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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Britain-based tech company OneWeb sent 36 satellites into orbit on Thursday, a landmark launch it said would pave the way for it to begin rolling out a commercial internet service in swathes of the northern hemisphere this year.
Electric car battery "gigafactories" needed to secure the UK's automotive sector's future and the transition to greener energy, says its motor manufacturers association.
Scientists from NASA and a half-dozen universities from Boston to California aim to create computer models that can be used with satellite data to let countries around the world learn which parts of their dwindling deltas can be shored up and which are past hope.
(Reuters) - Britain's automotive industry called for a binding target for the country to achieve 60 gigawatt hours (GWh) of battery capacity by 2030 or risk losing tens of thousands of jobs.
With summer heat frizzling already frazzled power grids, the California Independent System Operator, which handles the state’s grid and wholesale energy market, took a drastic step June 16: it asked electric vehicle owners to charge before 5pm or after 10pm.
Following their split, Bill and Melinda French Gates' foundations have become increasingly divergent including on the causes and startups they support.
Volkswagen to stop producing cars with internal combustion engines by 2035, with plans to make its entire fleet CO2 neutral by 2050.
General Motors is hitting the accelerator on its drive towards electric autos, significantly boosting its near-term investments as it unveils new models and builds production capacity.
MacKenzie Scott, the billionaire philanthropist and Jeff Bezos’s ex-wife, has given US$2.7bil (RM11.11bil) to a variety of charities, she wrote in a blog post Tuesday, bringing her total donations since her first giving spree in July 2020 to US$8.5bil (RM34.97bil).
Americans are curious about electric trucks, but low cost, durability come first - Reuters/Ipsos poll
(Reuters) - While most Americans expect electric vehicles eventually to dominate the nation's roadways, many have greeted the first battery-powered models with skepticism, expressing concerns about the potential costs and inconveniences of owning such vehicles, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed.