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This Award-Winning Device Can Massively Reduce Pollution From Car Tires

This Award-Winning Device Can Massively Reduce Pollution From Car Tires

The annual award scheme run by the James Dyson Foundation announced the UK national winners of 2020 edition on Thursday. The Tyre Collective will receive £2,000 in prize money to develop a tool that reduces…

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A Google Chrome Extension Removed Over 100 Tons Of Marine Plastics

A Google Chrome Extension Removed Over 100 Tons Of Marine Plastics

Ocean Cleanup Group (OCG) built a search engine that helps clean the ocean. Founded in December 2019, the non-profit organization is committed to saving the coasts and marine lives from plastic pollution. The extension works…

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Corporate America’s Clean Energy Contracts Drop Amid COVID

Corporate America’s Clean Energy Contracts Drop Amid COVID

It seems that corporate America is losing a bit of interest in investing in clean energy. Investments into clean energy fell 30% in the US so far in 2020, and new data shows the risk of leaving…

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How Electric Vehicles Could Influence The Road Signs Of The Future?

How Electric Vehicles Could Influence The Road Signs Of The Future?

For a long time, Tesla’s all-electric approach was like an itch that traditional automakers couldn’t scratch. Now, after it’s fourth consecutive profitable quarter, with its stock hovering around $1,600 per share, Tesla’s EV leadership stands at the vanguard of…

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Who’s Winning The Renewable Energy Battle In Botswana

Who’s Winning The Renewable Energy Battle In Botswana

Fans of the Nat Geo TV series Savage Kingdom are in for a treat, as Season 4 of the real-life wildlife drama set in northern Botswana unspools on Friday, August 14. Hey, that’s tonight! As it happens,…

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Daimler Is Paying The U.S. $2B To Settle Dieselgate

Daimler Is Paying The U.S. $2B To Settle Dieselgate

Daimler made a huge announcement yesterday that it will settle its diesel emissions cheating scandal with the United States for $2 billion and some change. There are two parts to the settlement/fines. First is $1.5 billion (~€1.27…

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How The Nuclear Industry Is Getting Past A Tough U.S. Power Market

How The Nuclear Industry Is Getting Past A Tough U.S. Power Market

Nuclear proponents are not ready to concede that nuclear power has been priced out of the U.S. electricity market, but they are increasingly looking at other uses for reactors and other places to sell them.…

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Will Covid-19 Hasten The Demise Of Fossil Fuels?

Will Covid-19 Hasten The Demise Of Fossil Fuels?

The fossil fuel industry has faced serious headwinds for several years, but the rise of renewables combined with the fall in consumption as a consequence of the global Covid-19 pandemic is pushing it over the…

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5 Key Clean Energy Projects That Barreled Through the Coronavirus Lockdowns

5 Key Clean Energy Projects That Barreled Through the Coronavirus Lockdowns

Fears that the outbreak would sideswipe the U.S. renewable energy market appear overblown so far, and the proof is in the projects. Fears that the coronavirus outbreak would sideswipe the U.S. clean energy market appear overblown…

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Fluence Launches Next-Generation Battery Storage Product With 800MW of Orders

Fluence Launches Next-Generation Battery Storage Product With 800MW of Orders

As storage deployments soar, integrators are updating their enclosures for cost-competitiveness and ease of delivery. Fluence is launching the sixth generation of its integrated grid storage product and has already signed orders for 800 megawatts/2,300…

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