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The Impact of the Section 201 Trade Case on Imports of Solar Modules (EGY387B)

Presented by: Peter Kelly-Detwiler
 
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60 minutes
  •  Wed, March 28, 2018
Event Description

Get a Solid Understanding of the Key Issues Concerning the Section 201 Case

In pursuant to the Section 201 trade cases, President Trump has released the safeguard tariffs on imported solar cells and modules. Solar cells and modules will now be charged 30% tariff in the first year. In the following three years it would decline 5% each year. Also the first 2.5 GW of imported cells is not required to adhere to the four-year additional tariff and is exempted.

Higher module prices are expected to ultimately lead to solar lower installation numbers, especially in the latter half of 2018 and beyond. Some countries are already appealing to the World Trade Commission.

In this session, Peter Kelly-Detwiler, with his expertise in the field of power markets and emerging technologies, will discuss the impacts of the Section 201 trade case, including: when the impacts may take place, effects on employment and installation numbers, attempts to circumvent the tariff, and new planned module factories in the U.S.

You will learn about the impacts resulting from the Section 201 case and the implications for the solar industry, both short-term and longer-term, as well as who is most likely to be affected. You will have a solid understanding of the key issues concerning the Section 201 case and downstream and long-term implications.

Session Highlights

This session will discuss:

  • The critical issues related to the 201 case
  • Countries and technologies affected
  • Likely overall price impacts in the utility-scale and on-site industries
  • Effects on employment and where they are likely to be the most pronounced
  • Longer-term implications and outlook for the U.S. solar industry
  • Implications on related energy industry sectors, especially wind

Who Should Attend

  • Energy professionals
  • Employees in the solar industry
  • Investment professionals
  • Utility management and mid-level employees
  • Companies in the generation space, including conventional and renewable generators
  • Large energy users
  • Supply chain/logistics professionals
  • Customs compliance professionals
  • Trade compliance professionals
  • ITAR Empowered professionals
  • Import and export professionals
  • Chief compliance officers
  • International trade consultants
About Our Speaker(s)

Peter Kelly-Detwiler
Peter Kelly-Detwiler, principal of NorthBridge Energy Partners has more than 25 years of experience in the area of electric energy, retail power, energy efficiency, and distributed energy assets. A former SVP of Constellation Energy’s Demand Response business unit, Mr. Kelly-Detwiler offers expertise to clients in th... More info

 
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