A trade dispute over solar imports has stalled clean-energy projects across the U.S. With the looming prospect of tariffs driving up the price of panels, utilities and businesses are holding off on signing deals to buy solar power. It may be months before they get more clarity. In the meantime, “projects are on hold,” Yumin Liu, president of Canadian Solar Inc.’s Recurrent Energy development unit, said in an interview at Infocast’s Solar Connect conference in San Diego. Recurrent has multiple projects that were initially scheduled to begin commercial operations next year. Now it’s not clear if that will happen on time.
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