Asian Americans in Energy, the Environment and Commerce

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  • 03 Dec 2011 3:22 PM | Jeremy Wu
    Optimism on solar energy | Harvard Gazette
    Harvard Gazette
    Secretary Steven Chu says China has “Henry Ford-ed” the U.S. solar industry, building a global empire on advances made in the U.S..
  • 03 Dec 2011 8:06 AM | Jeremy Wu
    China-U.S. trade up 17% in first ten months: commerce minister
    XinHua News

    Commerce Minister Chen Deming said Friday that China-U.S. trade rose 17 percent year-on-year to reach 363 billion U.S. dollars in the first ten months of the year...

  • 02 Dec 2011 9:33 AM | Jeremy Wu
    Newt Gingrich recycles Mitt Romneys environment agenda
    The differences between Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney on energy and environmental policy seem to be more about style than substance. Romney is widely seen as the more cautious of the two GOP presidential front-runners, someone more likely to start a ...
  • 02 Dec 2011 7:20 AM | Jeremy Wu
    India and the Asia-Pacific chessboard
    Asia Times Online
    On water issues, China's riparian dominance has been a cause of concern for lower riparians in South Asia. Climate change and ecological concerns are two urgent issues for the Asian giants and can be termed as the nodal points for facilitating ...
  • 02 Dec 2011 7:11 AM | Jeremy Wu
    Deal by deal, US ambassador turns salesman in China
    This is how Gary Locke, the first Chinese-American ambassador to Beijing and a local celebrity, is trying to raise US sales in China -- deal by deal, ballroom by hotel ballroom, in cities most Americans have never heard of. While every US ambassador ...
  • 02 Dec 2011 7:10 AM | Jeremy Wu
    China oil use could approach U.S. levels
    1 (UPI) -- Despite aggressive management policies, China's oil use could easily reach levels comparable to today's US levels by 2040, a US think tank says. Researchers at the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University said ...
  • 02 Dec 2011 7:09 AM | Jeremy Wu
    WashPost: Gary Locke is “star in China” | Strange Bedfellows ...
    By Joel Connelly
    When elected in 1996, Locke became the first Asian American governor on the American mainland. He is now the first Chinese-American to hold the ambassadorial portfolio in Beijing. Locke took the place of Ambassador Jon Huntsman, who ...
  • 02 Dec 2011 6:42 AM | Jeremy Wu
    Energy Department Offers Funds to Ease Rules for Rooftop Solar
    (Bloomberg) -- The US Department of Energy will distribute $12 million to local governments, universities and others to help simplify rooftop solar regulations. The money is intended to ease permitting for solar panels installed on roofs by creating ...
  • 01 Dec 2011 6:10 PM | Jeremy Wu
    Chinese solar companies reject US trade complaint
    A group of China's biggest solar energy companies on Tuesday rejected a US trade complaint that they are unfairly supported by the Chinese government and said possible sanctions would hurt American companies and workers. The group, which include giants ...
  • 01 Dec 2011 5:48 PM | Jeremy Wu
    Google Pulls the Plug on a Renewable Energy Effort -
    The company drops an effort to make steam to generate electricity using a giant field of computer-controlled solar mirrors that will focus the sun's light on a black-painted absorber.
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