Friedman: Solar Panel Boom Is Getting Away from U.S.

Today's New York Times includes a fine column by Thomas Friedman, in which he explores the exploding solar panel industry. He finds to his dismay that it's all overseas. He concludes, "So, if you like importing oil from Saudi Arabia, you’re going to love importing solar panels from China."

We've been saying this for years, and it's still true: The best way to create clean energy jobs right here in the U.S. is to cap global warming pollution. Here's more on how a cap will create jobs.

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  1. Posted March 3, 2010 at 1:51 am | Permalink

    Look! If the thing is good for human being in use and due to it they feel comfortable so it is obvious that will be popular in whole world not certain region..

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