Q3 2021 | Caelux joins the Solar Energy Manufacturing for America (SEMA) coalition

The SEMA coalition is led by Boundary Stone Partners in Washington D.C., and supports Senator Ossoff’s bill (S. 2140). If passed, SEMA would provide domestic solar supply manufacturing tax credits at each step of the supply chain, enabling the United States to drive down solar deployment costs while adding hundreds of thousands of good quality jobs. The coalition also includes reps from Q-Cells, LG, Hemlock, Meyer Burger Technology, Auxin Solar, First Solar, Swift Solar, Leading Edge Technologies, Wacker, Silfab Solar, and CubicPV.

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