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Here is an example of some Solar Power News in Nevada:
Less than four months after announcing the intention to extend tariffs on most solar panels imported from four Southeast Asian nations, President Joe Biden this week announced tariffs on the products would be paused for two years.
The announcement was applauded by Nevada Democratic Sens. Jacky Rosen and Catherine Cortez Masto. Citing harm to Nevada solar power companies reliant on imported solar panels and equipment, both senators had urged the White House to lift the tariffs.
The tariffs were established during the Trump administration. In February the White House announced tariffs on most imported solar panels would remain in place, with the exception of bifacial modules that capture light on both sides and generate more electricity than traditional solar panels.
Meanwhile, imports had been stalled by U.S Dept. of Commerce probe of whether imports of solar panels from Cambodia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand are evading tariffs on goods manufactured in China.
Biden’s move this week to pause solar panels from tariffs for two years was accompanied by a Commerce Dept. statement that “in accordance with the President’s declaration,” imports of panels from those nations would be permitted.
In Nevada, about 83% of solar companies are non-manufacturing, concentrated in installation and maintenance, operations, distribution, and development. Nationally, only 14% of solar jobs are in the manufacturing sector, while 67% of solar jobs are in installation and construction, according to a report from Solar Energies Industries Association (SEIA), the industry’s lobbying arm in Washington.