The U.S. International Trade Commission will be having a hearing regarding solar tariffs on December 5th.
Join us on December 5th at the headquarters of the International Trade Commission, where a hearing will take place that has enormous implications for the future of solar energy in America.
In January 2018, the Trump administration imposed a 30% tariff on imported solar cells and modules. The midterm review of that case is currently underway, and the hearing on December 5th is a critical opportunity to demonstrate to the Commission and the general public that these tariffs are harming American businesses and holding back the solar industry's potential.
We will gather outside the Commission's offices in Southwest D.C. for a brief rally, then head into the hearing room to hear arguments from SEIA and our members and allies about why these #StopSolarTariffs must be removed in order to ensure economic prosperity and help address climate change.
Following the rally and opportunity to hear arguments inside of the Commission Hearing Room, we invite you to attend Solar Shines on the Hill Day, SEIA’s power-packed federal lobby day! Solar Shines on the Hill Day puts solar workers face to face with Senators and Representatives who represent them (please follow the link above to separate registration).
For any questions about this event or to learn more about getting involved further in SEIA's trade efforts, contact Dana Sleeper at firstname.lastname@example.org.