More than 70 million people in the Indian state of Bihar live with unreliable electricity, or none at all. Manoj Sinha's Husk Power Systems offers a solution.
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The plaintiffs want state regulators to require energy companies to show they would not harm human health or the environment before drilling.
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This is the eighth consecutive year Colorado College has released the Conservation in the West Poll.
Most imported solar modules will face an immediate tariff of 30 percent, with the rate declining before phasing out after four years.
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There’s new science on chronic wasting disease.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has started a major push to reorganize the agency and get thousands of employees out of Washington D.C.
The Associated Press followed U.S. ski and snowboard teams to a glacier in Europe, where they found snow to practice on before PyeongChang.
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KUNC reporter Luke Runyon, who covers the Colorado River basin and water issues in the American West, explains why.
Colorado regulators will discuss what, if any, revisions are needed to the rules. They could approve them as soon as today.