The global supply of polysilicon is hurtling towards 500,000 tons by 2014, almost doubling today’s supply within 2 years, from 266,000 tons this year, analysts at Macquarie Group Ltd have told Bloomberg News.
A report released last week found that China could net 9.5 million jobs over the coming 5 years if it gave dirty energy the shaft and replaced it with clean, renewable energy and other “green businesses” instead.
Google is renowned (and sometimes ridiculed) for its willingness to allow a vast herd of esoteric projects to roam its offices, but inevitably there is a culling.
Wind and biofuels continued to make big gains as sources of U.S. energy in 2010, but with overall consumption bouncing back from 2009’s 12-year low, fossil fuel use also rose.
Despite gaining much recognition lately for its support for renewable energy, Google has done an about-face with its latest "spring-cleaning" installment
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