This year has been one of the strangest I’ve seen in the solar industry. At the beginning of 2017, investors were uncertain where demand for solar panels was going to come from and ultimately worried that manufacturers might go bankrupt. By mid-year, it was clear that China was going to prop up the entire market almost on its own, driving panel prices and earnings higher than expected. But the last month has been focused on the solar trade case working its way through the International Trade Commission, potentially killing the U.S. solar industry.
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