Industry Innovation and Infrastructure

Sustainable Development Goal
The largest ultrafast charging network in Europe aside from Tesla’s exclusive Supercharger network, is the Ionity network. The “second phase” of the network’s development is now moving forward. The Ionity network currently has 205 high-power charging stations in Europe, and 51 are under construction. The website indicates there should be 400 “by 2020,” which I assume must...
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concrete home tucked into greenery
Mumbai based architecture and design firm, unTAG has just unveiled a stunning home built for a retired teacher looking to spend retirement in his home village of Dakivali, India. Working within the man’s limited budget, the architects employed several low-cost, passive strategies such as building the home in the middle of a lush bamboo field to use the...
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Blend of hydrogen and natural gas is being used to heat homes and faculty buildings at Keele University  Keele University owns and operates a private gas network that can be isolated from the main network. Photograph: Andy Weekes Zero-carbon hydrogen has been injected into a UK gas network for the first time in a groundbreaking...
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energy storage pumped hydro
Whelp, that was fast. No sooner does the notorious coal-fired Navajo Generating Station shut its doors, when a massive renewable energy project jumps in to take its place. We’re talking about the proposed Navajo Energy Storage Station in Arizona, and it’s not just any old renewable energy project. It’s a 10-hour, 2,200 megawatt system, which...
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The ability to reuse high numbers of Electric Vehicle Lithium-Ion batteries for domestic and industrial use is becoming a reality for Nissan thanks to a new grading system developed by researchers at WMG, University of Warwick. Once EV batteries have fulfilled their life-span for automotive applications, they are usually recycled by the manufacturer. However many...
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Rather than shredding up your food waste and sending it into the sewers with a garbage disposal system in your kitchen, this contraption collects all of your dinner scraps for composting. Composting is a sure way to combat climate change while also relieving additional burden on local landfills and using valuable nutrients to nourish the earth....
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Microsoft announced ambitious new plans to become carbon negative by 2030 and then go one step further and remove by 2050 all the carbon it has emitted since the company was founded in 1975, according to a company press release. The focus on taking the enormous step of clearing all the carbon it has contributed in...
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Investment from Korean giants means startup is valued at £3bn, giving it ‘unicorn’ status  Arrival describes its vans as ‘generation 2 electric vehicles’. Photograph: Arrival The UK-based electric van maker Arrival has secured an £85m investment from South Korean car firms Hyundai and Kia – a cash injection which values the business at £3bn, defying...
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For those planning a summer day on the waterways of Lake Michigan, there’s a new ecological option that will help you spend the day boating in sustainable style. Located on the lake’s eastern shore, Retro Boat Rentals has unveiled a collection of fiberglass boats from the 50s and 60s that have been restored using state-of-the-art electric motors. The...
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JetBlue plans to begin flying using sustainable aviation fuel on flights from San Francisco International Airport in mid-2020, the airline announced this week. Those flights will use Neste MY Renewable Jet Fuel produced from 100% renewable raw materials. Neste, which is known as the world’s largest producer of renewable diesel, says the jet fuel has as much...
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