Biden Administration to Waive Solar Import Tariffs for Two Years
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Seeking to resolve a conflict in the solar industry, the White House plans to waive some tariffs on solar imports to ensure steady supplies while invoking the Defense Production Act to boost domestic manufacturing of solar parts.

“It is going to put wind in the sails of construction projects all across the country,” a senior administration official said Monday. “We are going to grow and we aren’t playing for second place here.”

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