Ed Driscoll

Women, Children, Thomas Friedman Hardest Hit

“Dark clouds gather over China’s once-booming solar industry,” the London Telegraph reports:

China’s push into solar energy was supposed to be a proud example of how the country was advancing into hi-tech manufacturing. But now the whole sector is on the brink of bankruptcy.

Via Kate of Small Dead Animals, who quips, “Nobody saw this coming.”

Besides, how much solar power does a ghost city need, anyhow?