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Here’s how the infrastructure bill would favor cheaper, US-made EVs

Enlarge / The House Ways and Means Committee has proposed a wide-ranging overhaul of the current electric vehicle incentives as part of the infrastructure bill….

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Fusion energy nears reality thanks to an ultra-powerful magnet

Fusion energy just had its second breakthrough in as many months. Motherboardnotes an MIT- and Commonwealth Fusion Systems-led research team has successfully demonstrated a high-temperature…

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Scientists discover how to turn toxic sewer gas into hydrogen fuel

Researchers have found a way to convert foul-smelling, dangerous sewer gas into useful hydrogen fuel. Source: https://www.digitaltrends.com/news/chemical-looping-sewer-gas-hydrogen/ Droolin’ Dog sniffed out this story and shared…

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Big Oil Coined ‘Carbon Footprints’ to Blame Us for Their Greed. Keep Them on the Hook.

This story originally appeared in The Guardian and is republished here as part of Covering Climate Now, a global journalism collaboration strengthening coverage of the…

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Severe oil leaks worsened Keystone pipeline’s spill record, GAO finds

The company behind the controversial Keystone XL project that President Joe Biden effectively killed on his first day of office had an oil spill record…

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California Just Approved 5 Temporary Gas Plants as Drought Cripples Hydropower

Wildfires and declining water levels at reservoirs have threatened California’s power supply at various points this summer. Desperate to avoid blackouts amid the compounding crisis,…

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Texas Is Letting Shell, Exxon, and Other Oil Producers Break the Rules

Even when policymakers set the easiest rules for fossil fuel producers to follow, it seems like many companies choose to flaunt them anyway. A new…

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Judge throws out Trump-era approvals for Alaska oil project

Ruling calls federal reports flawed and says plan didn’t do enough to prevent further harm to polar bears and their habitat. Source: https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/judge-throws-out-trump-era-approvals-alaska-oil-project-n1277125 Droolin’ Dog…

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“Blue” hydrogen is worse for the climate than coal, study says

Enlarge / A Hyundai Nexo patrol car at a hydrogen filling station in Lower Saxony, Germany. (credit: Friso Gentsch/picture alliance) Gas companies and utilities are…

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Most of the power sector’s emissions come from a small minority of plants

Enlarge (credit: Picture Alliance / Getty Images) The world seems to be simultaneously on fire and flooding, and the latest expert report indicates that we’ve…

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The Texas Power Grid Is Hanging on by Its Fingernails

On Tuesday, Reuters reported that The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) predicted this week that the system will see peak highs in energy use…

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New IPCC climate report is the clearest guidebook for selecting a future

Enlarge / Cover art of the new report. (credit: IPCC) It has been eight years since the last major report from the Intergovernmental Panel on…

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The hydrogen economy is about to get weird

Enlarge / A Coradia iLint hydrogen fuel-cell powered prototype railway train, manufactured by Alstom SA, travels in Salzgitter, Germany. (credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images) If you were…

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Debt investors retreat from funding dirty energy

Banks are coming under fire from all sides for their role in funding fossil fuel companies, even though most have pledged to pull back over…

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Rising gasoline prices signal trouble for climate change action

Cutting oil production before we cut our demand for oil could undermine much of the progress that needs to be made on climate change. Why…

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The hydrogen hype is real, but is it justified?

Hydrogen is quickly gaining ground in the global energy mix, but it still has a long way to go to become the low-carbon solution it…

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American Airlines warns about fuel shortages around the country, asks pilots to conserve

The airline said flights will carry additional fuel into airports affected by shortages, a procedure known as tankering. Source: https://www.nbcnews.com/business/business-news/american-airlines-warns-about-fuel-shortages-around-country-asks-pilots-n1275061 Droolin’ Dog sniffed out this…

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China plans to build the first ‘clean’ commercial nuclear reactor

Are you intrigued by the possibility of using nuclear reactors to curb emissions, but worried about their water use and long-term safety? There might be…

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Climate events are the leading cause of nuclear power outages

Enlarge / Cooling water is only one factor that limits the productivity of nuclear power plants. (credit: Getty Images) With extreme weather causing power failures…

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PG&E burying 10,000 miles of power lines to lessen wildfire risk

The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) on Wednesday announced plans to bury around 10,000 miles of power lines in an effort to reduce the risk of wildfires.The…

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Concrete buildings could become rechargeable batteries you can live in

Concrete is the most widely consumed material in the world after water. Now, researchers have been exploring how it can be used to store electricity…

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Officials Pull ‘Emergency Lever’ as Lake Powell Plunges Toward Dangerous New Low

The latest megadrought alarm bell just went off in the West. The Bureau of Reclamation began emergency water releases from reservoirs upstream in the Colorado…

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