Is this just an attempt by a Middle East oil state to undermine renewable energy growth in the United States? The writing is certainly on the wall.
Strange Bedfellows Of The Energy Industry
February 13, 2014

Via Clean Technica:

The old saw goes that politics makes for strange bedfellows. Well, the same appears to be true in the battle over our energy future, judging by the looks of an exceptionally weird story that’s developing in the halls of the International Trade Commission. Here’s the rub:

SolarWorld is a struggling solar panel manufacturing company with a CEO who (literally) lives in an ivory tower while his empire crumbles beneath him. For the past few years, SolarWorld has been hemorrhaging stock value, employees, and goodwill in the renewable industry — particularly in the United States, where it has a...

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