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New Energy Economy #8

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Efforts to improve nuclear energy safety, as renewables start to edge past nuclear in U.S. electricit
 

New Energy Economy

July 12 · Issue #8 · View online
Transformations in clean energy

Efforts to improve nuclear energy safety, as renewables start to edge past nuclear in U.S. electricity generation. Big energy companies continue to make inroads into EVs, charging, and renewables. China is making more batteries, and investing less in solar. New research in offshore wind and solar cell tech, and a new competitor for Tesla’s Solar Roof tiles.

Making nuclear energy safer and more affordable
Renewables and Nuclear Power Remain in Statistical Dead Heat
The Energy Companies Fighting For EV Charging Dominance
BP buys UK's largest car charging firm Chargemaster
Exclusive interview Mark Gainsborough, head Shell New Energies: “We are further along than people realize”
Solar Energy Investment Set to Fall in 2018, on Cutback in China and Lower Equipment Costs
China becomes world's largest li-ion battery producer
California’s new solar rule will save homeowners a lot of money
Solar Developers Get a Breath of Certainty with New Commence Construction Guidance
New R&D Consortium Aims to Slash Offshore Wind Costs in the US
New Efficiency Record for Perovskite Solar -- Can Oxford PV Hit 30% by 2020?
HanTiles Solar Roof: The Complete Review
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