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Study: Enough rare earth minerals to fuel green energy shift

The world is trying to switch from electricity produced by burning fossil fuels to cleaner wind and solar power, but some people have worried that...

Guyana: Satellites will spot oil spills, not on-ship experts

The former leader of Guyana’s Environmental Protection Agency is criticizing the government's plan to use satellites to monitor oil spills in the...

Energy Sec. Granholm brings clean energy gospel to CES show

Spearheading the U.S. Department of Energy's first-ever appearance at the CES tech show was the boss herself

Clean energy gains a foothold in India, but coal still rules

For six years, farmer Pravinbhai Parmar in west India has been using solar power for irrigation

VP Harris touts Arizona-California power transmission line

Vice President Kamala Harris and two cabinet secretaries celebrated the start of construction of a new high-capacity power transmission line...

Burning Man latest foe of 'green energy' project in Nevada

Organizers of the Burning Man counterculture celebration have become the latest plaintiffs challenging one of the growing number of “green energy”...

UAE names oil company chief to lead UN COP28 climate talks

The United Arab Emirates has named a veteran technocrat who both leads Abu Dhabi’s state-run oil company and oversees its renewable energy efforts...

Korean firm plans $2.5B in new solar panel plants in Georgia

A South Korean solar panel maker says it will invest more than $2.5 billion in two Georgia factories

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