Cashing In on China’s RE Boom

Hong Kong [Reuters] China is set to spend $200 billion on renewable energy over the next 15 years, and industry players are racing to grab a slice of the action. … Chinese and foreign firms are erecting 40-storey wind turbines, installing solar panels, and conducting tests on corn for biofuel. Beijing wants a tenth of its energy to come from environmentally friendly sources by 2010.
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