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Alphabet Inc's Google (GOOGL.O) unit and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCHA.MI) (FCAU.N) have agreed to work together to build a fleet of 100 self-driving minivans in the most advanced collaboration to date between Silicon Valley...
Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s first-quarter profit beat analyst estimates as better-than-expected earnings from oil refining and chemicals production countered crude prices at a 12-year low.
WRI - Last December, 196 countries adopted the historic Paris Agreement on climate change, creating the first universal pact to put the world on a path towards a zero-carbon, resilient future. Since then, some concrete steps have...
Source: NY Times
The X Prize Foundation has created an incentive, a $20 million prize for teams that by 2020 come up with technologies to turn CO2 captured from smokestacks of coal- or gas-fired power plants into useful products.
Source: Business Insider
Energy is one of the largest and most profitable industries in the US, and it's imperative that companies in the competitive sector keep their employees happy to retain top talent.
Source: KPCC Radio
The two-story residence brims with state-of-the-art energy-saving technology: highly efficient heating and cooling systems, dense wall insulation, triple-paned windows, smog-gobbling roof tiles and “smart” appliances that spring...
Electric utilities should undergo stress tests to show how their business models are in line with limiting global warming, a global network of investors said on Friday.
Source: The Guardian
Former archbishop of Canterbury says the university should withdraw its £5.8bn fund from from oil, coal and gas on ethical and financial grounds
Source: Washington Post
President Nicolás Maduro will furlough the country's public employees — who account for a third of the labor force — for the bulk of the week, so they can sit through rolling blackouts at home rather than in the office.
The shift to cleaner energy in the U.S. is still going strong despite a decision by regulators to delay a controversial plan to curb power plant emissions.
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