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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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Siemens Gamesa Invests in Renewables in Africa

Siemens Gamesa, a leader in wind power technology, has announced the construction of a new 59-megawatt wind farm in Djibouti, East Africa.
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Legacy Fuel Company Starts Producing Sustainable Biofuel For Aviation

Koch Project Solutions, a subsidiary of Koch Industries has teamed up with the Colorado-based biofuel company Gevo to expand sustainable aviation production in the...
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India Reinvents Green Technology Environment

With India being home to a large pool of tech-savvy young people, it’s no surprise that there is huge growth in the clean technology...
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CF Industries Commits To Clean Energy Economy

CF Industries Holdings, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of hydrogen and nitrogen products, announced significant steps towards a clean fuel economy.
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Electric Cars Hit Record 54% Market Share In Norway In 2020

Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) accounted for 54.3 percent of all new cars sold in Norway in 2020, which is a global record.
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Amazon Reveals Rivian Electric Delivery Van It Will Start Using In 2021

Amazon has premiered its Rivian electric delivery van that should hit the roads in 2021.
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Heavy-Duty Battery Recycling Pilot Unites Li-Cycle And New Flyer

New Flyer provided Li-Cycle with 45 end-of-life lithium-ion batteries, which will be processed into a so-called “black mass" which can be further processed and...
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Estonian Company Connects Forest Owners With Investment Funds

A new digital platform called Single.Earth has secured millions of dollars to support its concept of finding investments to pay landowners to protect wetlands...
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France Takes Steps To Divest Oil And Gas Investments

The French central bank has now announced that it will be reducing its exposure to fossil fuel investments a lot faster than previously announced.
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