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Renewable energy is Biden's big challenge

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President Joe Biden made tackling climate change and moving America away from fossil fuels a large part of his election manifesto. This year at the United Nations Climate Change Conference Biden made big promises. Is Biden on track to meet those goals of weaning the U.S. off fossil fuels? 

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