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The Internet Needs a New Architecture that Puts Users First

Quarantine has changed the way we connect, online and off. As we rely on the internet more and more for work, social connections, and basic needs, it is time to talk about the future of meaningful online experiences, and the need for a new internet architecture. We need a user-focused, localized internet.

Jun 14, 2020 by Berninger & Pulver via WIRED
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French photovoltaic greenhouse delivers 3.1 GWh and 4 tons/hectare of asparagus in one year

From pv magazine France In April 2017, French renewable energy developer Tenergie commissioned its first photovoltaic greenhouse based on its proprietary technology Tenairlux, in Mallemort, in the Bouches-du-Rhône region of southern France. The plant was built with 265 W panels and has an installed power of 2.1 MW.

Apr 02, 2021 by Joël Spaes
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BP and Shell-backed accelerator looks for the Teslas of climate tech

Ten corporations, including BP, Shell and Microsoft, are setting up a climate tech accelerator to channel more funding to sustainability startups, which often struggle to raise investment. According to Jon Creyts from the Rocky Mountain Institute, the US-based environmentalist think-tank that will lead the accelerator, investors are so put off funding climate change tech that there's only been one hard tech company in the last decade to secure enough funding to be successful.

Dec 02, 2020 by Sifted
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Artificial Intelligence Will Revolutionize Energy, Earning Billions For Investors

As the world is anticipating the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, energy consumption in industry and services is likely to grow. In the longer term, the developing world will increase its energy utilization, leading to growth of global primary energy demand by of 0.4% - 0.6% per year, or a 25% increase by 2050.

Dec 02, 2020 by Ariel Cohen - Forbes
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Tomorrow's Power Grid Will Be Autonomous
Autonomous energy grids use AI, renewable energy, and energy storage to optimize the grid
Dec 02, 2020 by IEEE Spectrum
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New Energy Storage "Water Battery" Breakthrough: Look Ma, No Underground Powerhouse

Clean Power For all the excitement over the next big thing in lithium-ion batteries, the simple fact is that plain old water is the only large scale, long duration energy storage medium available today in the US and in many other parts of the world.

Aug 25, 2020 by Tina Casey
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EDP is a partner in the first European robot center in offshore wind farms
The European Atlantis center will be in Viana do Castelo and involves an investment of 8.5 million euros. It is coordinated by INESC TEC, and has EDP (NEW - Center For New Energy Technologies) as its main partner.
Jan 16, 2020 by edp.com
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Japan's Top Credit Card Issuer JCB to Apply DLT in Its $10T B2B Market

Japan's biggest credit card issuer JCB partnered with California-based commercial payments platform Paystand for a new B2B product.

Dec 22, 2019 by Helen Partz
Crypto News
How the humble chairlift could revolutionize renewable energy

What do you see when you imagine a zero-carbon future? Electric buses zipping by? Rolling hills covered with solar panels? Offshore wind farms towering over the sea? If batteries are part of your vision, good thinking. But there's a promising, if whimsical, piece of the renewable energy puzzle that might be missing from your mental picture: the world of gravity energy storage.

Nov 23, 2019 by Emily Pontecorvo
Green Tech News
Coinbase Will Suspend All Margin Trading Tomorrow

Coinbase Will Suspend All Margin Trading Tomorrow, Citing CFTC Guidance Crypto exchange Coinbase plans to end all margin trading effective Nov. 25, 2020, due to recent regulations by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The San Francisco-based trading platform announced Tuesday that it would prevent customers from placing new margin trades beginning at 2 p.m.

Dec 02, 2020 by CoinDesk
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A Ridiculously Huge New Solar Farm Just Came Online in China
World News · Oct 10, 2020 by Vanessa Bates Ramirez

The Chinese economy has suffered as a result of the pandemic, but one sector that's forging full-steam ahead is energy. Last week saw the opening of a massive new solar farm -the second-largest in the world-in the northwest province of Qinghai.


tags: #green-energy #solar #power #china #inverters #kilvolt #high-power #dc
The coronavirus crisis reminds us that electricity is more indispensable than ever
World News · Mar 30, 2020 by Linkedin Pulse

The huge disruption caused by the coronavirus crisis has highlighted how much modern societies rely on electricity. Millions of people are now confined to their homes, resorting to teleworking to do their jobs, e-commerce sites to do their shopping, and streaming video platforms to find entertainmen


tags: #energy #renewables #renewable #electricity #essential #services #crisis #management #resilience #hospitals
Another nail in coal's coffin? German steel furnace runs on renewable hydrogen in world first
World News · Nov 24, 2019 by Michael Mazengarb

German manufacturing giant Thyssenkrupp has completed a successful, first-of-its-kind demonstration of running a steel furnace completely on hydrogen, a development that is likely to further dent the future prospects for the global coal industry.


tags: #renewable #german #steel #producer #thyssenkrupp #hydrogen #zero-coal #zero-carbon #blast #furnaces

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Crypto Miners in Georgia consume 10% of the Entire Nation's Power - The Daily Chain
Green Tech News · Dec 09, 2019 by Anna Larsen

The crypto mining industry is thriving lately with more and more nations joining the bandwagon. Just last month, Bitmain, the world's leading manufacturer of mining hardware, opened what is supposedly the world's largest crypto mining farm. The 33,000-acre facility holds a capacity of 300 MW in total.



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Another nail in coal's coffin? German steel furnace runs on renewable hydrogen in world first
World News · Nov 24, 2019 by Michael Mazengarb

German manufacturing giant Thyssenkrupp has completed a successful, first-of-its-kind demonstration of running a steel furnace completely on hydrogen, a development that is likely to further dent the future prospects for the global coal industry.


tags: #renewable #german #steel #producer #thyssenkrupp #hydrogen #zero-coal #zero-carbon #blast #furnaces
Blockchain could be the missing link in the renewable energy revolution
Green Industry News · Aug 23, 2019 by World Economic Forum

An estimated €231 billion is spent annually on energy efficiency (EE) investments - but tapping the full potential of EE will require at least four times as much investment. This finance gap is slowing down the energy transition we need.


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Crypto Miners in Georgia consume 10% of the Entire Nation's Power - The Daily Chain
Green Tech News · Dec 09, 2019 by Anna Larsen

The crypto mining industry is thriving lately with more and more nations joining the bandwagon. Just last month, Bitmain, the world's leading manufacturer of mining hardware, opened what is supposedly the world's largest crypto mining farm. The 33,000-acre facility holds a capacity of 300 MW in total.


Deutsche Bank says crypto could replace cash by 2030 as fiat system looks 'fragile'
Crypto News · Dec 07, 2019 by The Block

Cryptocurrencies have the potential to eventually replace cash, according to new research from financial services giant Deutsche Bank. In the "Imagine 2030" research report, Germany-headquartered Deutsche Bank said cryptocurrencies may have been "additions" rather than "substitutes" in the finance world thus far, but the next decade could change that as regulatory hurdles get past.


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Tokyo real estate projects to be funded by tokenization ahead of Olympics 2020 - Ledger Insights
Crypto News · Nov 24, 2019 by Ledger Insights

Yesterday, Tokyo-based Lead Real Estate said it would develop condominiums and hotels ahead of the Japan Olympics 2020 by using funds raised through issuing security tokens. The company which was founded in 2003 plans to issue digital tokens for upcoming properties in Ginza, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ebisu, Shinagawa, and Meguro using the Securitize platform Last year, ...


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The Internet Needs a New Architecture that Puts Users First

Quarantine has changed the way we connect, online and off. As we rely on the internet more and more for work, social connections, and basic needs, it is time to talk about the future of meaningful online experiences, and the need for a new internet architecture. We need a user-focused, localized internet.

Jun 14, 2020 by Berninger & Pulver via WIRED
Tech News
French photovoltaic greenhouse delivers 3.1 GWh and 4 tons/hectare of asparagus in one year

From pv magazine France In April 2017, French renewable energy developer Tenergie commissioned its first photovoltaic greenhouse based on its proprietary technology Tenairlux, in Mallemort, in the Bouches-du-Rhône region of southern France. The plant was built with 265 W panels and has an installed power of 2.1 MW.

Apr 02, 2021 by Joël Spaes
Green Industry News
BP and Shell-backed accelerator looks for the Teslas of climate tech

Ten corporations, including BP, Shell and Microsoft, are setting up a climate tech accelerator to channel more funding to sustainability startups, which often struggle to raise investment. According to Jon Creyts from the Rocky Mountain Institute, the US-based environmentalist think-tank that will lead the accelerator, investors are so put off funding climate change tech that there's only been one hard tech company in the last decade to secure enough funding to be successful.

Dec 02, 2020 by Sifted
Green Industry News
Artificial Intelligence Will Revolutionize Energy, Earning Billions For Investors

As the world is anticipating the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, energy consumption in industry and services is likely to grow. In the longer term, the developing world will increase its energy utilization, leading to growth of global primary energy demand by of 0.4% - 0.6% per year, or a 25% increase by 2050.

Dec 02, 2020 by Ariel Cohen - Forbes
Tech News
Tomorrow's Power Grid Will Be Autonomous
Autonomous energy grids use AI, renewable energy, and energy storage to optimize the grid
Dec 02, 2020 by IEEE Spectrum
Green Tech News
New Energy Storage "Water Battery" Breakthrough: Look Ma, No Underground Powerhouse

Clean Power For all the excitement over the next big thing in lithium-ion batteries, the simple fact is that plain old water is the only large scale, long duration energy storage medium available today in the US and in many other parts of the world.

Aug 25, 2020 by Tina Casey
Green Tech News
EDP is a partner in the first European robot center in offshore wind farms
The European Atlantis center will be in Viana do Castelo and involves an investment of 8.5 million euros. It is coordinated by INESC TEC, and has EDP (NEW - Center For New Energy Technologies) as its main partner.
Jan 16, 2020 by edp.com
World News
Japan's Top Credit Card Issuer JCB to Apply DLT in Its $10T B2B Market

Japan's biggest credit card issuer JCB partnered with California-based commercial payments platform Paystand for a new B2B product.

Dec 22, 2019 by Helen Partz
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