The Department of Commerce has extended from Oct. 1 to Oct. 15 the deadline for public input to inform its effort to develop a clean technologies export competitiveness strategy. This strategy intends to identify key issues influencing the deployment of these goods and services, highlight potential opportunities and challenges, and identify possible actions for the federal government to take to foster U.S. export competitiveness in this sector.

According to the DOC, its request for comments is an initial step toward improving its understanding of private-sector interests, concerns, and policy needs with respect to the potential for clean technologies exports. As such the request seeks input on a variety of topics, primarily specific challenges and solutions. However, the DOC is also interested in comments on how U.S. trade policies impact the development and deployment of clean technologies in the U.S. and abroad.

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