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This Company Uses Turkey Poop for Biofuel
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11/22/2017
UPS to Convert 66% of its NYC Delivery Trucks to Electric
What can brown do for you? Howzabout switching to alternative energy? In the land of Yankees, Metropolitans, and Seinfeld. UPS and Unique Electric Solutions LLC (UES LLC) will work to convert the famously wood-hued delivery trucks from diesel to electric. Unique Energy Solutions’ system will feature
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Date:
11/21/2017
Tesla's New 200K Roadster Goes 620 Miles Between Charges
Tesla
Tesla has set a new record for electric vehicles with its
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Date:
11/20/2017

Flexible Rubber Film Generates Electricity When Stressed
Empa
Researchers from the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) have created a new material that generates electricity when stressed, with a wealth of potential applications in the energy harvesting and
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11/16/2017
iOS Update Boosts Wireless Charging Rate by 50%
Apple
Consumers have a shaky relationship with iOS updates (including claims of planned obsolescence), but this is the coolest perk I’ve ever seen --
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11/15/2017
Lamborghini Develops
Lamborghini
Lamborghini is aiming to deliver the “sports car of the future,” and in collaboration with MIT, they’ve developed their new concept vehicle, the “Terzo Millennio.” This “electric
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11/13/2017
Germany to Debut World's First Hydrogen Trains in 2021
Alstom
The world’s first hydrogen-powered passenger trains are set to debut in Germany in 2021. And while they won’t break any speed records –
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11/10/2017
There’s no doubt the big news in tech this week was Intel announcing that it would incorporate AMD graphics technology in its processors. The two companies have had a fierce rivalry that goes back decades, so this week’s announcement came as a bit of a surprise. Intel has worked closely with Nvidia in the
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Date:
11/10/2017
Generating Heat From Paved Surfaces
A professor of civil and environmental engineering at The University of Texas at San Antonio has received a large grant to develop a technology that generates energy from hot pavements. Much like incandescent bulbs, the thermal energy generated from paved surfaces is normally wasted, dispersed as
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Date:
11/09/2017
Ford Partners With Chinese Automaker to Bring Electric Cars to China
Ford
As part of its mandate to electrify 70% of its Chinese sales by 2025, Ford has signed a joint venture with China’s Zotye Auto. The rebranded “Zotye Ford Automobile Co.” will bring
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11/08/2017
House Bill Would End $7,500 Electric Vehicle Tax Credit
Plan on buying an all-electric or hybrid vehicle? Make haste to your local dealer – a bill under consideration in the House would gut the $7,500
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Date:
11/07/2017
New Technology Could Recharge Electric Cars in Five Minutes ... Maybe
Lately, we’ve discussed a lithium-ion battery that can be recharged in six minutes and
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Date:
11/03/2017
Researchers working independently at universities on the opposite side of the globe have made progress in making Li-ion batteries safer and more efficient by replacing liquid electrolytes with solids. As the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 showed, although we rely heavily on Li-ion batteries, they are by
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Date:
11/02/2017

 



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