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These Are The Startups Applying AI To Tackle Climate Change
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These Are The Startups Applying AI To Tackle Climate Change

"Both climate change and artificial intelligence are sprawling, cross-disciplinary fields. Both will transform literally every sector of the economy in the years ahead. There is therefore no single 'silver bullet' application of AI to climate change. Instead, a wide range of machine learning use cases can help in the race to decarbonize our world."

Renewable Natural Gas Set For Disruptive Growth
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Renewable Natural Gas Set For Disruptive Growth

"Imagine if you will a renewable source of energy without constraints of time of day or weather. A renewable source of energy whose surface of potential is just now being scratched. Perhaps most importantly in today’s political environment, a source of renewable energy that does not rely on supply chains dominated by adversarial nations as the source of its feedstock, but America’s family farms instead."

Why Carbon Capture Can Help Solve Climate Change
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Why Carbon Capture Can Help Solve Climate Change

"If the CO2 emissions generated through the production of hydrogen can be captured and sequestered, hydrogen can be generated and used without CO2 emissions — a two-for-one proposition that could have a great impact on climate recovery."

Grid-Scale U.S. Energy Storage Capacity Could Grow Five-Fold By 2050
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Grid-Scale U.S. Energy Storage Capacity Could Grow Five-Fold By 2050

"Across all scenarios in the study, utility-scale diurnal energy storage deployment grows significantly through 2050, totaling over 125 gigawatts of installed capacity in the modest cost and performance assumptions — a more than five-fold increase from today’s total. Depending on cost and other variables, deployment could total as much as 680 gigawatts by 2050."

Building sustainable, high-performance data centers – a conversation with Jim Connaughton, CEO of Nautilus
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Building sustainable, high-performance data centers – a conversation with Jim Connaughton, CEO of Nautilus

"The partnership will help meet global data center needs with energy-efficient and water-conserving facilities which use 70% less power for cooling and eliminate the consumption of drinking water. The partnership will help to transform the environmental footprint of the data center sector and to close the digital divide by deploying to cities, rural communities, and developing economies around the world."

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