By William Johnson Posted on September 23, 2022 According to research published by the International Energy Agency, EV sales are expected to reach all-time highs this year. The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently published an analysis of 55 different “energy areas” where the world must improve to achieve net zero carbon emissions. One of these
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By Maria Merano Posted on September 22, 2022 SpaceX is providing Starlink high-speed internet to schools in the Amazon region. Recently, Brazil’s Minister of Communications Fabio Faria tweeted an update about SpaceX and Starlink service in local schools.  In May 2022, Faria tweeted a short clip featuring Elon Musk. The pair announced ongoing negotiations between
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Here at Electrek, I’ve had the rough job of testing literally hundreds of electric bicycles over the past few years (ok fine, it’s super fun). I’ve seen everything from bargain basement models to several ultra high-end electric bikes with cutting-edge materials and advanced production processes. Sometimes the cheapest electric bikes leave me wanting more, while
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Jose A. Bernat Bacete | Moment | Getty Images The vast majority of Americans support both corporate transparency on climate as well as federal requirements for corporations to disclose their climate data, from emissions to emission reductions to sustainability programs and climate commitments. But although many corporations are improving on these pledges, some sectors are
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The derrick is seen behind anti-fracking banners at Cuadrilla’s Lancashire fracking site. Christopher Furlong | Getty Images LONDON — The U.K. government lifted its ban on fracking Thursday, citing the need to increase domestic energy supply following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In her first major address on Sept. 8, new Prime Minister Liz Truss
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At the time of writing, there are five weather disturbances being tracked in the Atlantic by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Hurricane Center (NHC). The strongest of those is Hurricane Fiona, which is said to have maximum sustained winds of 130 miles per hour. Fiona is currently expected to affect portions
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$80 is the new $60 for oil, according to a new BofA Global Research report, which was sent to Rigzone on Tuesday. “As world GDP expands by just 2.5 percent next year, according to the BofA economics team, global oil demand growth should slow further,” the BofA Global Research report stated. “Weaker growth kicks in
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Police departments around the country have been going electric quickly. You might think that means more cops in Teslas and electric trucks, but many departments are seeking out electric two-wheelers for patrol use. The latest example happens to be on a fleet of Harley-powered Serial 1 electric bikes. Harley-Davidson motorcycles are the traditional motorized two-wheelers
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