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As clean energy technologies require more metals and minerals like lithium, copper and cobalt, mining disasters have raised questions about the sector's ability to change.
Cheap hydrogen produced from industrial by-products may help the hydrogen sector develop, but there is a risk of locking in carbon emissions.
Potato-sized polymetallic nodules
The city-state has voiced support for deep-sea mining done according to 'robust rules, regulations and procedures'. Environmentalists say the stance is at odds with its recent pledges to protect marine life.
Car Factory_India
Indian government think-tank NITI Aayog has now proposed a 'battery as a service' model to promote electric vehicles in the country.
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Toyota Prius
As governments embrace strict targets for electric vehicles, the world's largest carmaker is struggling to keep up. But it's not too late for Toyota to reverse course.
‘Growing momentum’ to make 2021 the global action year for sustainable energy
In a bid of optimism for the new year, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) expressed confidence that clean energy would grow in 2021.
Storm over Fossil Fuels
As extreme weather events intensify, so too will the political siege on the fossil fuel industry, and rightfully so. But Daniel Litvin warns that an unthinking backlash on Big Oil could have perverse effects for the global energy transition.
A laborer hauls crushed rocks pulversied by a diesel-powered crusher in the shadow of a wind turbine.
Ensuring underserved populations have reliable, clean and safe access to electricity is a $1.2 trillion opportunity, says ADB's Yongping Zhai.
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hydrogen powered homes
A Thai firm has built the country's first homes that runs on solar power for 24 hours a day, using a hybrid of solar PV panels and fuel cells.
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