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Singapore wants to generate enough solar energy for 350,000 households annually by 2030 – here’s how it plans to do that
Singapore has big plans for clean energy, and the good ol' sun is its best resource.
Cities could one day power homes and fuel cars with plastic, a giant step toward solving the pollution crisis
Companies are considering a way to cut back on emissions by converting plastic into fuel or electricity.
CapitaLand is putting over 20,000 solar panels on 6 of its buildings – that’s enough power for 2,300 HDB flats a year
The combined solar panel facility could be the largest of its kind in Singapore by a real estate company.
PUB is building one of the world’s largest floating solar panel systems that could generate enough power for 13,500 HDB flats every year
It will cut carbon dioxide emissions by 28,000 tonnes every year - the equivalent of removing 6,000 cars off roads.
The price of bitcoin fell 2% after China's state planner added bitcoin mining to a draft list of industrial activities it wants to ban.
PG&E shares plummet after flagging bankruptcy plan and possible $30 billion in liabilities from California fire fallout
PG&E's CEO resigned Sunday, and the company on Monday confirmed its plans to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy.
In a 20-year-old interview, Jeff Bezos said there’s a reason most startups have to move out of the garage — and it’s not because of ...
In 1998, writer Steve Homer conducted an interview with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who was visiting the United Kingdom the promote the UK version of his relatively new website, Amazon. Bezos provided some early insight into how the company grew.
A new study on the side effects of wind energy is almost begging to be misused by climate change deniers
Using wind power to generate the electricity the US needs could cause a surprising amount of local warming in the regions of the wind turbines. But they would still help the world stop pumping carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which would help fight climate change and global warming.
California is kicking its climate change fight into overdrive and several states are falling in line as the Trump administration moves in the opposite direction. The state will require all its electricity to come from carbon-free sources by 2045.