energy

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Putin’s war sabotages Russia’s energy future

Learn how the Kremlin's war against Ukraine is driving global economic changes that are harming Russia's energy outlook.
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What is the International Atomic Energy Agency?

Learn more about the global agency that promotes safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear technologies around the world.
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U.S. solar farms harvest clean energy — and jobs

The largest solar farm in the United States will begin construction soon in Indiana. Learn more about large-scale solar facilities here.
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Bringing clean and affordable energy to South Asia

The U.S. is working with nations in South Asia to develop more clean energy sources that expand access and reduce pollution.
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U.S. guarantees Europe’s energy security [video]

As Europe enters a new era of energy diversification, the United States continues to work with European partners to ensure access to energy.
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U.S. seeks to be Africa’s partner of choice

A U.S. government initiative is helping connect U.S. and African companies. See how the investment is driving development on the second-largest continent.
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Piping affordable energy to Egypt from Israel

Insured by a U.S. government agency, a Texas company is helping to refurbish a natural gas pipeline that will boost Egypt's economy and bring new jobs.
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U.S. initiative strengthens economic growth in the Americas

Learn more about the U.S. government's plan to bring jobs and economic growth to North, Central and South America through energy and infrastructure.
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U.S. produces more energy. Two words explain how. [infographic]

Through relentless innovation, the United States has gone from depending on foreign fuel to being a net exporter of oil and other petroleum products.