Is The ExxonMobil Net-Zero Report & Announcement Another Greenwashing Campaign?

This week, ExxonMobil announced that it wants to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions for its operating assets by 2050 and shared details as to how it will achieve this goal. This sounds like a good thing on the surface, but is it really? Many are sharing their thoughts on Twitter, and I have some also, […]

Some Ways Cleantech Can Defend Democracy & Human Rights (Part 4)

This article is the second part of a 4-part series about how clean technology can help defend democracy and human rights. You can find Part 1 here. High Frequency (aka “Shortwave”) Radio Is A Great Workaround The only thing this really leaves is high frequency radio, commonly called HF or shortwave. Between about 1-30 MHz, […]

Some Ways Cleantech Can Defend Democracy & Human Rights (Part 2)

This article is the second part of a 4-part series about how clean technology can help defend democracy and human rights. You can find Part 1 here. Clean Technologies Can Cut Authoritarian Regimes’ Funding Another way clean technology can help in the fight for democracy is by denying authoritarians the funding they need to expand […]

Pumped Hydro Provides Vast Majority Of Energy Storage For Renewables

To cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in half within a decade, the Biden administration’s goal, the U.S. is going to need a lot more solar and wind power generation, and lots of cheap energy storage. Wind and solar power vary over the course of a day, so energy storage is essential to provide a continuous flow […]

Stellantis CEO Warns Of Dangers In EU Electric Car Policies

Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares says there are better ways to reduce vehicle emissions than mandating electric cars.

Tesla Autopilot — Driver Charged After Fatal Crash

The driver of a Tesla Model S has been charged with a felony after a crash in which two people died.

Toshiba Releases High Voltage 1500V Automotive Photorelay

- New device is suited for high voltage automotive batteries - ...

Climate Change Could Lead to Blackouts & Higher Power Costs on West Coast

Originally published by North Carolina State University. By Laura Oleniacz Two new studies led by a North Carolina State University researcher offer a preview of what electricity consumers on the West Coast could experience under two different future scenarios: one where excessive heat due to climate change strains power supplies, and one where the grid […]

Kioxia Advances Development of UFS Ver. 3.1 Embedded Flash Memory Devices With Quad-level-cell (QLC)...

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 19, 2022 Kioxia Corporation, a world leader in memory solutions, today announced...

Greening the Rust Belt: An Unexpected Link Between Manufacturing Jobs & Sustainability

Originally published by North Carolina State University. By Matt Shipman Recent research suggests that communities that have seen steep reductions in manufacturing jobs are less likely to adopt plans related to environmental sustainability, highlighting the role that economic transitions play in fostering sustainability efforts. The finding may seem counter-intuitive, as it suggests that one way to […]

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