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Knee braces, backpacks, and other wearables can generate electricity from our motions.
At least one analyst thinks an easing of prices will be only a respite before things get really bad.
It may have been payback for a crackdown on the "charcoal mafia."
The $220 million federal program for low-income families reaped dividends in jobs and reduced energy bills.
Fund manager likes smaller companies that stay closer to home and don't rely on acquisitions for growth.
Heating assistance for low-income families may get renewed attention.
Senators take a don't-pay-as-you-go approach to energy tax breaks.
From oven lights to spotlights, there's a lot of worry about the coming phase-out.
The president's proposal is hailed as a "landmark" but faulted for being short on funding.
Will the grab for the easily accessible oil that's left be a "scramble" or a well-planned ride?