Chinese Company Tries To Win Over Wyoming Wind Workers

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Reading, Writing And Fracking? What The Oil Industry Teaches Oklahoma Students

Teachers gathered at Choctaw High School for a workshop by the Oklahoma Energy Resource Board, where they were taught pro-energy science lessons to bring back to their students.Joe Wertz/StateImpact Oklahomahide caption

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Reading, Writing And Fracking? What The Oil Industry Teaches Oklahoma Students

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As First Model 3 Rolls Off The Line, Can Tesla Sustain Momentum?

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk speaks at the unveiling of the Model 3 in Hawthorne, Calif., on March 31, 2016. The first Model 3 is due to roll off the assembly line Friday.Justin Pritchard/APhide caption

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As First Model 3 Rolls Off The Line, Can Tesla Sustain Momentum?

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It's Not Easy, But Aspen Moves Toward 100 Percent Renewable Energy

In 2015 Aspen, Colo., reached 100 percent renewable energy powering of its electric utility. "Getting the last 25 percent was a huge challenge for us," says Aspen Mayor Steve Skadron.Grace Hood/Colorado Public Radiohide caption

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It's Not Easy, But Aspen Moves Toward 100 Percent Renewable Energy

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U.S. Air Pollution Still Kills Thousands Every Year, Study Concludes

A comprehensive study of air pollution in the U.S. finds it still kills thousands a year, and disproportionately affects poor people and minorities.Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Imageshide caption

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U.S. Air Pollution Still Kills Thousands Every Year, Study Concludes

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People Of Coal-Rich Northern Cheyenne Torn Between Jobs And Sacred Culture

Diana McLean says coal would be good for the North Cheyenne Tribe. "We've been in the same situation for the last 50 years. And it hasn't changed. It hasn't improved."Shane Thomas McMillan for NPRhide caption

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People Of Coal-Rich Northern Cheyenne Torn Between Jobs And Sacred Culture

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The Rise Of Wind Energy Raises Questions About Its Reliability

Jayme Orrack oversees Xcel Energy's new wind farm in Courtenay, N.D. The wind farm started generating electricity late last year with 100 turbines that collectively generate 200 megawatts of electricity.Amy Sisk/Prairie Public Broadcastinghide caption

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The Rise Of Wind Energy Raises Questions About Its Reliability

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What To Know About Saudi Arabia's New Crown Prince And The Issues He Will Face

A billboard in Taif, Saudi Arabia, shows King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud (center) flanked by his 31-year-old son, Mohammed bin Salman (right), and Prince Mohammed bin Nayef. The king appointed his son as his successor and first in line to the throne, stripping Nayef of the title of crown prince and ousting him from his powerful position of interior minister.Amr Nabil/APhide caption

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What To Know About Saudi Arabia's New Crown Prince And The Issues He Will Face

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Judge Delivers Blow To Trump Administration In Dakota Access Fight

Native Americans and their supporters protest in March outside of the White House against the construction of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline.Jose Luis Magana/APhide caption

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Coal Towns Face An Uncertain Future. What Is The Country Obliged To Do?

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Town That Helped Power Northwest Feels Left Behind In Shift Away From Coal

The Colstrip Generating Station near Colstrip, Mont., is the second-largest coal-fired power plant in the West. Two of its four units are scheduled to close by 2022, if not sooner.Nathan Rott/NPRhide caption

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Town That Helped Power Northwest Feels Left Behind In Shift Away From Coal

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Solar Firms Plan To Return To Nevada After New Law Restores Incentives

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval plans to sign a bill will let homeowners with solar panels sell excess electricity to their utility at retail rates, his office says.Drew Angerer/Getty Imageshide caption

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Texans React To Trump's Decision To Pull Out Of Paris Climate Accord

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Energy Economist Says Paris Accord Withdraw Doesn't Mean Much For U.S. Energy

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Barbershop: President Trump's Paris Accord Decision And Kathy Griffin

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