Alexis McKittrick

In this undated image provided by Climeworks AG shows a geothermal power plant near Reykjavik, Iceland. The Iceland plant, called Orca, is the largest such facility in the world, capturing about 4,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. (Arni Saeberg/Climeworks AG via AP)

Yet another avenue for trying to make federal buildings go green

One of the initiatives from the Energy Department to try and make that happen is a $6 million award to certain national laboratories to expand the use…

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