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Majority of energy to come from renewable sources by 2050, says DNV GL study
DNV GL has published its first Energy Transition Outlook (ETO): Renewables, Power and Energy Use, in which it estimates the increased the contribution of clean energy by 2050.
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TM4 launches Bi-directional charger inverter
TM4 has launched BCI20, a new Bi-directional charger inverter, to broaden its product portfolio.
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AEP Ohio reaches agreement with PUCO over Electric Security Plan
American Electric Power Ohio has reached a settlement with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) to solve the company's Electric Security Plan (ESP) which includes EV charging, renewable energy generation and distribution grid reliability through 2024.
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Norway’s transport systems to use Lloyd’s Register’s expertise to cut emissions
Lloyd’s Register’s Risk Management Consulting (RMC) team in Norway has signed three exclusive frame agreements to help companies in the region to reduce pollution from greenhouse gas emissions across its transportation sector.
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Envision Solar to provide charging stations for EVs in Oakland, US
Envision Solar has been selected to install EV charging stations in the City of Oakland, California, US.
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US Army tests new technology for diesel trucks developed by Commercial Hydrogen
The US Army has tested diesel trucks using proprietary hydrogen injection system, developed by Commercial Hydrogen from Houston, Texas.
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REA's EV Group takes up charge infrastructure challenge in UK
Renewable Energy Association's Electric Vehicle Group has taken up a new challenge of EV charging infrastructure.
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Queensland unveils fast-charging EV stations in Australia
The Government of Queensland, Australia has officially unveiled, the first of many fast-charging electric vehicle stations, which will be rolled out at several locations in the state.
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EIB to provide EUR80m finance to Urbaser for research on cleaner waste collection fleet
The European Investment Bank (EIB) will be granting EUR80m in finance to Urbaser, which will be invested in the research and development of its refuse collection lorries to be quieter and less polluting.
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Renault partners with powervault to reuse EV batteries for home storage
French automaker Renault has partnered with UK energy storage firm Powervault to reuse batteries from electric vehicles in home energy storage products.
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Poyry begins multi-client study to investigate alternatives for decarbonisation
In order to meet EU's 2050 decarbonisation ambition, Pöyry Management Consulting has launched a new multi-client study to investigate alternative pathways for decarbonisation in heat, transport and power sectors.
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Idenergie launches residential energy management platform
Idenergie has launched a residential energy management platform, which integrates highly efficient solar conversion modules, bidirectional electric vehicle charger modules, inverter modules that generate AC current and a smart module to sell electricity to the grid.
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UK plans for more charging stations to encourage low emission vehicles
The UK Government has proposed measures to make electric vehicle chargepoints more widely available for motorists.
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ABB's flash charging technology to power electric buses in Geneva
By CTBR Staff Writer
ABB is rolling out a charging technology that reaches full power in 15 seconds for electric buses in Geneva, Switzerland.
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NEL ASA starts feasibility study for large-scale hydrogen production in Norway
By CTBR Staff Writer
NEL ASA has started a feasibility study for large-scale hydrogen production in Norway, which can be exported to the European and Japanese markets.
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