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(Reuters) - President Joe Biden wants to expand the U.S. charging network for electric vehicles significantly, a key part of his agenda to curb greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector and combat climate change.
(Reuters) - The Biden administration has an ambitious $7.5 billion plan to expand electric vehicle charging to underserved areas, but it must first overcome a host of obstacles that have discouraged private investment in more equitable charging networks.
Streetlights – particularly those that use white light-emitting diodes (LEDs) – not only disrupt insect behavior but are also a culprit behind their declining numbers, a new study carried out in southern England showed.
An artificial intelligence company that counts some of the largest US utilities as its clients raised US$60mil (RM251.70mil) to help energy and infrastructure companies prevent fires, outages, explosions and worker accidents.
After the return of the Taliban in Afghanistan, accurate and verified information is becoming particularly difficult for locals to access. An application called Ehtesab aims to help citizens navigate the changing conditions and understand the potential dangers.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Energy is nearing a deal to purchase a supercomputer made with chips from Nvidia Corp and Advanced Micro Devices Inc as a key lab waits for a larger supercomputer from Intel Corp that has been delayed for months, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will seek input on whether digital customer engagement innovations used by financial firms should be governed by existing rules or may need new ones, commission chair Gary Gensler told Reuters.
Renewable energy, electric vehicles, smart farming – these are just some of the technologies being tapped into for a greener future.
The UK is turning to artificial intelligence to better predict when clouds affect its generation of solar energy, potentially helping to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels as a backup power source.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc has chosen 25 local independent journalists to be paid out of a $5 million pot to write for its newsletter site Bulletin through multiyear deals, the company told Reuters on Thursday.