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Steam rises from Exelon Corp.'s nuclear plant in Byron, Ill. Companies that generate electric power with anything other than coal are likely to benefit from new proposed limits on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. (AP Photo/Robert Ray, File)
Steam rises from Exelon Corp.'s nuclear plant in Byron, Ill. Companies that generate electric power with anything other than coal are likely to benefit from new proposed limits on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. (AP Photo/Robert Ray, File)
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Obama Carbon Rule: Surprise Winners, Losers

NEW YORK (AP) -- Companies that generate electric power with anything other than coal - and companies that produce cleaner fuels or efficiency technologies - are likely to benefit from the Obama Administration's new proposed limits on carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.

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Henglein and Steets, Getty Images
Henglein and Steets, Getty Images
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NJ Falls Behind In Energy Efficiency Rankings [AUDIO]

A new study of the most energy efficient states in the Northeast shows New Jersey, an early leader, has now fallen behind.

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Peter Cade, Getty Images
Peter Cade, Getty Images
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Chris Christie Vetoes Clean Energy Bill Again

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed legislation again that would have kept the state in a multistate clean air program.

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Flickr User Pwbaker
Flickr User Pwbaker
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Emissions Down, Economic Growth Up in Northeast [AUDIO]

New Jersey, and other states in the Northeast, are leading the way when it comes to clean energy policies.

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Alexandra Beier, Getty Images
Alexandra Beier, Getty Images
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NJ Businesses Partner To Grow Clean Energy Economy [AUDIO]

Over a hundred New Jersey businesses are partnering to grow and expand the state's clean energy economy. 

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