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Robert Allan, a naval engineering firm best known for its specialty-use boats, like tug and barge transportation, has unveiled a new all-electric pilot boat to ferry pilots to their boats emission free.
Every five weeks, 9,500 brand new electric buses take to the roads in China. That’s the equivalent of the entire London bus fleet, says a new report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Low on battery? This road charges electric vehicles as they drive.
Scientists have developed a water-based battery that can store power generated by wind and solar energy. The battery could solve issues with storing renewable energy, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, and it will be cheap.
How can you create public transport in the jungle without polluting it? The isolated Achuar peoples of Ecuador have created an ingenious solution.
Technology’s disruption in the world of oil and gas has been most pronounced in recent years as companies learn how to operate with fewer people, though production still surges.
Kristine Babick knows precisely how much work Washington, D.C. has to do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It’s her job to know, as an analyst with D.C.’s soon-to-launch green bank.
The road to China’s autonomous-driving future is paved with solar panels, mapping sensors and electric-battery rechargers as the nation tests an “intelligent highway” that could speed the transformation of the global transportation industry.
As solar power booms, businesses are exploring ways to ensure valuable components don’t end up in landfills. Since the early 2000s, the amount of solar panels being installed worldwide has been growing exponentially, and it’s expected to continue to do so for decades.
Thermal power plants in areas that lack water are vulnerable to power disruptions due to drought and competition amongst water users. As the world’s demand for water and power increase, what can be done to solve this growing concern?