Hearing held in Toledo, Ohio, to investigate how the PeopleAis Republic of ChinaAis (PRC) efforts to create a powerful green technology exporting sector affect OhioAis efforts to develop clean and alternative energy technology. Witnesses: Ethan Zindler, Bloomberg New Energy Finance; Julian Wong, Center for Amer. Progress Action Fund; Devon Swezey, The Breakthrough Institute; Megan Reichert-Kral, Clean a Alternative Energy Incubator, Univ. of Toledo, OH; David McCall, United Steelworkers Union; Ty Haines, WIRE-Net; Kathleen Weiss, First Solar; Greg Noethlich, Elyria Foundry; Patrick Valente, Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition; J. Ross Bushman, Cast-Fab Technologies. This is a print on demand publication.... of First Solar, in their Perrysburg, Ohio manufacturing facility and across the line in Michigan at UniSolar in Auburn Hills. ... This technology, capitalizes on the massproduction, automotive skill set of the workers in the region integrated with world class research ... The statea#39;s Third Frontier Program, which was recently renewed by the State of Ohio voters, provides research and ... Although some people criticize Ohio for taking a little longer to pass an RPS, as the 5 th largest user of 56.
|Title||:||Challenge of China¿s Green Technology Policy and Ohio¿s Response|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-04|