In response to the US investigation of the supposed dumping by Chinese solar panel manufacturers, China’s Ministry of Commerce announced that it would also start an investigation on US subsidies and policies regarding the renewable energy industry.
The United States Commerce Department said that it would start a probe on whether Chinese companies sell their solar panels in the country at unfair discounts as well as receive government subsidies illegally.
Solar equipment manufacturers based in the United States want the government to impose taxes on more than $1 billion Chinese imports. They joined the clamor from the wind power industry to seek compensation for the unfair state aid given to foreign companies.
Gone are the days when the only handiest solar item around is the calculator. A wide array of solar powered products are being developed to help simplify our everyday life. Here are six current bestselling solar gadgets on Amazon.com:
Oregon’s Energy Trust has a Oregon’s Energy Trust that is available for Pacific Power and PGE customers. The program was launched in May of 2003 and those with new photovoltaic (PV) systems installed in existing or new homes, community buildings, municipal facilities and commercial buildings.
Japan as usual is working on staying ahead where technology is concerned. Fortunately, for a country so densely populated and so technologically oriented, that includes solar technology. The Japanese government has recently announced that it will be putting $145 million toward solar power in the next few months. I’m not sure exactly how the money […]
China has developed a reputation as one of the world’s leading producers of the pollutants which contribute to Global Warming. It is also a leading producer of manufactured goods which are exported to North and South America, Europe, and Africa, and the factories which produce these goods are not the most eco-friendly on Earth. Rapid […]