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China, Japan Adding Coal Plants While Rest of the World Moves...

Global coal capacity grew last year grew for the first time since 2015At the same time, coal plants retired at an accelerating...

Coronavirus Hammers U.S. Transit Systems, Long-Term Damage Feared Due to Strained...

COVID-19 slashed passenger numbers and revenue at the biggest U.S. public transportation systems as riders stay home.Transit authorities have responded with reduced...

Walkers Taking Over as Drivers Stay Home; Coronavirus May Signal Permanent...

Coronavirus is cutting car traffic, offering a peek into what would happen if more streets were closed to private vehicles.Some cities are...

Coronavirus Threatens to Wipe Out Expansion of Clean Energy Storage

Coronavirus is threatening to stall growth of electricity storage capacity. Projections of rapid growth in sector now in doubt and may damp enthusiasm...

Robot Invasion’s Surge Slowed in U.S. Last Year as Manufacturing Lagged

Robots are still coming — though their advance has lost a bit of steam. The number of robots installed...
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