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Note to Affiliates: US ITC Vote: Injury


Affiliates,
Today at 11AM ET the U.S. ITC voted and found injury in the Suniva/SolarWorld 201 Petition. This means that we move in to the Remedy Phase of the proceeding. The full timeline is below.
Timeline
Remedy Phase
Pre-Hearing Brief Due
27-Sep-17
Wednesday
Request to Appear at Hearing
27-Sep-17
Wednesday
Pre-Hearing Conference
28-Sep-17
Thursday
Remedy Hearing
3-Oct-17
Tuesday
Post-Hearing Brief Due
10-Oct-17
Tuesday
Written Statements of Information re: Remedy from Non-Parties
10-Oct-17
Tuesday
Staff Report to Commission
23-Oct-17
Monday
Remedy Vote
31-Oct-17
Tuesday
Report to President
13-Nov-17
Monday
The President then has 60 days from the report to make a decision to implement the recommendation, modify it, or do nothing.
Hearing October 3rd
We anticipate that the schedule will be similar to the Injury Hearing from August 15th, meaning this will be a full-day event. Below is the schedule from the previous hearing for your reference.
  • 8:30AM Suggested arrival time
  • 9:30AM US ITC Hearing begins
  • ~Noon Lunch Break (exact timing TBD by Commissioners)
  • ~7:30PM Hearing Concludes
Location: 400 E Street SW, Washington, D.C., USA
Please feel free to share the RSVP link with others so we can keep everyone informed about updates to the schedule, etc.
We look forward to working with you throughout the remainder of this process. It is imperative that we have your support as we work to shape the outcome of the remedy and eventual review by the White House. I will also be reaching out to you individually to help with some advocacy work related to agriculture groups, corporates, etc. in your states.
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