How could Suniva's trade case end? With $55M of Chinese cash
The U.S. solar industry is nearly unanimous in its hopes that a controversial trade complaint by Suniva Inc. will go away. The company behind Suniva has said it could do just that — if someone in China would cough up $55 million.
Suniva's parent company opposes its trade case
Suniva Inc., the bankrupt American solar manufacturer that wants global tariffs raised against imports, has a new opponent: the Chinese company that owns most of its stock.
The 'Buy America' company that sourced from abroad
Suniva Inc. has asked the Trump administration to slap big tariffs on foreign solar products, claiming that its own goods are 80 percent American-made. But it appears the company has done tens of millions of dollars of business with the very nations it wants to keep out.
As market falters, industry group opposes new tariffs
The U.S. solar industry's main alliance, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), on Friday formally opposed a petition by a solar manufacturer that asked the Trump administration to erect steep worldwide tariffs on key imports.
Who stands behind Suniva's trade case?
Suniva Inc. has portrayed itself as an all-American company in its bid to raise tariffs against solar imports from around the world. But its Chinese ownership, and its long list of foreign creditors, raise questions about who is in charge.