“How Amsterdam’s canal boats are going electric – at a cost”

“The Prinses Irene, which once took Winston Churchill up the canals, is silent because it’s electric. All you hear is the swoosh of the water being churned up by the propeller. And there are no acrid diesel fumes… Read More

“In search of clean energy, investments in nuclear-fusion startups are heating up”

“For the last 25 years, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have been quietly creating and studying a piece of the sun, barely half a mile from the Charles River between Boston and Cambridge. Every so often,… Read More

“VW is planning a capacity of 100,000 electric cars per year for first plant to go electric”

“Legacy automakers are announcing and unveiling new electric vehicles at an impressive pace these days, but there isn’t as much talk about the production volumes of those upcoming EVs. Now VW says that it is planning a capacity… Read More

“Do Solar Panels Work? MIT Puts Dollar Amount on Pollution’s Economic Impact”

“In Delhi, India, “there’s never a day without pollution,” says Ian Marius Peters. By his calculations, it’s costing local solar energy users at least $20 million annually.” https://www.inverse.com/article/48492-desolarization-of-smog-wakka-wakka

“Wind power is getting more efficient”

“There, almost 1,500 old turbines were taken down in recent years. Only 82 new ones were installed in their place, but they produce about the same amount of electricity. Celeste Wanner is with the American Wind Energy Association…. Read More

“Dyson is converting an airfield into an electric car R&D hub with a massive test track”

“Dyson, best known for its vacuum, is moving forward with its multi-billion-dollar plan to launch several new electric vehicles. The company has now announced that it is converting an airfield into an electric car R&D hub with a… Read More

“Automated Emissions Reduction Technology Shapes The Future Of Electricity Consumption”

“Gavin McCormick is executive director of WattTime, the tech startup that first developed Automated Emissions Reduction (AER) technology. While a Ph.D. student in energy econometrics at UC Berkeley, Gavin invented the first algorithms capable of detecting marginal emission… Read More

“Facebook gets specific about its 100 percent renewables target”

“Seven years after it formally declared its intention to power its operations entirely with renewable energy, Facebook this week set a date to deliver that commitment just two short years from now. The declaration, accompanied by a new… Read More

“VW receives massive order of 1,600 all-electric trucks”

“VW has received what could very well be the largest order of all-electric trucks to date. Ambev, an important Brazilian brewery, has committed to electrify its delivery fleet and placed an order for 1,600 all-electric trucks with Volkswagen…. Read More

“How a Battery Breakthrough May Lead to Electric Cars That Charge in Seconds”

“An impediment to electric car adoption is the fact that they can take a long time to charge. That means for people to be able to actually use their cars to travel long distances (an understandable aspiration, to… Read More