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Invest in renewables: Congress should revive the production tax credit

As predictions about the effects of human-driven climate change grow more alarming, lawmakers ought to be expanding programs that support still-nascent clean-energy industries. One such program is the production tax credit, which has benefited wind-power producers and other renewable electricity industries since 1992. >>View Article 

Here Comes the Sun: America's Solar Boom, in Charts

Last week, an energy analyst at Deutsche Bank came to a startling conclusion: By 2016, solar power will be as cheap or cheaper than electricity from the conventional grid in every state except three. That's without any changes to existing policy. >>View Article 

Microsoft's New Biogas-Powered Plant

The dedication event of Microsoft’s zero-carbon, waste-to- energy-powered Data Plant on November 6 in Cheyenne marks an advancement in Wyoming’s position as a partner in innovation and advanced energy deployment. >>View Article 

Use the Web? Congrats, You're an Environmentalist.

As of now, the top three most widely used US search engines, by a considerable margin, are Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft's Bing. If you live in this country and you are actually online, there's well over a 90 percent chance that you use one of them, according to the web data company comScore. >>View Article 

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