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GM Promises To Eliminate Gas-Powered Vehicles By 2035

Automaker General Motors has pledged to stop selling fossil-fuel-powered cars and light trucks by 2035.
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The Future Of Carbon Neutral Jet Fuel Is Almost Here

A recent scientific breakthrough involves a process to create carbon-neutral jet fuel, but it does so by converting CO2.
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Teen Scientist Discovers A Low-Tech Way To Recycle Water

A 17-year-old has found ways to reuse greywater and help people cope with water shortages.
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End Of Diesel Looms As Automakers Speed To Electric Future

Demand for diesel cars has dropped after a 2015 pollution scandal, while tougher EU regulations on emissions limits are driving automakers to make more...
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Elon Musk’s Prize Fund For Carbon Capture Technology

Elon Musk has pledged $100 million as a prize for organizations that can come up with commercially-viable carbon capture technologies.
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Take A Look At The World’s First Hydrogen Battery

Australian energy company Lavo has presented a serious contender to Tesla’s Powerwall with a home battery storage system that uses hydrogen as a fuel.
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Panasonic Presents Cutting-Edge Cobalt-Free Batteries For New Electric Vehicles

Panasonic, a major battery supplier to Tesla, used this year’s virtual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to unveil its new lithium-ion cells that contain less...
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Oxford Scientists Created Carbon-Neutral Fuel Using CO2

A team of researchers at the University of Oxford has revealed a cost-effective and efficient process of producing jet fuel from carbon dioxide.
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Japan Plans Space Junk Solution Using Wood

Wood could become the solution to the mounting volume of space debris that NASA and other agencies are tracking.
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Biden Vows to Electrify U.S. Government Fleet

President Joe Biden has promised to replace the U.S. government’s 650,000-strong fleet with electric vehicles, reflecting the new administration’s commitment to clean energy.
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