White House struggles for answers on infant formula shortage

White House struggles for answers on infant formula shortage

After announcing a series of limited steps the Biden administration is taking to address the shortage, White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Thursday could not clearly answer queries from CNN’s MJ Lee about federal government guidance for concerned parents who cannot find formula to feed their children . Asked what a parent who does … Read more

Cars With Active Driving Assistance Tech Crash During AAA Test

Cars With Active Driving Assistance Tech Crash During AAA Test

Photo: Harold Cunningham (Getty Images) The long road towards autonomous vehicles just hit another speed bump. Despite lofty performance promises from carmakers seeking an autonomous future, recent testing from AAA revealed “inconsistent performance” with more basic active driving assistance (ADA) thas resulted in vehicles crashing repeatedly into cars and bicycles. Head-on collisions occurred during each … Read more

Colorado solar advocates warn federal investigation imperils state’s industry

Colorado solar advocates warn federal investigation imperils state’s industry

A federal investigation into whether China is getting around tariffs on solar panels has Colorado’s expanding solar energy industry warning of layoffs, soaring prices and lights out for new projects. In January, industry representatives and the US Energy Information Administration were predicting 2022 would be a busy year for new solar power generation. Now, the … Read more

Baby formula shortage: What experts want parents to know

Baby formula shortage: What experts want parents to know

WASHINGTON (AP) – Many parents are hunting for infant formula after a combination of short- and long-term problems hit most of the biggest US brands. Millions of babies in the US rely on formula, which is the only source of nutrition recommended for infants who aren’t exclusively breastfed. Here’s a look at what’s behind the … Read more

Secretary of Commerce falsely represented record of solar tariffs before Senate – pv magazine USA

Secretary of Commerce falsely represented record of solar tariffs before Senate – pv magazine USA

Appearing before a subcommittee meeting with the Senate, Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo addressed bipartisan concerns about an antidumping investigation launched by a petition from a small module manufacturer, Auxin Solar. The investigation could lead to tariffs on solar goods shipped from four Southeast Asian countries that supply about 80% of US polysilicon-based solar panels. … Read more