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Green Energy News for 30-12-2011

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China Proceeds With Plan for Disputed Xiaonanhai Dam View Articles
China?s State Council has removed a roadblock to one of the nation?s most controversial hydroelectric dams, a decisive defeat to the project?s environmental critics.
U.S. Companies File Complaint Over China?s Steel Subsidies View Articles
The four American companies, makers of towers for wind turbines, sought tariffs of about 60 percent on rivals in China and Vietnam.
Looking back: Green energy scandal, market stability | Jon Talton View Articles
Continuing a look at readers who weren`t satisfied with Friday`s poll on the stories of 2011 that will matter the most going forward.
New Financing Mechanism: Solar-backed Securities View Articles
The idea of creating solar-backed securities has generated strong interest among U.S. project developers who want to access more capital to grow their business. The idea also is sprouting up in India, which is only at the beginning of building a market for solar energy.
Wind Power Far From Trouble-Free View Articles
"Green" depends greatly on your point of view in terms of energy sources. As they tout wind power as the answer to all America`s energy needs, President Barack Obama and other liberals ignore that.
Renewable energy still not cost effective View Articles
Sooner or later, the laws of economics prevail, even in heavily subsidized industries such as solar power.
U.S. wind tower makers accuse China of dumping View Articles
Four domestic companies that make most of the steel towers for wind turbines in the United States filed a trade complaint against China and Vietnam on Thursday, seeking tariffs in the range of 60 percent.
Renewable Energy Recap: Tunisia View Articles
Developers, manufacturers, investors and other renewable energy industry stakeholders need to know where the next big market is going to be so that they can adjust their business decisions accordingly.
Renewable Energy Recap: Spain View Articles
Developers, manufacturers, investors and other renewable energy industry stakeholders need to know where the next big market is going to be so that they can adjust their business decisions accordingly.
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