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States Work To Help Marijuana Industry Reduce Power Costs

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Solar cells sit in the sun at the Desert Sunlight Solar Farm in Desert Center, Calif. The people who run California's electric grid expect the solar power output to be cut roughly in half during the eclipse. Marcus Yam/LA Times via Getty Images hide caption

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California Prepares For An Eclipse Of Its Solar Power

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This June 13, 2014 file photo shows construction on a new nuclear reactor at Plant Vogtle power plant in Waynesboro, Ga. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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How The Dream Of America's 'Nuclear Renaissance' Fizzled

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Theobold Kawa, a 55-year-old pastor, stands outside of AEPL Makedonia church in Goma. He bought his suit in Uganda. "I'm dressing up like this because of the Glory of God," he says. "A servant of God shouldn't look dirty." Shayla Harris hide caption

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As Oil Prices Predicted To Remain Low, Energy Firms Seek Ways To Adapt

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Ed Coker is a job steward with Pipeliners Local Union 798. He's a third generation welder and a second generation member of the Pipeliners union. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Environmentalists Provoke Pipeline Workers To Speak Up

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In Somerset County, Pa., coal was once the economic backbone. But as technology advanced, mines around the country began laying off workers, replacing them with machinery. Laura Roman/NPR hide caption

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Living In Coal Country: Somerset County Residents On The Declining Economy

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Natural Gas Building Boom Fuels Climate Worries, Enrages Landowners

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Chinese Company Tries To Win Over Wyoming Wind Workers

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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 Oklahoma hide caption

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

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