7 Unique Places to Stay in Europe When You Can Reconnect with Nature

Whether you’re living the life of a perpetual traveller and need to get off the beaten track to untouched wilderness or just looking to be surrounded by nature to destress from the gruelling work week, we’ve found the travel resource for you: Nature.house. Nature-loving brothers Tim and Luuk Van Oerle spent their childhood fishing, bird watching,…

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Accelerating chemical reactions without direct contact with a catalyst

Researchers demonstrate a chemical reaction produced through an intermediary created by a separate chemical reaction, findings that could impact environmental remediation and fuel production.

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Cramer sees oil stocks in the ‘death knell phase,’ says they are the new tobacco

CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday that he’s done with fossil fuel stocks because young investor’s concerns about climate change are holding them down.

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Chevron posts $6.6 billion loss in the fourth quarter

Chevron said the loss was driven by $10.4 billion in write-offs related to its shale gas production, primarily in Appalachia.

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Xcel on track to outstrip Buffett with ‘most utility wind in Western Hemisphere’

With almost 2GW more due online, Minneapolis-based group is likely to regain the lead in turbine deployment

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Safe potassium-ion batteries

Scientists have developed a nonflammable electrolyte for potassium and potassium-ion batteries, for applications in next-generation energy-storage systems beyond lithium technology. Scientists explain that the novel electrolyte based on an organic phosphate makes the batteries safer and also allows for operation at reduced concentrations, which is a necessary condition for large-scale applications.

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BYD has made more electric buses in the US than anyone else—and it hasn’t given up on cars

Anheuser-Busch BYD electric delivery truckAs a number of larger truck and bus players have been cautiously treading into the electric sector, an electric-vehicle heavyweight that’s relatively unknown in the U.S. has made a big difference in the number of electric trucks and buses here. China’s BYD earlier this month announced its 100th battery-electric truck in the…

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The buzz: state pollinator-friendly solar initiatives

Increasingly, states are promoting pollinator-friendly solar through legislative initiatives.

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Duke Energy’s largest solar project in Texas online

by Nicholas Nhede US utility Duke Energy Renewables has announced the start of operations of largest solar energy project in Texas. The 100MW solar energy plant has been set live in December 2019 and is the first large-scale solar project in Andrews County. The project has comprises 340,000 solar panels installed on 800 acres of land and has employed 240…

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DTECH tech tour: CPS Energy solar and energy storage research site

In a way, CPS Energy is embracing the future while also admitting uncertainty over what it might hold. Solar and energy storage are certainly all the rage in power generation and yet they both contain major challenges. So San Antonio-based CPS Energy decided that owning its own renewable assets would be a great lesson to…

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