Skip to content

Biden Probe Into Solar Imports Risks 65% of Planned U.S. Projects

  • Survey by renewable advocacy group points to disruption
  • Developers cite concerns about imported module availability
Updated on

A U.S. Commerce Department trade probe that could result in tariffs against solar imports from Southeast Asian nations is already threatening clean energy projects, according to an advocacy group fighting the investigation. 

At least 65% of U.S. solar capacity set to come online in 2022 and 2023 -- equivalent to 24 gigawatts -- is now at significant risk of cancellation or delay, according to results of a survey by the American Clean Power Association reviewed by Bloomberg News.