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Suntech Bankruptcy Shows Solar Power Isn't Economically Viable

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Michael Lynch is the president and director of global petroleum service at Strategic Energy & Economic Research.

Suntech, one of the world's largest photovoltaic manufacturers, has now declared bankruptcy, ignoring the enormous enthusiasm from environmentalists just as the tide ignored King Canute.

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energy
energy policy and climate change
solar energy
technology
business
government
economy
economics

Keystone XL Pipeline Makes for Rare Common Ground in Congress

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Pete Sepp is executive vice president of the National Taxpayers Union.

The partisan line in the sand that we have come to know so well in recent years—on nearly every issue—has not spared the nation's energy policy. Today, as ever, the stark divides that exist between those who desperately want to ...

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natural gas
environment
energy
energy policy and climate change
Keystone XL Pipeline
oil
Obama, Barack
Congress
politics

Obama's State of the Union Failed to Offer Actual Energy Plan

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Gregg Laskoski is a senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.com

If you've taken a look lately at retail gasoline prices across the U.S. it's not terribly surprising to see high-tax states like New York and California with the most expensive gasoline in the country. But who is paying the least at the ...

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energy
energy policy and climate change
Keystone XL Pipeline
Obama, Barack
State of the Union
gas prices
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