Trump makes his first mark as enforcer-in-chief
Groups and industry officials who fear that such tariffs could threaten hundreds of thousands of solar jobs panned the decision. The Center for Biological Diversity criticized it a “reckless” and “profoundly political move,” while R Street Institute’s Clark Packard called it a mistake.
“More good-paying jobs will be jeopardized by today’s decision than could possibly be saved by bailing out the bankrupt companies that petitioned for protection,” Packard added. “Today’s decision also will jeopardize the environment by making clean energy sources less affordable.”