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Tesla Motors Inc. has set an unrealistic goal for itself and will probably miss 2018 production forecasts by a whopping 66 percent, according to a report Wednesday by Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
The government of the Canadian province of Ontario plans to spend more than C$7 billion ($5.41 billion) over four years from 2017 in a bid to cut the province’s carbon footprint, the Globe and Mail reported on Monday.
Source: NY Times
A new study reports that recently established forests on abandoned farmland in Latin America, if allowed to grow for another 40 years, would probably be able to suck at least 31 billion tons of carbon dioxide out of the...
May 17, 2016 Energy’s Bright New Future: Think SmallSource: Fortune
Energy is transitioning from large, centralized, monolithic systems that take years to build, last for decades, and seem immune to innovation to smaller, distributed, networked systems that can be built in weeks or months and...
Source: NY Times
A governor wants to lead on green energy. The state’s utilities are nervously falling in line. Young entrepreneurs are buzzing, determined to be part of the generation that finally solves climate change.
Business Green - Analyst Bloomberg New Energy Finance said the bid from the planned 800MW solar farm was 15 per cent lower than the previous cost record set by a project in Mexico last month. The bid also means a solar project...
The New York City Council approved a bill on Thursday to require many merchants to charge 5 cents for each plastic or paper bag taken by consumers at checkout counters, and Mayor Bill de Blasio said he intended to sign it.
Tesla just took the most ambitious automotive production timeline since the Ford Model T, and moved it up two years.
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.
April 27, 2016 American Cars on Track to Double Fuel Efficiency
Scientific American - A growing number of vehicles are meeting or surpassing federal fuel economy standards, though improvements to cars outpace those to trucks, according to a new analysis by the Consumer Federation of America....
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