Managing the Commerce Department’s New Circumvention Case and Solar Tariffs

Webinar | April.07.2022 | 1:30pm - 2:30pm (Pacific Standard Time)


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Earlier this week, the U.S. Commerce Department announced a "circumvention inquiry" against all solar panels made in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam that incorporate Chinese materials, the result of which could be large new duties on imports of those panels. The announcement raises numerous questions and presents significant challenges surrounding manufacturing costs and profitability amid a sea of uncertainty, all at a time when many are still struggling to address COVID and supply chain disruptions.

Our webcast will address the following key issues:

  • Overview of the New Commerce Department Inquiry
  • Managing New Solar Procurement and EPC
  • Impacts on Existing Module Supply and EPC Agreements
  • Impacts on New PPAs/BTAs and other Revenue Contracts
  • Managing Existing PPAs/BTAs and Other Revenue Contracts
  • Financing Implications for Existing and New Solar Projects