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Through its Texas subsidiary Horizon Wind Energy, the giant Portuguese company EDP Renewables; the second largest wind company in the world, intends to almost...

Hydroelectric

We were pretty excited about Pelamis’ wave power plan in Portugal., but not every technology written about here pans out in the end. Pelamis’...

Clean Power

Hothouse flowers no more: floating offshore wind developers are taking aim at triple-digit megawatt territory now.

Clean Transport

New fast chargers are coming to Europe by mid-2024. Mobilize, a brand of Renault Group along with Renault dealerships, is launching Mobilize Fast Charge...

Cars

After over a year in the red, Europe was back in black in August, with a 3% growth rate. September confirmed the trend with...

Cars

What’s the longest you have driven in one go? How about in an electric car? Our team hit their record distance returning from the...

Clean Transport

(Readers be warned, this article contains some “tongue in cheek” lines) Last Tuesday, Oct. the 11th, Fastned published its 3rd quarter results. The slides...

Clean Transport

JUMIA (NYSE: JMIA), a leading pan-African e-commerce platform, has announced a partnership with California-based EV solutions provider BILITI Electric. The partnership will introduce electric...

Clean Power

Anytime anyone uses the term 'energy independence', correct them to 'strategic energy interdependence'.

Buildings

Wooden buildings could avoid 106 billion tons or carbon dioxide emissions between now and 2100, says a new study by the Potsdam Institute.

Cars

NIO is making plans to enter the US market with its NIO Houses, battery swapping stations, and electric cars.

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