Google made clean energy cool for corporations, and it’s about to do the same for batteries – Quartz

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Written by Michael Coren

By 2030, Google plans to precisely match every electron of electricity flowing into its offices and data centers with one produced from a renewable source. If someone clicks on a search at 3 AM, Google will …

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European Green Deal: New financing mechanism to boost renewable energy – European Commission

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The European Commission has published today the rules for a new EU Renewable Energy Financing Mechanism, to apply from the start of 2021. This Mechanism will make it easier for Member States to work together to finance and deploy renewable …

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Major Utility Companies Lag Switching to Clean Energy – EcoWatch

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Only 10% of global energy utility companies are expanding their renewable energy capacity at a faster rate than their gas or coal-fired capacity. That is the main finding of a study by Galina …

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Latin America’s Is Emerging As A Renewable Energy Powerhouse – Oilprice.com

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Latin America is emerging as a green powerhouse, with some of the strongest renewable capacity growth expected globally in the coming years. With auctions already adopted throughout Latin America, Rystad Energy expects the region’s 49 gigawatts …

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10 Things You’ll Wish You Knew Before Launching Your Business – Forbes

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Entrepreneurship is a journey that no one is ever fully prepared to take. No matter how much time you spent researching and learning things before you started, there are always things you’ll wish you had done …

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When garbage goes green: Baltimore County is converting landfill trash into renewable energy, without burning it – The Baltimore Sun

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Written by Wilborn P. Nobles III

Trash from Baltimore County residents will be used to produce renewable energy as the county starts a project at one of its landfills to convert gas created from decomposing waste into electricity.

Instead of …

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Power For Humanity Generates Electricity Out of Thin Air – Greentown Labs

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Written by Reena Karasin

What if you could harness the air around you to power your cell phone? You’d never have to find a wall outlet, or dispose of a near-unrecyclable battery. You could power your most-used electronic in a …

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Recording – Career Fair Prep 2020

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The Fall 2020 Undergraduate Questrom Career Fair is approaching on September 18, 2020, and as you begin to prepare, there are a few things to keep in mind. The UDC has shared tips and ways to prepare for our first …

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Reflection: The Pause That Brings Peace and Productivity – HBS Working Knowledge

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Written by Dina Gerdeman

Joseph Badaracco studied classic works and interviewed 100 managers in 15 countries to learn how busy men and women find time for reflection.

Many of us feel time-pressured, tethered to our smartphones so we can stay …

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The coronavirus pandemic is debunking some long-held myths of the energy industry – CNBC

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Written by Sam Meredith

The coronavirus pandemic has exposed some hard truths to the world’s largest oil and gas majors, energy analysts have told CNBC, with many reeling after historic second-quarter losses laid bare the financial frailty of the industry.

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