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Tesla’s profitable cars, cheap LEDs, half-price nuclear, and cheaper carbon capture are highlights of this year’s progress in clean energy.
The IPCC says we can emit a trillion tons of carbon and still avoid major warming. We’ll emit much more.
To meet emissions goals, the U.K. is reluctantly turning to fracking of shale gas.
An International Energy Agency report calls for more research, carbon price, to help renewables compete.
Small reactors have some benefits, but they won’t make nuclear as cheap as natural gas.
A new look at climate change implies that we’ll need energy breakthroughs as soon as possible.
Japan is desperately trying to replace its nuclear-power capacity with renewables. It still has a long way to go.