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Today in EGEB, the Hornsea One offshore wind farm that will eventually become the world’s largest is ready to start supplying power. An Australian court rejects a coal mine based on climate concerns. An energy company and solar installer team up to promote thin-film panels for use on petroleum tanks. And an Illinois representative introduces legislation for carbon-free electricity in the state.
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