- “US Forest Service Aims For Fleet Of 17,000 Battery-Electric Vehicles And Is Piloting Ford F-150 Lightning” • The US Forest Service is testing the Ford F-150 Lightning pickup as it begins to transition its 17,000 vehicles (fossil powered at the moment) to a rugged, sometimes off-road fleet of over 17,000 battery-electric vehicles. [CleanTechnica]
- “Nuclear Fusion: How Long Until This Breakthrough Discovery Can Power Your House” • The deuterium in a glass of water, with a little tritium, could power a house for a year, with practically no waste. But it could be decades before fusion is able to produce large amounts of energy, and scientists are on a race against the clock to fight climate change. [CNN]
- “Macron Says Talks Are Ongoing To Remove Heavy Weapons From Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Site” • French President Emmanuel Macron said that an agreement had been reached on removing heavy weapons from Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant and that talks were under way on the necessary procedures. [Radio Free Europe]
- “Denmark’s Potential Role In Nordic Hyperloop Solutions” • Hyperloop serves relatively small autonomous vehicles (called pods) that move in an almost airless tube on a magnetic track at high speed – up to 1,000 km/h (620 mph). Without air or track friction, it is very efficient. A hyperloop is being proposed for Denmark. [CleanTechnica]
- “Renewable Energy Jobs Growing Four Times Faster Than Rest Of UK Market” • The number of jobs being created in the renewable energy industry is growing four times faster than the overall UK employment market, it has emerged. The number of green jobs advertised almost trebled in the last year, to 336,000 roles, altogether. [The Guardian]
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