This week on Energy Now: Daniel Goldstein investigates what power customers who sign up for "green power" from their utilities are actually getting. Despite paying a premium for it up front, they may not get what they believe they're buying.
Plugged-In brings you the goings-on in Washington as Congress returns for the lame duck session, a new report with new criticisms of BP management that led to the Gulf oil spill, and a settlement in one of the nation's oldest and largest oil contamination cases.
Our Mix Panel discusses the opportunities and challenges of carbon capture and storage -- a technology that reduces the carbon output of coal-fired power plants.
The Hot Zone tells you about new hope for bats and wind turbines to coexist.
And Lee Patrick Sullivan looks at how brands like Tesla, Smith and Think Automotive are trying to carve out a niche of their own for electric vehicles in the U.S. auto market.
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