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U.S. Solar Trade Group Protests China’s Polysilicon Tariffs

The Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing is protesting China’s imposition of tariffs on imports of polysilicon — the raw material used in solar photovoltaic cells and panels — from the U.S. While the tariffs violate international trade treaties, the Chinese government has ramped up the illegal subsidies it provides to domestic manufacturers, CASM asserts.

Commerce Hikes Duties on Chinese Silicon Solar PV Imports

The additional duties are based on Commerce’s ongoing investigation of illegal Chinese subsidies for silicon solar cell and panel manufacturers and exports.

Energy in Our World: Good, Bad, and Ugly

Enviro News Wrap: Energy in Our World – The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

GlobalWarmingisReal contributor Anders Hellum-Alexander wraps-up the climate and environmental news headlines for the past week: Much of the costs for energy sources like petroleum (oil) and nuclear are paid not with money, but with the health of our families as our kids get asthma or exposure to nuclear radiation. The New York Times updates us on Japan’s current situation with…

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