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Smart tech propels Germany′s switch to renewables.

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California lawmakers extend program to cut emissions in bipartisan vote.

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Hydrogen could deliver one fifth of world carbon cuts by 2050: Industry group.

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U.S. wind concerns ease as Trump cabinet calls on Denmark to help boost offshore...

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Renewables grow to 17 percent of electricity mix as sector calls for certainty.

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A carmaker launches a foundation strictly backing oceans and climate resilience.

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Researchers found they could hack entire wind farms.

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