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War of Words: Top Quotes From the Solar Industry’s Latest Salvo Over Trade

On Tuesday, more than 40 witnesses spoke in front of trade commissioners in Washington, offering up their thoughts about a controversial petition submitted by Suniva and SolarWorld. The two bankrupt solar manufacturers are lobbying for harsh penalties on imported solar panels. Most others in the U.S. solar industry want commissioners to squash the case, afraid of the downstream consequences.
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