US plans to restore tariffs on dominant solar technology, sources say – Arizona Daily Sun

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The Biden administration is expected to grant a request by South Korea’s Hanwha Qcells to reverse a 2-year-old trade exemption that has allowed imports of a dominant solar panel technology from China and other countries to avoid tariffs, two sources familiar with the White House plans said on Wednesday.

The news sent shares of solar manufacturers including U.S.-based First Solar higher in afternoon trade.

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