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Can US double-up on bifacial in wake of tariff reprieve?

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By John Parnell, Solar Media

The US announced an exemption from Section 201 trade tariffs in June. But with a limited bifacial project pipeline in place and questions around supply, will the ruling really open the door to the technology? John Parnell investigates.

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