December 7, 2011

America Is Losing the Green Energy Race

Sunil Sharan, Washington Post


Washington Post

The race to renewable energy is on, and despite heavy marketing campaigns on the part of the federal government and corporations, the United States continues to fall behind.

China has rapidly increased its investment in solar and wind power, becoming a leading player in the green energy space. China accounted for at least half of the world’s solar...

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