• August 16, 2021

When China’s $100,000 electric electric bill is worth more than the rest of the world

The United States and China have reached a $100 million deal to install an electrical appliance connector that connects a power line to a customer’s home.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the Chinese electrical company, Dangguan, will use $100 to $150 million to buy the new connectors, with the remaining $50 million going to the manufacturer.

The U.S. Department of Energy said in March that it has $10 billion in infrastructure investments, but it’s unclear how many of those will come from the U.N. climate change pact.

President Trump said in May that he would not accept any new funding for the U-Verse program unless it included a U.K. funding package to help the U.-China deal.