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New Energy Economy #12: Tariff edition

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Lots of back and forth this August about the effect of the Trump tariffs, and a recent analysis that
 

New Energy Economy

September 17 · Issue #12 · View online
Transformations in clean energy

Lots of back and forth this August about the effect of the Trump tariffs, and a recent analysis that says macroeconomics is blunting their force. Another sign that renewable momentum may have slowed, but is unlikely to be stopped: renewables now surpass nuclear in terms of electrical generation–and are growing rapidly, while nuclear remains flat.

Events
Trump’s solar tariff isn’t hurting the industry as much as everyone expected
US Renewable Energy Sources Surpass Nuclear In First Half Of 2018
It's official: Chinese solar cells and modules hit with additional 25% tariff
Oil Prices Slide As China Imposes 25% Tariff On U.S. Oil
Canada hits back at Trump’s ‘illegal’ solar panel tariffs with NAFTA challenge
Solar panel glut is muting effect of Trump tariffs: SunPower
China's Solar Shift To Cause Global Demand To Plummet In 3rd Quarter, GTM Research Reports
EV Sales Grow to 6.2% in California, as Hybrid Sales Decline
Despite falling costs, the decline in renewables investment is a warning signal
As Bifacial Solar Modules Inch Toward the Mainstream, Equipment Makers Prepare
Podcast: Assessing the Promise of Electric Buses With Proterra CEO Ryan Popple
Texas power grid begging for solar power
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