Denmark-headquartered Ørsted is the largest offshore wind company in the world. David Hardy, who became CEO of Ørsted Offshore North America in October 2020, testified today on Capitol Hill, before the US House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Energy Subcommittee. Here’s what he said this morning. What follows is a transcript of Hardy’s statement: Chairman Pallone, Chairman
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Aviation “Students who learn practical skills in an emerging field will be more likely to land competitive jobs and pursue careers that will be increasingly in demand,” said Lisa Payne Wansley, vice president of NYPA Environmental Justice. “These new training programs focused on new technologies and geared to the unique needs of our communities will
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2021 Is Here: Here Are the Top 10 Electric Car Companies We update this list regularly because the market is changing so quickly. The new models we’ve driven have caused us to rethink the Top 10. We’ll try to keep this up-to-date as the EV market continues to evolve.  Picking the Top 10 electric car
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The Boring Company’s first commercial loop, deployed in Las Vegas, has officially been approved for expansion throughout the city. Tesla vehicles inside tunnels are going to offer a new transit solution in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Convention Center Loop is The Boring Company’s first full-scale loop project currently in commercial use. Elon Musk’s tunneling
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Honda just announced their electric car plan from 2022 and on and it is almost as bad as what Toyota has recently proposed with their electric car program. Forbes contributor Tom Moloughney will be here to figure out which one is worse, plus other EV news! Subscribe to Tom Moloughney’s channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdX0BJNon1c6GfOdeS3pyDw OUR SPONSORS:
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Just this week, we reported on Foxconn’s first EV concepts. Taiwan’s Foxconn, formally Hon Hai Technology Group, introduced its first electric car concepts under the Foxtron brand, which is a joint venture between the world’s largest iPhone producer and Taiwan’s largest carmaker Yulon Motor. The tech giant based in Taiwan has just announced plans for
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The retro-styled SUV made at France’s former Smart car plant might include plans for green hydrogen. A Citroën concept provides the building blocks for some creative EVs. And U.S. dealerships embrace the idea of discussing EV charging with consistency. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.  The chemical company Ineos has already gone in
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For the last decade, the policy of most legacy automakers has been to talk big about EVs, while doing little or nothing to sell any. Now, ironically, Toyota may be turning this time-honored formula backwards. The company broadcasts anti-EV misinformation in TV ads and executive speeches, and lobbies governments to water down support for EV
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Nanocarbon supplier Nanoramic has secured a substantial investment from private investment firm Fortistar. Nanoramic has raised over $75 million to date to develop and commercialize Neocarbonix, its nanocarbon electrode technology. As a part of the Fortistar investment, Nanoramic will add Chuck Bryceland to the company’s board of directors.  The company claims that its Neocarbonix 3D
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Berkeley, California-based carbon transformation company Twelve and Tulsa-based Emerging Fuels Technology (EFT) today announced that they have produced the first fossil-free jet fuel from carbon dioxide using an electrochemical process. The project received funding from the US Air Force. The new biofuel, which is called E-Jet, can be used by both commercial and military aviation. Biofuels
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ABB E-mobility will provide the charging infrastructure for electric aircraft manufacturer Lilium‘s regional air network, which is scheduled for commercial launch in 2024. Lilium has announced planned launch networks in Florida, Germany and Brazil. As part of the agreement, ABB will develop, test and supply charging equipment based on standards being developed by CharIN’s Megawatt
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In India, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has set an ambitious goal for developing its EV charging infrastructure. India Infrahub reported that the NHAI will install an EV charging station along the National Highways every 50 kilometers by 2023. this is over 40,000 kilometers of highways with a plan of almost 700 charging
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