Survey says trade case has caused cancellations or delays for 75% of solar companies

According to preliminary results of a survey conducted by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), three-quarters of surveyed solar companies say that panel deliveries have been cancelled or delayed since the Commerce Department announced it was initiating a circumvention case against imports of solar goods from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

The survey is an early snapshot of the harm more than 200 companies are experiencing as a result of the Commerce Department’s investigation.

More than 90% of the companies polled said that the Commerce Department’s actions are having a severe or devastating impact on their bottom line.

All market segments – residential, commercial, community solar, and utility-scale solar – overwhelmingly reported devastating or severe impacts from the investigation.

Excerpt from SUN DAY Campaign‘s April 6th, 2022 issue.

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