From Washington Examiner:

Washington Examiner: What did you learn from SEIA’s experience lobbying the Trump administration to oppose tariffs in the solar trade case?

(Abigail Ross) Hopper: It really was unprecedented the amount of advocacy we engaged in and the coalition we were able to assemble. It reaffirmed my belief in coalition building. Getting together with unconventional allies had incredible power. We were aligned with [American Legislative Exchange Council], Heritage [Foundation], R Street [Institute], people we don’t often find policy agreement with. So, that was impactful. Within the solar industry, there was almost unanimity in opposition to the trade case. It was powerful to have such a unified voice.

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