Since the White House slapped penalties onsolarpanels made outside America, a handful of companies say they’re likely to ramp up production in the U.S.
In recent weeks, two Asian producers -- JinkoSolar and United Renewable Energy -- said they're planning to set up new module assembly plants. Other domestic producers are making plans to hire new employees.
How should we interpret this activity? Does this mean the tariffs are working?
On this week's episode of The Energy Gang, we're joined by GTM Senior Editor Julia Pyper, who outlines the latest activity as the tariffs become law.
Then, it’s the news circuit. We’ll explore Puerto Rico’s utility privatization plans, Tesla’s virtual power plant in Australia, the Northern Pass transmission rejection, and Arizona’s conservative clean energy plan.
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- Did Trump’s Solar Tariffs Just Launch a U.S. Manufacturing Renaissance?
- JinkoSolar Set to Build a U.S. Factory, the First Planned in Response to Tariffs
- Puerto Rico’s Utility Moves Toward Privatization, With Strained Cooperation
- New Hampshire Rejects Northern Pass Transmission Line Permit
- Arizona Regulator Proposes Biggest Storage and Clean Energy Target Yet