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"… rich. The Sunshine State taps the sun for less than half a percent of its electricity while making two-thirds with natural gas — a fuel that Florida must pipe …"

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"… rich. The Sunshine State taps the sun for less than half a percent of its electricity while making two-thirds with natural gas — a fuel that Florida must pipe …"

"… a dozen years ago, when gas supplied less than 40 percent of the state’s electricity, then-Gov. Jeb Bush said utilities needed to stop depending so heavily on …"

"… ed their strategy. In fact, they’re doubling down on it. More gas-fired electricity generation is under construction or planned in this state than in all but …"

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"… he state by 2020, collectively would add 5,708 megawatts of capacity to an electricity grid already fueled 57 percent by gas. New York has a surplus of gas-gener …"

"… ble energy system.” His administration has vowed to double the amount of electricity generated by solar, wind and other renewable sources — to 50 percent, fr …"

"… lp trying to secure a contract with the Cuomo administration for it to buy electricity produced by the plant, to no avail. The case has yet to go to trial, cast …"

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"… chool board. Pennsylvania has long been a power-plant colossus, exporting electricity to other states because it makes more than it uses — historically with c …"

"… Investors Service warned in May. Customers will likely benefit from lower electricity bills, at least for a while. People who live near coal plants that close i …"

"… g the worst consequences of climate change, “no new investment in fossil electricity infrastructure (without carbon capture) is feasible from 2017 at the lates …"

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"… city limits without basic infrastructure such as water and sewage systems, electricity and paved roads. A News21 analysis of census data indicates that across t …"

"… to arrive in another colonia in the U.S. As in Mexico, the colonia had no electricity, no paved roads, no sewage and no drinking water. “And that’s when I …"

"… f the colonias in San Elizario now have tap water, sewage, paved roads and electricity, a feat she thinks would have been slower if left up to government officia …"

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"… value the utility company provides. “I don't hate them. They give me my electricity, I thank them for that,” she said. “They keep my room cool, keep us wa …"

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"… ire complicated applications. “The average person looks at (water) like electricity,” said Alan Roberson, executive director of the Association of State Dri …"

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"… vels no later than 2050. That’s all emissions from all sources, not just electricity and heating. And it’s 33 years from now, less than the lifetime of a pip …"

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"… nt is one of Alabama Power’s coal-burning workhorses, putting out enough electricity to power about a million homes. It virtually never stops running – and n …"

"… ressured by low natural gas prices, coal lost its spot as the top fuel for electricity generation in 2016, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administratio …"

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"… o combat climate change, such as requiring the state to get a third of its electricity from renewable sources and offering rebates for electric cars to juice the …"

"… us ones: within the next 15 years, he said, California should get half its electricity from renewable sources, double the energy-efficiency of existing buildings …"

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"… ober to force a decision. Indiana uses coal to make three-quarters of its electricity, and Gov. Mike Pence — the vice president-elect — has fought federal e …"

"… s an economic issue, saying coal employs Hoosiers and makes the lower-cost electricity the state’s manufacturers rely on. Health and environmental advocates a …"

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"… eping prices down. “Society said it did not matter if you could pay for electricity — we wanted everyone to have it. Society said we would not limit di …"

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"… ks and respiratory illnesses, such as asthma. So yes, the average cost for electricity is a bit cheaper in Indiana than in Ohio — 11.33 cents per kilowatt hour …"

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"… ed elsewhere because the plants make more than 40 percent of the state’s electricity in an area with just 6 percent of its people. They also make a disproport …"

"… er jobs and has historically provided Indiana’s economy with competitive electricity prices,” the spokeswoman, Kara Brooks, said by email. “Unfortunately, …"

"… mail. “Unfortunately, President Obama’s Clean Power Plan will drive up electricity prices, threaten electricity reliability, and put coal miners out of work. …"

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"… enduring misery is coal ash, an often-toxic byproduct of burning coal for electricity. Clouds of it, swirling like tornadoes at times, descend upon people while …"

"… bout the costs of stringent environmental regulation — lost jobs, higher electricity bills. And they played down the hazards of coal ash. But as evidence of th …"

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"…  The Internet is becoming a utility that is as much of a necessity as electricity, and that means the federal government may have to regulate it as one, he …"

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"… lowed. The central and state governments have responded brutally. They cut electricity to the most restless districts around the plant in 2011 and 2012, and poli …"

"… s later, choking smoke clogged the control room, triggering panic, and the electricity failed. The reactor failed to shut down automatically, and when an enginee …"

"… g oil, and flames chewed through four unshielded power cables, cutting off electricity, triggering the blackout. The electric cables were supposed to have been c …"

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"… re are large areas of Native American reservations where there isn’t any electricity, much less access to the Internet.” For such communities, he said, in-p …"

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"… secretary general of whatever committee had anything to do with energy and electricity.” Kono says that when he himself raised objections to nuclear policies d …"

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"… actors could one day be routinely “recycled” or burned as fuel to make electricity instead of being buried underground. After spending tens of billions of d …"

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"… ergy Department in South Carolina to transform Cold War-era plutonium into electricity will not be operated as planned, the department announced on March 4, maki …"

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"… ncy is now weighing how to regulate coal ash, waste from the production of electricity. One of the nation’s largest refuse streams at 136 million tons a year, …"

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"… cy is weighing how to regulate coal ash, waste from the production of electricity. One of the nation’s largest refuse streams at 136 million tons a year, …"

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"… 0-plus Kentucky residents, and provides nearly 92 percent of the state’s electricity. “The Congressman believes that eliminating coal-fired power plants will …"

"… EPA’s protracted rulemaking over coal ash, waste from the production of electricity. In 2010, the agency unveiled a plan to regulate coal ash disposal for the …"

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"… s, to serve as a battleground — in President Obama's plan to double U.S. electricity from wind, solar, and geothermal sources by 2020. To help ramp up that amo …"

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"… m from spent fuel for MOX adds about $750 million each year to the cost of electricity, according to a French study in 2000 cited by their article. Britain close …"

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"… als, plutonium, into commercial reactor fuel that can be burned to provide electricity for homes, schools and factories, essentially turning nuclear “swords in …"

"… technologies” that would lead to the recovery and reuse of plutonium for electricity production. A year later, the Energy Department dropped the plan to encas …"

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"… from the U.S. nuclear weapons arsenal into fuel for reactors that generate electricity, known as the Mixed-Oxide (MOX) fuel fabrication plant in Savannah River, …"

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