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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.
Thailand's state owned petrol giant PTT Pcl is going on a green spending spree, investing billions on electric-vehicle and renewable-energy companies and tilting its traditional businesses toward chemicals and plastics.
LONDON (Reuters) -British satellite operator Inmarsat said it would launch a major upgrade to its L-band services to offer faster speeds and smaller low-cost terminals for its air, land and sea customers, and open up new opportunities in the Internet of Things (IOT).
LONDON (Reuters) - A surge in markets that put a price on planet-warming emissions could make technology to capture and sequester carbon dioxide commercially viable after decades of false starts.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia plans to subsidise the purchase of domestically manufactured electric vehicles (EVs) to stimulate demand and production, the country's economy ministry said on Wednesday.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - TotalEnergies SE said on Wednesday it has agreed to buy Singapore's largest electric vehicle charging network from fellow French firm Bollore Group.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell and Renault are among those interested in taking a stake in electric vehicle (EV) charging group Ionity, two people familiar with the matter said.
Amid wave of US private sector hacks, feds face pressure to aid businesses on cybersecurity response
US officials in Washington are facing rising pressure to provide more support to private sector companies that stand vulnerable to attacks that would disrupt energy, transportation, manufacturing and other key sectors President Joe Biden wants to grow anew in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hackers working for profit and espionage have long threatened American information systems. But in the last six months, they’ve targeted companies running operational networks like the Colonial Pipeline fuel system, with greater persistence.
The renewable energy industry's explosive growth is being bottlenecked by a shortage of skilled workers, leading to intense competition for hiring.