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In this Florida development, no one pays an electricity bill
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In this Florida development, no one pays an electricity bill

In Hunters Point, Florida, the first LEED Zero Energy-certified residential development in the world, every house produces more electricity than it consumes.
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Minnesota's carbon-free electricity bill: 8 questions, answered

A bill speeding through the Legislature would require utilities to quicken their transition to cleaner energy. But it includes exemptions and ways they could meet the standard without ditching fossil fuels altogether.
Pa. community’s fight against electric lines shows tensions coming with push toward a clean energy future

Pa. community’s fight against electric lines shows tensions coming with push toward a clean energy future

To achieve a carbon-free electricity sector, the country would need to more than double the power infrastructure it has now in the next decade.
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The era of fossil fuel power plants is rapidly receding. Here is their life expectancy

What if President-elect Joe Biden's plan to get to 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2035 turns out to involve not radical disruption but a smooth transition?

Report: By 2035, 90 percent of the US could be powered by renewables
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Report: By 2035, 90 percent of the US could be powered by renewables

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Turkey’s dam-building spree continues, at steep ecological cost
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Turkey’s dam-building spree continues, at steep ecological cost

Nearly 90 miles of the historic Tigris River will soon be turned into a vast reservoir as Turkey completes the massive Ilisu Dam. While the government touts the project as a source of carbon-free electricity, it will displace 80,000 people and threaten a host of species.
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