Republicans and Democrats Come Together for National Clean Energy Week
An American flag flies next to a new wind turbine Wiota, Iowa. Flickr / CC BY 2.0
These days, bipartisan collaboration sometimes seems impossible. But during National Clean Energy Week, Republicans and Democrats come together for meetings in Washington, D.C., and workshops across the country.
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