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Private jet use and climate campaigning not hypocritical: Bill Gates

Bill Gates does not agree that using a private jet and campaigning on the issue of climate change represents a contradiction open to allegations of hypocrisy.

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California heat wave sparks fears of power outages, fires

“All of us have been trying to outrun Mother Nature, but it’s pretty clear Mother Nature has outrun us,” Governor Newsom said. “The reality is we’re living in an era of extremes: extreme heat, extreme drought — and with the flooding we’re experiencing around the globe.”

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Rolls-Royce and easyJet to test hydrogen combustion engine tech

Aerospace giantRolls-Royce said Tuesday it was pairing up with airline easyJet to develop and test hydrogen combustion engine technology for aircraft.

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How Opower, sold to Oracle, has helped save $3 billion in energy bills

Alex Laskey and Dan Yates started energy efficiency company Opower, took it public, and later sold it to Oracle. They also saved consumers a lot of money.
A battery shortage is hampering the U.S. switch to wind, solar power

A battery shortage is hampering the U.S. switch to wind, solar power

At least a dozen storage projects meant to support growing renewable energy supplies have been postponed, canceled or renegotiated.
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Midwest at greater risk for rolling blackouts

Electricity demand on the Midwest's grid is expected to be strong this summer, with hot weather and a growing economy sucking plenty of juice. At the same time, electricity supplies are tightening.

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‘A job incomplete’: Florida’s statewide climate change response ignores root cause

Despite years of warnings from top scientists around the world, Florida’s plan to address climate change only involves spending money to adapt to rising seas instead of cutting the emissions that cause them. In fact, the state has passed bills that work against those goals.