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Polysilicon exports to China lowest since 2011 due to US import laws – Bernreuter

PV Tech

Polysilicon imports to China have fallen to their lowest levels since 2011 as non-Chinese polysilicon producers have shipped greater volumes to Southeast Asia, according to a recent report from Bernreuter Research.

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Dwindling Polysilicon Imports to China Reach Nadir Unseen Since 2011, Attributed to Protectionist Trade Policies Enacted by the United States

EnergyTrend

Dwindling Polysilicon Imports to China Reach Nadir Unseen Since 2011, Attributed to Protectionist Trade Policies Enacted by the United States GeopoliticalManeuversinthePolysiliconMarket:AprecipitousdeclinehasbeenobservedintheinfluxofpolysilicontoChina,reachingitslowestpointsincetheyear2011.T.

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UK tots up £6bn in climate finance for developing counties since 2011

Business Green

Totting up the UK's International Climate Finance (ICF) since 2011 in an update report published on Tuesday , the government said it had mobilised £4.1bn public and £2.2bn private finance for climate change efforts in developing countries over the period.

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Japan Could Be Nearing Restart of World’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant

POWER Magazine

The world’s largest nuclear power plant, among the facilities taken offline after the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan, could be nearing a restart. Japanese media reported that on March 14, […] The post Japan Could Be Nearing Restart of World’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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Shutting Down All Of Japan’s Nuclear Plants After Fukushima Was A Bad Idea

Jim Conca

By now, more Japanese have died from the closing of Japan's nuclear power plants following the 2011 Tohoku quake than from the tsunami and the earthquake combined, which was about 20,000 people. But no one has died from any radiation released by the crippled reactors.

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Trend: The bots are coming (to ratings and reporting)

GreenBiz

Roughly 20 percent of S&P 500 companies published a sustainability report in 2011. Corporate reporting on sustainability has grown more than fivefold in the past 10 years. In 2018, that number rose to 86 percent.

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Coal Continues as Key Part of Japan’s Energy Mix

POWER Magazine

The 2011 Fukushima disaster upended the nation’s power generation, resulting in more reliance on coal and natural The post Coal Continues as Key Part of Japan’s Energy Mix appeared first on POWER Magazine. Japan’s energy mix is in flux as the country slowly brings idled nuclear reactors online.

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