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From Amazon to Etsy, tech giants fight Trump’s plan to save coal

Selling custom nose rings, crocheted bunnies and hand-carved Santas is energy-intensive stuff.


Tesla's big battery races to keep South Australia's lights on

One year after the state of South Australia suffered a major blackout, the clock has started ticking for Tesla Inc to finish building the world's biggest battery to help keep the lights on in Australia's most wind-dependent state.


Musk call with Turnbull sparks battery debate in Australia

Elon Musk’s brave bet to fix Australia’s energy crisis – or hand the money back –landed the tech entrepreneur an hour-long phone call with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull


Britain plans billion-pound boost for electric cars as part of climate change plan

Britain will spend one billion pounds (RM5.54bil) to promote electric and other low-emission vehicles, and step up spending on research and innovation, as part of plans to invest £2.5bil (RM13.86bil) by 2021 to help meet its climate change targets.


Data app pushes Chinese factories to cut pollution

When environmentalist Ma Jun set out to tackle pollution from Chinese industries, it seemed a near-impossible task.


As Bitcoin prices fall, mining crypto is no longer profitable for many

Bitcoin prices fell nearly 30% over the past week, hitting a 13-month low of about US$4,500 (RM18,800).


With an insatiable demand for datacentres, some are worried Illinois can’t keep up

Entering the datacentre that occupies the former Chicago Sun-Times' printing facility is like walking through the set of a James Bond film.


Big tech is buying more clean energy than ever in the Trump era

Companies, led by tech giants such as Apple Inc and Facebook Inc, are snapping up more clean energy than ever, even as shifting environmental policies from the United States to Europe threaten the economics of renewable energy.


Musk beats deadline for building world's biggest battery

Entrepreneur Elon Musk has won a US$50mil (RM205.9mil) bet by beating a 100-day deadline for building a giant battery to help South Australia avoid energy blackouts.