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    1. Lockheed Martin Turns to Energy to Juice Growth

      Lockheed Martin Turns to Energy to Juice Growth

      The world's biggest defense contractor is showing more interest in the energy business than ever before. "Energy is certainly an area of growth for us," Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson told reporters at the corporation's media day outside Washington. "In a relative sense, it's not a large business for us, but it's a growing business for us. So, we'll continue to invest in that area."

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      Mentions: U.S. VA China
    2. Better batteries could revolutionize solar, wind power (good overview)

      Better batteries could revolutionize solar, wind power (good overview)

      Batteries are key. They can directly power electric cars and buses and, indirectly, homes and big buildings by storing solar and wind power for times when the sun doesn't shine and the wind doesn't blow. They balance out renewables that produce energy intermittently so consumers can power up laptops or run refrigerators 24/7.

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