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<h5>Ever drier soil leads to a worst-of-both-worlds scenario.</h5>
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<h5>Over the past few days in the Western US, there have been three game-changing developments in the shift from coal to clean energy on our power grid. </h5>
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Dec 14, 2018
336 Views
The Department of Energy wants you!
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Dec 13, 2018
187 Views
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Dec 12, 2018
367 Views
How Jobs Are Being Created In A Rising New Industry
<h5>Solar energy has a bright future, and it gets brighter with every horrific storm that downs power lines and leaves communities in the dark for days on end.</h5>
Dec 11, 2018
334 Views
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<h5>If other states follow the California proposal to require solar on all new home builds...</h5>
Dec 10, 2018
505 Views
For the first time, a major US utility has committed to 100% clean energy
<h5>Another sign that zero-carbon energy is going viral.</h5>
Dec 09, 2018
347 Views
California Gives Final OK To Require Solar Panels On New Houses
<h5>Single and small multi-family homes must include solar panels starting in 2020. Recent extreme weather events such as wildfires and drought make the need clear, a state official says.</h5>
Dec 08, 2018
215 Views
2019 may be the hottest year yet—here's why
<h5>Spurred by a likely El Niño as well as climate change, the planet is expected to heat up even more, scientists warn.</h5>
Dec 07, 2018
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