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Batteries

When Toyota announced its plan in April of 2021 to introduce a full line-up of 70 electrified vehicles by 2025, with 15 BEVs, including...

Air Quality

CHICAGO, Aug. 22, 2022 — Studies have shown that pollution, whether from factories or traffic-snarled roads, disproportionately affects communities where economically disadvantaged people and...

Clean Power

Europe plans to move forward with research into the feasibility of space-based solar power to supply clean energy to the region.

Cars

Tesla Mosaic, which contains thousands of photos, images, and sketches, is now traveling towards an unknown destiny in space. Tesla not only sent this...

Cleantech News

NASA took its Artemis Accords to Saudi Arabia last week and secured a promise to collaborate on missions to the Moon, and beyond.

Aviation

Making more moves in the electric aviation arena, electric propulsion company Evolito has acquired aerospace battery company Electroflight. Perhaps the most interesting part of...

Clean Power

A recent story at Wired shows us a particularly frightening reason we should look into making our own electricity at home: coronal mass ejections...

Climate Change

A formidable space tourism industry may have a greater climate effect than the aviation industry and undo repair to the protective ozone layer if...

Climate Change

Researchers at MIT are investigating a way to cool our planet by inserting a curtain of Space Bubbles between the Earth and the sun.

Policy & Politics

This is a story I hoped I would never have to write. Elon Musk and Tesla have been very popular topics on CleanTechnica. Readers...

Clean Power

Is beaming energy from space the next new thing?

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