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Jessica Jin

Jessica Jin

Jessica Jin is a senior analyst with a particular focus on global supply and demand throughout the PV module supply chain. She is primarily responsible for tracking global production, capacity and shipments throughout the supply chain and providing insight and forecasts around the performance of the industry, as well as and the development of prices and margins. In addition, Jessica continuously contributes to IHS Markit’s detailed coverage of downstream PV market development in China.

Jessica continuously contributes to IHS Markit’s subscription services, but also provides regular support to custom research reports and consulting projects.

Jessica has close to ten years of experience as an analyst in the solar industry, having previously worked for more than three years at a specialist market research firm in China focusing on the solar PV supply chain.

She graduated from Anhui Polytechnic University with a Bachelor’s degree in English. She is based in the company’s Shanghai office.


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PV Module Supply Chain Tracker - Q3 2019

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Power & Energy Technology
Bifacial modules lose Section 201 exemption in the United States but fundamentals remain strong as demand continues to grow from 2020–2023

In our recent insight from October 3rd, “US market to be standout global PV market in 2020 conditional to current ITC policy roadmap", we anticipated that “Restrictions to Bifacial 201 exemption likely to be imposed” because of a strong “push back from local US module manufacturers” since the June 2019 announcement. We anticipated that increasing restrictions were quite likely to be approved no later than Q2 2020. As such, the policy announcement has arrived earlier and more drastic than anticipated. The policy announcement has arrived earlier and more drastic than anticipated. On October 4th, the US Trade Representative (USTR) office announced that bifacial PV modules imported into the US will lose their exemption from Section 201 safeguard measures from October 28th 2019, thereby reverting its recent decision from earlier this year. The USTR claims to have assessed “newly available information” and stated that the exclusion of bifacial technology would “likely result” in significantly higher levels of imports, putting pressure on domestic manufacturers. Please log in to view the full analysis.

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PV Suppliers Tracker - Q3 2019

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