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Renewable Energy

Electric cooperative Golden Valley Electric Association is planning to retire one of two coal power plants and replace it with a large-scale wind farm. The coal plant will be closed by the end of 2024.
The Wisconsin district's administrators gathered Monday with elected officials and other leaders of the solar installment project, which includes 292 roof panels to generate 20 percent of the school's energy needs.
Humboldt County, Calif.'s Redwood Coast Airport and the Coast Guard station now have a renewable energy microgrid to sustain operations in case of a power outage. The microgrid is the first of its kind in the state.
Officials in the state have designs on growing the off-shore wind energy industry. The city of Salem will get a $45 million cut to transform empty land into a wind turbine marshalling yard.
A new $80 million Innovation Campus in Brawley, Calif., will be part of broader efforts to create a highly skilled local workforce to meet a growing demand for lithium, a key component in rechargeable batteries.
In 2024, California Institute of Technology in Pasadena will open the Resnick Sustainability Center that will provide equipment and resources for fields such as solar science, climate science, energy and biofuels.
From becoming carbon-neutral to having net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, 21 states are making the legislative push toward cleaner energy production. But these efforts are not without substantial challenges.
The U.S. Department of Labor gave funding to Old Colony Young Men’s Christian Association, Inc., and Community Teamwork, Inc., for apprenticeships and other career pathways to tech industries such as clean energy.
A $59 million program unveiled by Gov. Kathy Hochul will assess "high-need" public schools across the state and fund clean-energy technology, HVAC systems and other measures to improve air quality and energy efficiency.
A bulletin from the FBI, NSA, DHS and Energy Department warns that state-backed hackers are using special malware to attack organizations in the energy sector. The bulletin didn't mention Russia as a culprit.