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At its worst, the “airpocalypse” that settled over Beijing and northern China in late February had a fine particulate matter reading 16 times the recommended upper limit,
Farther south, cadmium-tainted rice has been a staple of Guangzhou’s food supply since at least 2009. The dead pigs that floated down Shanghai’s Huangpu River
A July 2013 study found that air pollution in China’s north reduces life expectancy by an average of five and a half years.
Water pollution has been linked to increased rates of cancer in almost 500 villages along China’s highly polluted rivers.
Almost two-thirds of the country’s wealthy—those with assets of $1.6 million or more—have left or plan to leave the country,
In November 2013 an oil pipeline burst in Qingdao, killing or injuring more than 100 people;
The results showed that 28 percent of the land in the area—including 50 percent in the cities of Guangzhou and Foshan—has excessive levels of heavy metals.
And then it STILL wasn't fixed right....
They also deny them from distributing literature, or talking about Tesla. Anybody hear of the 1st amendment? Then again, WHY is Elon considering the battery plant in Texas. Elon, are you slipping?
Doesn't it seem that the installation of superchargers slowed down once he completed the cross country route....
Nelson concluded, "This is the ultimate mission of Solar3D -- to provide affordable solar power to the world. We believe that the values that we espouse as a team at SUNworks, as well as the further development of the proprietary Solar3D Cell, will allow us to accomplish our mission."
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Solar Claims Mainstream Status With Report That US Photovoltaic Installations Grew 41% in 2013, Which Could Boost Many Solar Stocks Including First Solar, SolarCity and SunPower
SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 11, 2014) - Solar3D, Inc. (OTCQB: SLTD), a leading solar power company and the developer of a proprietary high efficiency solar cell, commented on the outlook for future growth at Solar3D, based on a new report describing rapidly growing demand for solar systems, which could boost many solar stocks including First Solar, SolarCity and SunPower.
"We knew that PV installations in the US were growing when we made the decision to acquire SUNworks," said Jim Nelson, CEO of Solar3D. "But now that the data has been published, our optimism has been corroborated. The future looks brighter than we even dared to imagine."
It was announced last week that photovoltaic installations in the US in 2013 grew 41% with much of that coming in the fourth quarter. According to Shayle Kann, SVP at GTM Research, this is "the first real glimpse of [U.S. solar's] path toward mainstream status."
"Over half of the US PV installations in 2014 took place in California, the market served by our SUNworks division," Nelson continued. "SUNworks will continue to grow and expand in California as it offers options and service that are superior to other providers -- even our bigger and better known competitors. But with the strength of our management team, we are eyeing additional opportunities as well."
SUNworks revenue in 2013 exceeded $8.5 million as a stand-alone company. Solar3D completed the acquisition of the profitable company on January 31, 2014, opening what Nelson calls an "aggressive" entry into the solar systems market. Organic growth alone is anticipated to make the company substantially larger in 2014. Nelson also reported that Solar3D is actively seeking additional acquisitions to enlarge the SUNworks division.