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Wind energy has come a long way. Today it's more efficient and cheaper than ever. What do you think you know about wind energy that isn't true?
It only took a few years — and good planning — to make big oil producer Texas the leader in U.S. wind energy.
The worldwide mix of fuels used to generate electricity is shifting, with a greater reliance on renewable energy sources and natural gas.
Texas may be known for its oil and gas, but one city there plans to get nearly all of its electricity from renewables, such as wind and solar.
Homeowners and businesses that rely on solar panels and wind turbines have cheaper electric bills, thanks to a system called “net metering.”
By 2017, Google expects to power its massive data centers and offices with 100 percent renewable energy, everywhere in the world.
The cat is out of the bag: Renewable energy is the future. Thomas, the Energy Cat, tells us how all the sun and wind around us can power the planet.
What does grid parity have to do with climate change? Everything. As the cost of renewable energy drops, so does the dependence on traditional energy.