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Despite ongoing solar industry trade disputes involving China, a group of 22 Asia-Pacific nations has agreed to reduce import duties for green technologies that grow their economies without hurting the environment starting in 2015, reports The New York Times. The agreement by the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum sets import duties of 5% or [...]
Just as solar panel producers had ramped up production to meet thecoming growth in demand for solar energy, the 2008 recession hit,causing demand to plummet and producers to cut back on production. Dozens of companies had entered the solar panel market prior to thefinancial collapse, flooding the market with product in preparation forthe coming solar [...]
Whilemost eco-conscious homeowners are now trying to help the planet bygoing off-grid and installing a solar power station right on theirrooftops, industrial designers are working on products that might suitthe requirements of others who have just begun greening their home. Hungariandesigner Stefan Wallmann has come up with an easy-to-use night lampthat gets powered by onboard [...]
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