by Nicholas Rinaldi
May 25, 2017

We kick off this week with news on Suniva's trade dispute and the wind power markets.

An "extraordinarily complicated" investigation

The U.S. government has officially accepted Suniva's petition to investigate the effects of imported cells and modules on America's solar manufacturing base. In a notice letter, the U.S. International Trade Commission called the petition "extraordinarily complicated" and has promised an injury determination by September.  Suniva is seeking an initial duty rate on imported cells of $0.40/watt, along with an...