Support American Workers and Clean Energy

We invite you to co-sponsor our bipartisan Protecting American Solar Jobs Act (H.R. 5571), which would repeal the Administration’s decision to impose a 30% tariff on imported solar panels and modules. Under this legislation, duties and tariffs
would default back to previous rates and would allow companies that imported any affected solar products under this new tariff to receive retroactive reimbursements.

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Sign onto the letter to help domestic marine manufacturing industry concerning aluminum tariffs

Please cosign onto a letter to the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission regarding aluminum tariffs negative impacts on the domestic marine manufacturing industry, which relies on this critical raw material. We urge the
DOC and ITC to be fair and measured in every respect to maintain the credibility of our trade enforcement regime among all American workers, including those who consume aluminum sheet in the production of marine and other downstream products.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED : COB Thursday : Save U.S. Solar Jobs

           “The Procedures to Consider Additional Requests for Exclusion of Particular Products from the Solar Products Safeguard Measure” [Docket No. USTR-2018-0001] provides several factors for which exclusion is acceptable when evaluating requests. We
believe this exclusion is justified based on the benefits of the U.S. solar manufacturing supply chain, the lack of U.S. production, and the findings by the ITC that the utility-scale segment of this industry is “acutely price sensitive”. The exclusion of
this product will preserve tens of thousands of existing solar manufacturing and development jobs, foster market expansion, and allow the U.S. to once again fairly compete in the global marketplace for energy production technologies. Responsible product exclusions
will uphold the integrity of the safeguard measures intended to facilitate positive adjustment to competition from imports of certain crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells.

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