EST, a White House official confirmed to the media at an energy conference on Monday that after months of stalemate, the United States has finally begun to release solar panels imported from China.

The news was enough to bring a sigh of relief to major Chinese suppliers such as Trina Solar and JinkoSolar. After a long delay, their products were finally able to enter the US market smoothly.
This news also means that a large number of Chinese solar panels that were previously stuck at the US customs border or waiting to be transported from overseas have been able to successfully clear customs in the US, which is expected to help alleviate the plight of solar project development in the US.
White House official: Chinese solar panels have begun to be released
During the CERAWeek energy conference in Houston on Monday, US President Joe Biden's senior adviser on clean energy affairs, John Podesta (John Podesta), confirmed to reporters that the number of solar panels imported by the United States from China has increased.
"With clearer guidelines, we're seeing more goods coming through (customs)," he said, without elaborating on the number of solar panels that have recently passed through customs.
According to The Paper citing foreign media reports last year, due to the so-called prohibition of forced labor in the United States, since June last year, more than 1,000 batches of solar modules from China have been backlogged in US ports, worth hundreds of millions of dollars.