U.S. Solar Outlook

Initial Reactions to Section 201 Decision

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The new solar tariffs set forth by the Trump administration are expected to result in an 11 percent reduction to U.S. solar demand between 2018 and 2022, equivalent to 7.6 gigawatts. 

This executive summary provides insights on state and market segment impacts to U.S. solar demand, following President Trump's final Section 201 decision on tariffs and quotas for imported solar cells and modules. It also provides a regulatory rundown on the decision's scope, implementation timeline and other next steps to watch.

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