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Average US price of gas drops 22 cents per gallon to $2.51

The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has plummeted 22 cents a gallon over the past three weeks, to $2.51

Climate talks pause as battle over key science report looms

A diplomatic standoff over a single word could set the stage for a bigger showdown during the second half of this year's U.N. climate summit

Panel to take closely watched vote on pipeline station

A normally low profile citizen panel that votes on air pollution permits is set to take a closely watched vote Monday on a key natural gas infrastructure project in a historically black community

State to review application for wind farm

Maine is reviewing an application to build a new wind farm in a proposal that critics warned could kill birds and bats

US to shut down Idaho nuclear waste processing project

Federal officials say they will shut down an Idaho nuclear waste treatment project because it's finishing work in Idaho and it's not feasible to bring in radioactive waste from other states to process

Protesters march as UN climate talks hit fossil fuel snag

Thousands of people from around the world marched through the southern Polish city that's hosting this year's U.N. climate talks, calling Saturday for governments to take tougher action on curbing global warming

Massachusetts extends electric vehicle rebate program

The state of Massachusetts is extending its electric vehicle rebate program through the middle of next year

Drivers in New Jersey, nation see year's lowest gas prices

Drivers in New Jersey and around the nation are benefiting from the lowest gas prices of the year

Landowners alongside Ohio pipeline file lawsuit against it

Several landowners along Ohio's NEXUS gas pipeline are suing the pipeline's owner and its construction company, saying the companies broke agreements

IMF approves $3.7 billion loan for oil-rich Angola

IMF approves $3.7 billion loan for oil-rich Angola as it seeks to diversify economy

Rural northern Wisconsin logs record-setting solar group buy

Group solar panel purchases are often arranged by municipalities, but in northern Wisconsin an all-volunteer citizens nonprofit group spearheaded a record-setting effort on its own

Minnesota prison program prepares inmates for solar jobs

A growing demand for clean energy employees led the Minnesota Department of Corrections earlier this year to offer a solar installation course to two classes of inmates prior to their release dates

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