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Wireless charging: The roads where electric vehicles never need to plug in

The first wireless electric road in the US has been installed in Detroit, but at nearly $2m (£1.6m) per mile, is this really the future of transport?

Q&A: North Carolina researchers confront health fears about solar.

As large-scale solar projects have proliferated across North Carolina, some critics have pushed back with a surprising critique: photovoltaic panels, while beloved by environmental advocates, are a danger to public health.

As large-scale solar projects have proliferated across North Carolina, some critics have pushed back with a surprising critique: photovoltaic panels, while beloved by environmental advocates, are a danger to public health.

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Charging pads let electric car owners cut the cord.

Electric-vehicle charging cords could soon go the way of the cassette tape, floppy disk and landline telephone.

Electric-vehicle charging cords could soon go the way of the cassette tape, floppy disk and landline telephone.

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