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EV maker Arrival to build high-voltage battery module assembly plant in North Carolina
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EV maker Arrival to build high-voltage battery module assembly plant in North Carolina

Rebecca Bellan writes for Tech Crunch on EV maker Arrival, which is investing $11.5 million to build an assembly plant in North Carolina. >>>Read about one American startup that is addressing EV woes<<< “Arrival, the electric vehicle manufacturer that aims to break up the assembly line in favor of multiple microfactories, is investing $11.5 million...

Fueled By Billionaire Dollars, Nuclear Fusion Enters A New Age
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Fueled By Billionaire Dollars, Nuclear Fusion Enters A New Age

Christopher Helman writes for Forbes about advancements in nuclear fusion. >>>READ: After Decades of Waiting, Nuclear Fusion is Coming into Full View<<< “It’s clear that nuclear fusion can work at scale — just look at the stars. For 70 years physicists have dreamed of bottling that star power in the form of fusion reactors that would power...

Can autonomous, seafloor-scanning robots speed up offshore wind development?
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Can autonomous, seafloor-scanning robots speed up offshore wind development?

"Bedrock, a two-year-old, Brooklyn-based startup, aims to make the process up to 10 times faster with its electric, autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) that can navigate along the ocean floor in waters up to 300 meters deep. Bedrock is still in the early stages of testing this tech—it has only built one AUV so far—but it raised $8 million in a seed round last March and is hiring 'aggressively' to grow the current team of ~20 full-time employees, its CEO and co-founder, Anthony DiMare told us."

Wealthy Progressives: We Love Wind Power, Except When It’s Near Us
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Wealthy Progressives: We Love Wind Power, Except When It’s Near Us

"One of the few remaining snags could be a group of residents of the exclusive hamlet of Wainscott who don’t want the cable carrying power from the windmills to be buried under a street that runs to the beach. Even though digging has begun, they are still waging legal battles on several fronts that could delay construction or further complicate the project."

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