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Seaweed Generation's marine biologist Duncan Smallman at the company's workshop in Glasgow, Scotland. Robert Ormerod for NPR hide caption

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Tesla Motors plans to use a former Toyota-GM joint venture factory in California to build its Model S electric sedan. Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Electric Vehicle Companies Tap Silicon Valley Cash

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A power cable from a vehicle charging station is seen plugged into the side of a Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid in San Francisco.  Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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In Search Of Charging Stations For Electric Cars

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The Chevy Volt is a plug-in hybrid. Drivers can extend their range by tapping into a gas tank. Photo courtesy of GM hide caption

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Will Electric Cars Work For The Everyday Driver?

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This composite illustration shows what a proposed solar array built by Solargen Energy in the Panoche Valley would look like from ground level. Solargen Energy hide caption

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Salmon Ban Threatens California Fishermen

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