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EPA Changes Will Affect Car Industry Plus Economy More Than California

California is getting ready for a fight. For as NPR reports: Trump Vs California President Trump said his administration is revoking a waiver that allowed California to set its own standards for automobile emissions — a move that could derail a years-long push to produce more fuel efficient cars. In aContinue Reading

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Win a Pure Organic Certified Complex Haircare Bundle Valued at A$123

Our latest giveaway gives one lucky winner hair salon vibes in the comfort of your own home. We’re giving away a Pure Haircare Bundle valued at A$123 that includes: Precious Ends Leave-In Treatment 150ml RRP $31.95Curly Girly Define Shape/D-Frizz (Moisturising Curl Primer) 200ml RRP $31.45Styling Primer (Anti-Humidity Heat Protection) 200ml RRP $29.95Sacred Mask (Intense Restorative…

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Siemens Gamesa’s 170m rotor onshore turbine to debut in Sweden

The first deployment of the wind turbine with the largest rotor in the onshore industry is to be in Sweden. Siemens Gamesa has won an order for eight of its the 5.8-170 turbines from Danish developer Eurowind Energy for the 46 MW Knöstad project near Karlstad in Sweden. The turbine is capable of capturing more…

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WindEurope warns Covid-19 mustn’t stop all wind turbine component output

The sector group argues essential equipment must still be produced or the global wind energy supply chain will grind to a halt

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Epicentro Movie Review — Cuba’s Cleantech Revolution, Propaganda, & Reasons The Poor Stay Poor

The Sundance Film Festival is one of the world’s premier film festivals, drawing thousands of people from all over the world to jam into theaters ranging in size from school gymnasiums to quaint and cozy theaters in downtown Park City with a few dozen seats. Standing in tightly packed lines and jamming into theaters seems [&hellip

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As energy stocks tumble, these names have best chance of survival

The crude oil crush has taken down energy stocks, but there may be some survivors.

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BYD Blade battery for upcoming Han electric sedan keeps cool, aims for safety

BYD Han EVChinese automaker BYD has revealed a new battery pack, to be used in its upcoming flagship sedan. BYD claims the new battery pack, dubbed “Blade” will be a significant step forward in safety. The battery pack did not overheat or catch fire during nail penetration tests, according to BYD. In the same test, the automaker said other designs either…

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Weighing in on the origin of heavy elements

Nuclear physicists conducted a physics experiment that utilizes novel techniques to study the nature and origin of heavy elements in the universe.

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Aptera’s hyper-efficient, solar-charged car: Does $2 gas change its appeal?

Design for new Aptera electric car, Aug 2019Is it a good idea to market an efficiency-focused car around oil dependence when national-average gas prices are headed toward $2.00 a gallon? A video recently last Tuesday by Aptera takes exactly that angle—introducing the company’s electric three-wheeler in light of international conflict and climate change, as related to the oil…

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BNEF’s ‘Hydrogen Economy Outlook’ says stronger policies needed for hydrogen to succeed

The falling cost of making hydrogen from wind and solar power offers a promising route to cutting emissions in some of the most fossil-fuel dependent sectors of the economy, such as steel, heavy-duty vehicles, shipping and cement. A new report, Hydrogen Economy Outlook, from research firm BloombergNEF (BNEF), finds that clean hydrogen could be deployed…

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