The Daily Dirt: September 20, 2012
To combat anti-dumping taxes imposed by the European Union and United States, Chinese solar companies are reducing their workforce.
The J.E. Corette plant in Billings, Montana, will shut down in 2015 because complying with new EPA standards will cost $38 million.
After raising a tax on biodiesel exports from 20 percent to 32 percent, Argentina will implement a sliding scale that is updated every 15 days to maximize revenue.
By 2020, Morocco is hoping to get 42 percent of its power from wind, solar, and hydro.
University of Minnesota researchers claim to have found a silica bacteria that will clean fracking waste water.