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By Byron Meinerth Over the past couple of years, the most exciting developments in EV production and sales have generally happened in North America and...

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Originally published on Gas2. By Zachary Coffey A few years back, Roosegaarde and the infrastructure management group Heijmans entered the Smart Highway concept into...

Batteries

Originally published on Renew Economy.  Can electricity generation companies live off two hours of demand a day? And what if utilities actually tried to...

Clean Power

Water purification plants around the globe typically are built near a power plant and population centers because of high energy needs for reverse osmosis...

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Electric vehicle sales are surging in South Korea, largely thanks to a number of relatively new subsidies, according to the most recent figures. The...

Clean Power

Originally published on EnergyPost. By Karel Beckman NEC Corporation has announced the commissioning of an Energy Storage System (ESS) for Enel Group subsidiary Enel Distribuzione,...

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I run down probably one or two hundred press releases a day (in addition to hundreds of articles published across the web). But I...

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By Ben Holland This post is the first in a series of profiles on innovative programs advancing the future of electric mobility. These programs and others...

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Originally published on Gas2. By Zachary Coffey What do Canadian craft brews, classic American cars, and green energy have in common? Steam Whistle Brewing,...

Batteries

Originally published on the ECOreport. SolarCity spokesperson Will Craven said that about 500 of their California customers have agreed to install batteries for power...

Clean Transport

Present-day Turkey is at a midpoint for change in many directions. Being a cultural intersection (with stirring Turkish politics), Turkey is energized and is...

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