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Perry has proposed FERC enact market-based incentives for coal and nuclear power plants.
On January 22, President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on solar panels in what he called an effort to “create jobs in America for Americans.” The move prompted widespread criticism from both solar and free trade advocates. While the president argued that solar companies would “com back strong” with the addition of “a
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It’s too expensive, and utilities have too many advantages, writes Phil van Doorn.
Wind, solar and battery costs will continue to fall faster than any mainstream energy forecasters expect, and there is nothing that makes me think President Trump will succeed in his attempts to revive coal.
And so it is January, time for me to put down on paper what I think the year ahead will bring to the clean energy sector. Last year I talked about clean energy having lived through its Battle of Borodino moment, and surviving to regroup. I am going to stick with Russia this year, but shift scenes.
Experts estimate the new tariffs the administration slapped on imported solar panels could cost the US 23,000 jobs in the next year alone.
Will the solar tariffs be a boon for the US? The answer is far from straightforward