Sun Electronics CEO John Kimball weighs in on what Obama's re-election means for the Solar Industry

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Solar distribution business owner John Kimball has mixed feelings on whether Obama's re-election will be positive for renewable energy or not. Obama may claim to be a friend of solar but his tariff on Chinese imports is hurting Sun Electronics.

John Kimball offers a unique perspective on what Obama's re-election means for small business owners, economic policy and the future of renewable energy.

Renewable energy business owner John Kimball has mixed feelings on what Obama's re-election will mean for the solar industry. Obama may be more friendly to John's solar panel distribution company than Romney would have been, but a tariff on Chinese imports imposed by the President is making it more difficult for John to bring down the cost of solar panels for his customers.

John Kimball is the CEO of Sun Electronics, one of the largest distributors of backup and grid-tied electrical systems in the United States. He has some recommendations for how Obama can avoid the mistakes of the past he's made with Solyndra and other manufacturers.

John offers a unique perspective on what Obama's re-election means for small business owners, economic policy and the future of the renewable energy industry. Contact him at 305-710-9645 and john(at)sunelec(dot)com. Sun Electronics' headquarters are at 511 NE 15th St. Miami, right across from the Miami Herald.

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