Matthew Nicely (left) is a lawyer with Hughes Hubbard and Reed representing the U.S. Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) against petitioners, Suniva and Solar World, who seek damages from the International Trade Commission for injuries caused by low-cost imported solar cells and modules. Last week, he and colleagues Abby Hopper from SEIA and Dan Shugar from NEXTracker participated in an exclusive Renewable Energy World webcast to explain what happens next with the Section 201 Trade Case.

Below please find Nicely’s answers to the questions that were asked during the webcast but were not answered during the presentation. Perhaps one of these is your question, too.

Q: Excluding US and Canadian module supply, are any panels, poly,

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