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US, UK, other G7 countries to ‘predominantly decarbonize electricity sectors by 2035’

The G7, made up of the world’s largest economies, today agreed to “predominantly decarbonized electricity sectors by 2035.” The G7 also agreed to end government financing for international coal-fired power generation and speed up the phase-out of unabated coal plants by 2035. “Unabated” refers to electricity generation that doesn’t use technology to capture emissions.  The G7 is…
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In a global tipping point, 52% of car buyers now want to purchase an EV – here’s why

The number of consumers looking to buy electric vehicles has hit 52%, according to the latest EY Mobility Consumer Index (MCI). This is the first time the number has exceeded 50%, and it represents a rise of 22 percentage points in just two years. EV buyers are on the rise The MCI survey has tracked consumer mobility patterns and buying intentions since the start of the pandemic in 2020. EY…
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Review: Luna Eclipse full-suspension fat tire foldable BMX e-bike, somehow priced under $1400

….that pedals smoother than most acoustic bikes up to 25mph. I’ve spent the last few weeks with Luna’s new $1395 Eclipse folding fat tire e-bike. It is unlike any other e-bike on the market, and yet I can recommend it enthusiastically for a big swath of the foldable fat tire e-bike market. And even some general e-bikers. Here’s why: TL;DR: One look at Luna’s new Eclipse e-bike, and…
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Tesla owners are 50% less likely to crash their EV than their other cars

Tesla owners who also drive another vehicle are 50% less likely to have an accident in their Tesla compared to in their other vehicles, according to an interesting new study looking at EV drivers who drive multiple vehicles. The study is coming from Cambridge Mobile Telematics, which collects telematics data from millions of vehicles. At the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Charging Into…
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