Make: Trump's steel tariffs not a "deal-breaker"

Consultant Group Make Consulting estimates that US President Donald Trump's tariffs on imported steel could raise the cost of new wind projects in the US by 2-3 percent.

US President Donald Trump's high tariffs on imported steel will not be a "deal-breaker", even though they are expected to raise the price on wind power from new projects, writes industry media Wind Power Monthly.

Wind Power Monthly refers to estimations made by consultant group Make Consulting, which estimates that the introduced tariffs may raise the levelized cost of energy (LCOE) from new wind projects in the US by 2-3 percent on average.

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