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China's green tech surge sparks global trade tensions

China's green tech surge sparks global trade tensions

China's rapid expansion into renewable technology, including becoming the world's largest producer of solar cells, is raising concerns over potential unfair competition in the U.S. and Europe.

Christian Shepherd reports for The Washington Post.

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Green tech gets a $6 billion boost from the Biden administration

Green tech gets a $6 billion boost from the Biden administration

The Biden administration earmarks $6 billion for projects aimed at slashing emissions in heavy industries, marking a major step in the battle against climate change.

Brad Plumer reports for The New York Times.

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Key ‘Bidenomics’ architect calls for spending ‘race to the top’ on green tech

Governments around the world must drastically increase public investment in green technologies to combat global heating and drive sustainable economic growth, a top adviser to President Joe Biden has said.

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Captive to coal: Indonesia to burn even more fossil fuel for green tech

Indonesia is on a spree of building coal-fired power plants for industry, which will keep the country addicted to the fossil fuel for the foreseeable future, regardless of its climate commitments, Hans Nicholas Jong reports for Mongabay.

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Can natural gas be used to create power with fewer emissions?

Can natural gas be used to create power with fewer emissions?

One company says it has the technology. And though investors looking for cleaner power generation are lining up, some environmentalists are skeptical.
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How Russia’s war is putting green tech progress in jeopardy

How Russia’s war is putting green tech progress in jeopardy

The European Union relies heavily on Russia to supply nickel and other metals for electric vehicle batteries and other renewable technologies. War-related price increases and shortages of these metals could hinder Europe’s drive to sharply cut emissions.

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These windows are see-through solar panels

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