The United States Senate is now looking into a sweeping piece of energy legislation which narrowly passed through the House of Representatives last month. The bill proposes wide-scale changes to the U-S energy system, including among other things adding a cap and trade system on carbon emissions, and allotting funds for major investment in clean technologies. But as the U-S tries to position itself in the renewable energy market, it may find fierce competition from German companies already setting up shop state-side. This is especially true in one of the sunniest states, Arizona . Tony Ganzer reports.
In the last year the U.S. Dollar has fallen dramatically in value against the British Pound and the Euro. International travelers hoping to ride the currency shift are spending more money in the States, and some in Arizona are hoping foreign investors will do the same. From Phoenix, Tony Ganzer reports.Continue reading “Pouring Euros into Arizona”