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President Biden's pledge to carry out a pilot-scale fusion demonstration within ten years has taken a significant step forward with the announcement by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) of $46 million in financing for eight companies pushing designs and research and development for fusion power facilities.

This week, the fourth annual study on the production of power worldwide was released by the energy research tank Ember. According to the study, wind and solar energy now account for an all-time high 12% of the world's electricity production. According to the research, 39% of the world's electricity is produced using clean sources, including nuclear...

For decades, nuclear energy has been a contentious subject in the world of sustainable investing. Despite the fact that nuclear power produces no carbon emissions, issues with waste management, workplace safety, and high-profile accidents have resulted in significant opposition.

Later this month, WWF and Eunomia will submit research on plastic pollution that demonstrates the viability of banning specific plastics from circulation at the UN plastic pollution treaty talks. The paper lists the most harmful plastics now used in the economy and environment and makes suggestions for how governments and businesses may get rid of,...

The Inflation Reduction Act and corporate tax benefits are cited as reasons for the solar energy industry's ongoing growth in SolarReviews' 2022 poll. Due to the rising demand, the industry's ability to expand is constrained by problems with the supply chain, a labor shortage, and the cost of financing.

According to VanEck, we have seen an increase in interest since the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was passed more than six months ago. Due to the favorable and direct influence on project economics and cost savings, participants from all over the world, up and down the value chain of the energy transition, have chosen the U.S. to build out supply...

Only 9% of plastic garbage generated worldwide is actually recycled. The current rate in the United States is 5%. The majority of used plastic is disposed of in landfills, burned, or ends up floating around.

The EPA is developing the first components of initiatives that will use money from the Inflation Reduction Act to assist cut emissions throughout American port infrastructure.

The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is gaining ground quickly, and over the next 15 years, it is anticipated that the number of EVs on the road will soar. By 2035, there will be 130 million electric vehicles on European roads, according to a joint estimate from Eurelectric and Ernst & Young. The analysis projects a "deficit" of nine million public...


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