Solar Sector At War Over Cheap Chinese Panels

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Gordon Brinser, president, SolarWorld Industries America, Hillsboro, Ore.

Dan Shugar, CEO, Solaria Corporation, Fremont, Calif.

Seven solar companies have filed a trade complaint with the federal government, accusing China of dumping artificially cheap solar panels on the US market. But solar installers welcome the low prices. Ira Flatow and guests discuss what's best for the domestic solar industry—and US jobs—in the long run.

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