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Tax breaks aimed at rewarding homegrown goods also benefit foreign companies that assemble their green energy products on American soil.
Sierra Club urges colleges to find another way to generate electricity.
Underground coal gasification is being explored as a way to slash energy costs and increase environmental and human safety.
Host of Future Earth: Our Addiction to Power says documentary raises important questions.
A recent report faulted the program for not verifying product claims.
Some European countries are generating green and cheap energy through waste-to-energy power plants placed in the communities they serve.
Cape Wind would be the United States' first offshore wind farm.
Massey Energy's mining accident casts a spotlight on CEO Don L. Blankenship and his opposition to safety regulations, snooping journalists and 'greeniacs' who want to take over the world.
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The Ocean State embarks on a massive study to develop off-shore wind farms, outpacing rival Massachusetts.
Video: Author Jeff Goodell discusses the West Virginia mine explosion that killed 25 people, and if the disaster could have been prevented if the owners had done more to fix 458 violations.
Video: MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan talks with T. Boone Pickens, CEO of BP Capital Management, and Erich Pica of the group Friends of the Earth to discuss whether President Obama's energy plan is rational in achieving energy independence.
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