute to stop a pointless process initiated over a phantom menace – and she can use those options in the coming weeks to breathe life back into an American solar industry whipsawed by her department’s actions.
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Chief Executive Officer
American Clean Power Association
“President Biden and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo still have the power to recognize the petition for what it is — an effort at gaming the system — and issue a negative preliminary determination, becoming champions for American solar energy production, the middle-class jobs those domestic energy investments create, and the planet we seek to preserve.”
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