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Can Arizona revive its bipartisan clean power mandate?

Two years ago, Arizona was on the cusp of showing how a quintessential purple state could go green. Politics, however, tanked the plan before a final vote.

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Does nuclear power stand a chance in Minnesota amid a moratorium and carbon-free mandate?

Minnesota utilities say nuclear could provide a consistent, clean power source — if a state moratorium was repealed.
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Michigan city offers new model for 100% clean power

Michigan city offers new model for 100% clean power

In what could be a national model, a Michigan city is aiming to become carbon neutral within a decade even as the state remains tethered to coal and natural gas.
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Green construction: Creating emissions-free building sites

Building sites produce emissions and air pollution. Cities, developers and construction machinery manufacturers are looking for ways to clean them up.
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100% clean power? U.S. may be halfway there

Surveying the future in 2005, energy experts predicted a steady climb of carbon emissions from power plants over the next 15 years. Reality blew the forecasts to bits.

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How Biden's $2T plan would spur EVs, 100% clean power

President Biden pledged to rebuild the "backbone of America" yesterday in pitching his massive infrastructure plan, but questions lingered about whether his clean electricity standard, carbon capture and electric vehicle proposals would work.
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Wind industry warns not building enough to curb global warming

The world's wind power industry is falling far short of installing the capacity needed to limit global warming, a report by the Global Wind Energy Council showed.

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