Tag Archives: Alternative Energy

U.S. Falling Behind China in High-Tech Manufacturing

America is losing ground to both China and India in research and high-tech manufacturing, a fact that endangers the nation’s position in the world, according to Energy Secretary Steven Chu.

Green Technologies Creating Jobs in Other Nations

While officials insist that the ‘green revolution’ will spur domestic manufacturing and help end our foreign oil dependence, we are actually importing more and more necessary components, creating a foreign part dependency.

America May Soon Be Reliant on China for Its Energy Needs

Already overly dependent upon China to purchase U.S. debt and manufacture goods, the U.S. government is now risking a move from a dependence on imported oil from the Middle East to imported parts and technology from China to meet its energy needs.

China’s Wind Industry Subsidies Under Fire

After investigating a slew of allegations brought forth by the United Steelworkers Union, the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office announced Wednesday that it was requesting a consultation with China at the World Trade Organization concerning Chinese subsidies in the wind power industry.

Brazil Questions Ethanol Tariff

Brazilian officials are threatening to take action against the U.S. at the World Trade Organization if lawmakers extend an ethanol import tariff, according to Brazilian media.

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