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Promoting Clean Energy Alternatives

Public Citizen promotes increased reliance on wind, solar, and advanced hydroelectric, and argues that it is technically and economically feasible for a diverse mix of existing renewable technologies to completely meet U.S. energy needs over the coming decades. These technologies can reliably generate as much energy as conventional fuels without significant carbon emissions, destructive mining, or the production of radioactive waste.

Find out what you can do individually, locally, and state-wide to deal with climate change and move towards renewable energy. Get information about the ability of renewable technologies to meet U.S. energy needs in the coming decades.

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Renewable Energy Is Capable of Meeting Our Energy Needs

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