Daily Archives: August 28, 2018

ANU pumped hydro research team head Eureka Prize winners for 2018

By Australian Museum Game-changing discoveries, medical breakthroughs, systems for sustainability, revolutionary inventions, inspiring leaders and schoolgirls – the winners announced tonight at the 2018 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, Australia’s leading science awards. The post ANU pumped hydro research team head Eureka Prize winners for 2018 appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more…

US renewables outshine nuclear, close gap on coal

By Joshua S Hill Renewables account for nearly a fifth of all domestic electrical generation in US, beating nuclear and not far short of coal. The post US renewables outshine nuclear, close gap on coal appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Pilot for grocery deliveries

The Kroger Co and Nuro today announced Scottsdale, Arizona as the city for their self-driving grocery delivery pilot. Through the new self-driving delivery vehicles, customers will receive their groceries at their curb – safely and quickly. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

40 Tesla Headlines On CNBC In 2 Days — 31 Negative, 2 Positive

By Zachary Shahan CleanTechnica is a somewhat narrowly focused news & analysis site. We primarily cover technology that helps to reduce pollution (cleantech). It should surprise no one to read that one of the biggest companies in this niche field is Tesla. Tesla now produces far more electric cars on a weekly basis than any…

50% Of Industrial Climate Change Emissions Tied To Fossil Fuel Companies

By Jake Richardson The Rocky Mountain Institute recently released a report titled Decarbonization Pathways for Mines: A Headlamp in the Darkness, in which it was stated that in 2015, half of worldwide industrial greenhouse gas emissions came from 50 companies working in fossil-fuel industries. Thomas Kirk and Jessie Lund from RMI answered some questions about…

Exxon Reportedly Eyeing Clean Energy Contracts

By [email protected] A recent report from Bloomberg suggests that ExxonMobil is looking to secure between 100 and 250 megawatts of delivered solar or wind power. Although investigations have reported that Exxon knew about climate change as far back as the 1970s, the U.S. major has been among the more hesitant fossil fuel companies to dip…

South Africa Drops Nuclear in Favour of Renewables

By Joshua S Hill The South African Department of Energy this week announced that the Cabinet has approved the draft updated Integrated Resources Plan (IRP 2018) which will see increased renewable energy generation in place of planned nuclear expansion. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Clean Technica

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