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Trump vows to dismantle Biden’s electric vehicle policies

Former President Donald Trump has pledged to dismantle President Biden's electric vehicle policies if re-elected, threatening tariffs and policy reversals.

Coral Davenport and Jack Ewing report for The New York Times.

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American solar firms request federal action against Asian competitors

American solar firms request federal action against Asian competitors

American solar manufacturers are calling for the U.S. government to impose measures against Asian countries allegedly dumping subsidized panels into the market, arguing this threatens the domestic industry.

Evan Halper reports for The Washington Post.

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Senate Republicans introduce a climate bill — aimed at China

The legislation aims to protect U.S. companies from cheap imports from countries that lack robust greenhouse gas regulations.
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Can the U.S. make solar panels? This company thinks so

First Solar kept producing them in Ohio after most of the industry moved to China. President Biden wants many more domestic manufacturers.
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The Inflation Reduction Act is reducing U.S. reliance on China

Don’t get fooled by a common myth. The reality: The landmark IRA includes provisions to incentivize domestic clean energy manufacturing and reduce U.S. dependence on China.
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Bangladesh apparel industry makes progress in ‘eco-friendly’ manufacturing

According to the United Nations Environment Programme, the fashion industry is responsible for 10% of carbon emissions annually. If the current pace of greenhouse gas emissions continues, it will surge by more than 50% by 2030.

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Minnesota program helps manufacturers train for all-electric future

Beyond engineering and production, a wide range of employees need to be able to “talk the lingo” of electrification, one executive says.