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Apr
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U.S. Battery and Solar Factories Surged Last Year

Battery and solar factories are driving the build-out of domestic cleantech manufacturing in the United

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02
Apr
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How Carbon Dioxide Removal is Critical to a Net-Zero Future

Meeting the Paris Agreement temperature goals and avoiding the worst consequences of a warming world

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29
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With Energy Demand Surging, Utilities Fall Back on Their Old Standby: Fossil Fuels

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23
Mar
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Carbon Border Adjustment and Car Manufacturing Competitiveness

At the turn of this decade, the EU embarked on an ambitious Green Deal, aiming

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12
Mar
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Electromobility in the Middle of the Tug-Of-War between Globalization and De-Fossilization

Electromobility is one of the solutions to de-fossilize our planet, by reducing the carbon footprint of road transport, one of the main sources of anthropic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, of course providing electricity and batteries can be manufactured with a carbon footprint close to zero.

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05
Mar
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Gridlock: Visualizing the U.S. Clean Energy Backlog

The U.S. has almost 2 million megawatts (MW) of solar, wind, and storage capacity on hold in interconnection queues, seeking connection to the electrical grid. However, the lack of transmission infrastructure, in addition to a lengthy permitting process, has resulted in a bottleneck of clean energy projects awaiting approval before they can be plugged into the grid.

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