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Outside editorial: Weaning ourselves from a China import

...tariffs on some minerals while reducing taxes for its domestic rare earth users. One result of this is that more clean-energy technology companies are moving operations to China to save costs. For example, rare earths are used to make most wind...
My turn: Green jobs for a clean energy future

...make things again," and this administration is committed to ensuring that we emerge as the world leader in clean energy technology and jobs. Each of us has a part to play in a new future that will benefit our great country. As we recover from...
Staying competitive in the clean energy race

...two-thirds of it by the end of 2011 - on energy efficiency, clean vehicles, grid infrastructure and other clean energy technology. Indeed, a comparative analysis of G-20 nations shows that national policies can deeply influence clean energy...
Kalamazoo River 'mess' is a lot more than that

...Kalamazoo. It's ironic that Michigan must pay the price this time. The state is itching to take the lead in clean-energy technology. In less than a year, 16 electric vehicle technology plants have opened there, and they're projected to...
My Turn: Defining Alaska as a clean energy state

...current demand in the Railbelt. Equally exciting is Alaska's potential to be seen as a world leader in pioneering clean energy technology. Thanks to the research and testing efforts at Chena Hot Springs, Alaska is now the go-to state for learning...
Outside editorial: A hiccup in time

...Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Thomas Friedman argues that we're entering a new age in which renewable clean-energy technology will transform the world economy the same way information technology transformed it during the 1980s and 1990s...


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