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  • Is clean coal worth the costs?

  • Climate advocates feel a moment in history

    02:45
  • Train explosion, crash demonstrate dangers

    04:15
  • The 'dark lord of coal country' speaks

    06:26
  • Tea partier calls for ‘energy revolution’

    00:40
  • As Congress fails on climate (again), focus turns to executive options for Biden

    05:32
  • ‘Critical energy theory’: Right wing declares war on ‘woke’ climate policy

    06:26
  • “Energy 2.0”: Secretary Granholm on the future of clean infrastructure and green jobs

    07:21
  • The case for giving every American a free e-bike

    05:52
  • U.S. domestic politics undercut change for strong climate conference outcome: McKibben

    05:36
  • The infrastructure bill allows the U.S. to 'get in the game', says energy secretary

    08:06
  • Archive: Scientists consulted on massive Santa Barbara oil spill clean-up; locals outraged

    03:43
  • 'Dirty and dangerous': Another major spill exposes Big Oil's poor preparedness 

    06:09
  • 'It can't be a pinkie promise': Progressives not falling for games; insist on Biden agenda

    03:41
  • Ford to make huge electric car investment, challenging Washington to keep up

    04:15
  • Why this week in Congress is really, really going to matter

    10:56
  • White House Climate Adviser: ‘Sen. Manchin is not the enemy’

    06:46
  • Archive: President Carter makes solar push with White House example

    03:32
  • Oil lobbyist: Manchin, Sinema among ‘crucial’ senators for anti-climate effort

    02:53

‘Solar road’ opens in the Netherlands

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The world’s first road constructed entirely of solar cells opened in the Dutch town of Krommenie on Wednesday, paving the way for larger ‘solar roads’ capable of producing significant quantities of renewable energy.