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Mark Widmar, chief executive of the nation's largest solar module manufacturer, First Solar, weighs in on the topic of solar tariffs. He poses an interesting question:  Why should we allow ourselves to become entirely dependent on an adversarial nation for the solar technology that generates that electricity?   

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Matt Chester on Dec 21, 2020

Why should we allow ourselves to become entirely dependent on an adversarial nation for the solar technology that generates that electricity?   

Man, does history repeat itself!

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