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Manufacturing, transporting, and constructing the world’s largest wind turbine represents a unique challenge.
As the world’s biggest exporter of corn diverts more and more of its crop to make fuel, it’s sending less to the global marketplace.
Cheap natural gas means U.S. electricity producers are buying less coal. But the rest of the world is buying more.
Two sprawling solar power plants are complete. One produces electricity at night.
The solar-panel installer is replacing diesel engines in villages in India and other Asian countries.
Startup Aquion prepares to ramp up production of products for storing power in remote microgrids.
The Model X will help Tesla compete better with large automakers.
Robots designed to work safely alongside humans could change the way we think of manufacturing.
At its electric-car factory in Silicon Valley, Tesla obsesses over details like making its own high-tech tools. Photographs by John Stocklin
From e-books to 3-D printing, TR spotlights the technologies that are destroying markets and creating new ones.