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The global solar industry keeps getting whipsawed by political curveballs this year. In January, President Donald Trump imposed a 30% tariff on imported solar equipment to support the nation’s domestic solar manufacturers. Since U.S. installers get about 80% of their supplies from overseas, the resulting 30% hike on module prices was a huge point of contention for the industry. Analysts predicted that billions of dollars’ worth of projects would have to be canceled…

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