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By Isabella Isaacs-Thomas
President Biden and the European Union on Friday announced new plans to enable Europe to become less dependent on Russian oil and gas. But for now, the Russian invasion has opened up much larger questions over our dependence on fossil…
By Miles O'Brien, Will Toubman, Murrey Jacobson, Courtney Norris
A scientist at the Cyprus Institute's Climate and Atmosphere Research Center said that although this "can't happen overnight," governments have to make the switch within the next two decades to avert potentially "irreversible effects" such as desertification.
By Menelaos Hadjicostis, Associated Press
An offshore wind project off Massachusetts that would create 800 megawatts of electricity, enough to power 400,000 homes, was approved by the federal government.
By Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday said the U.S. is falling behind China, the largest producer and exporter of solar panels, wind turbines, batteries and electric vehicles.
By Associated Press
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The Biden administration is ramping up efforts to sharply increase offshore wind energy along the East Coast.
By PBS NewsHour
There are more than a dozen offshore wind projects currently proposed off the U.S. East Coast, which together could power millions of homes. But the proposed projects must balance the need for renewable energy with concerns from and commercial ocean…
By Ivette Feliciano, Sam Weber
For decades, scientists have seen vast potential for offshore wind energy. Despite this, offshore wind in the U.S. barely exists, as projects have faced local opposition and concern about how they would affect ocean habitats and fisheries. But with a…
By Cathy Bussewitz, John Flesher, Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
The U.S. renewable energy industry is reeling from the new coronavirus pandemic, which has delayed construction, put thousands of skilled laborers out of work and sowed doubts about solar and wind projects on the drawing board.
By Mogomotsi Magome, Associated Press
South Africans have been outraged by rolling power cuts in the current mid-summer that also have worried investors.
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