EV owners will no longer experience the free public parking incentive

The Hawaiian state is taking away the incentive of free parking privileges for electric vehicle owners. This move comes at a time when Hawaii is on the verge of transitioning to electric vehicles. These EV owners have been enjoying free parking in public parking lots for almost a decade.  Activists argue that this incentive cessation […]

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Hydrogel to aid in the making of self-cooling solar panels

Hydrogel collects humidity from the space during the night, which can be used for cooling of solar panels during the day and at the same time enhancing their working ability.  A group of researchers from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia and Hong Kong Polytechnic University together worked in the […]

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Facts and benefits drivers need to know about Electric vehicles

Electric vehicles have been more and more used as a practical, day-to-day means of travel, providing numerous advantages to consumers and companies. The advantages of electric cars are evident for more than 20 automakers participating and many more moving ahead next year. The increasing option ensures that an EV is possible to satisfy a variety […]

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Europe to Resume Renewable Energy Expansion Program after Pandemic

Europe has it in plans to resume its plans for expansion after the coronavirus pandemic. Despite significant interruptions in the plans, The European Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, addressed the concern before international world leaders during the previous online Petersburg Climate Dialogue. Daab reiterated that on the importance of establishing an initiative to restart industries in line with climate-resilient […]

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Hawaii set to shift to a completely renewable power dependency

In front of several United States legislators who needed to understand if the coal seemed to have potential, the managing director of the leading privately-held coal firm gathered and sought to listen for the council. The council said that coal presented the future of the energy sector.      The legislatures remarked in 2010, and […]

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Here are some facts that you should know about Electric vehicles in 2020

The public seems to be receptive to the idea of the electric vehicle; most of the people do not have the know-how how they work. Many of the questions that people ask are, what are the main component of the vehicle, what is the driving experience of the electric vehicle, is the car dependable? Some […]

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Duncan Davies is the New Director at Pinnacle Renewable Energy

Duncan Davies is the New Director at Pinnacle Renewable Energy Mr. Duncan Davies is the new member of Pinnacle Renewable Energy’s Board of directors. The announcement is valid today. Davies’s leadership as the CEO and President of Interfor Corporation is exemplary. His role at this corporation is indicative of the transformation of the energy sector […]

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Recovering Energy sector going Green

Come Tuesday the 21st, the Board of Supervisors from San Diego County announced their move to streamline alternative energy initiatives, particularly sites in nearby counties. The outcome, as decided, came during a 3-2 voting. For this instance, the current Board required the Chief Administrative Officer Helen Robbins-Meyer to submit reports of structured environmental impact studies and future locations come on the 1st […]

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Energy Sector Recuperates from Coronavirus Effects

Given the economic turmoil attributable to the global pandemic, the first quarter of 2020 experienced an impressive corporate increase in the construction of renewable energy projects. Yet before the epidemic, several organizations signed partnerships for a potential of at least 1.6 GW, more than in the first or fourth quarter of 2019. An analysis of the contract […]

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