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Something new may be rising off California coast: Wind farms
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Something new may be rising off California coast: Wind farms

The Interior Department is moving to lease parcels in the deep Pacific waters for development, which could help the state meet its clean-energy goals.
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Orsted, a giant in offshore wind farms, makes a move in the US
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Orsted, a giant in offshore wind farms, makes a move in the US

The Danish company’s acquisition of the Rhode Island-based Deepwater Wind is a sign that the United States is growing in appeal to clean energy developers.
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In London, electric trucks are helping UPS make ‘eco-friendly’ deliveries
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In London, electric trucks are helping UPS make ‘eco-friendly’ deliveries

Smoggy skies across Europe inspired the logistics giant to devise 'greener' alternatives to conventional diesel-powered trucks.

From rooftops to algae pools: Orlando’s vision for carbon-free energy
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From rooftops to algae pools: Orlando’s vision for carbon-free energy

On its own and in league with other cities, Orlando is working to curb climate change, starting with the electricity it generates.
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From rooftops to algae pools: Orlando’s vision for carbon-free energy
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From rooftops to algae pools: Orlando’s vision for carbon-free energy

On its own and in league with other cities, Orlando is working to curb climate change, starting with the electricity it generates.
California lawmakers set goal for carbon-free energy by 2045
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California lawmakers set goal for carbon-free energy by 2045

The legislation comes on top of an earlier move requiring the state to generate 50 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
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The nuclear power plant of the future may be floating near Russia
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The nuclear power plant of the future may be floating near Russia

Offshore reactors could be cheaper, safer and more flexible, proponents say, making them a useful weapon against climate change. Critics are incredulous.
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