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Sorry, Tucker, Russia is Filthy
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Sorry, Tucker, Russia is Filthy

If Carlson succeeds in anesthetizing the United States into accepting the authoritarianism he reveres in Putin’s Russia, he won’t have to travel far to see how smothering freedom can damage our natural and economic environment. 

In India, battery swapping fuels electric market for 2 and 3 wheels
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In India, battery swapping fuels electric market for 2 and 3 wheels

"Battery swapping in India has taken off in the past five years through a confluence of technological advances and social and economic forces. Batteries have improved as their costs have fallen dramatically. Meanwhile, India has furiously built digital infrastructure and Indians have snapped up smart phones, allowing even some of the lowest-income people to tap into digital networks."

America Wanted a Homegrown Solar Industry. China Is Building a Lot of It.
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America Wanted a Homegrown Solar Industry. China Is Building a Lot of It.

"China-based companies are behind nearly a quarter of the roughly 80 gigawatts in new solar-panel capacity that has been announced since that legislation, according to an analysis by The Wall Street Journal. That positions them to be big beneficiaries of government subsidies as well—as much as $1.4 billion a year collectively if the panel factories announced so far are built, according to Journal calculations."

Prodigy and Westinghouse Targeting Launch of eVinci Floating Nuclear Plant in Canada by 2030
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Prodigy and Westinghouse Targeting Launch of eVinci Floating Nuclear Plant in Canada by 2030

"Prodigy underscores flexibility will be a key driver for the emerging FNPP market. But rather than developing reactors, its approach is to partner with leading SMR vendors to offer a standardized, scalable, and fully transportable nuclear power plant system—essentially by linking expertise in three mature industries: nuclear, maritime, and transport."

The US wants to end its reliance on Chinese lithium. Its policies are doing the opposite.
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The US wants to end its reliance on Chinese lithium. Its policies are doing the opposite.

"The United States desperately needs to hasten the development of supply chains for critical minerals that don’t involve China and Chinese companies for both commercial and national security interests. Unfortunately, current policies, including regulations from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), are doing exactly the opposite. They are hurting demand for electric vehicles, the very products that will incentivize the development of these supply chains. Instead, Washington needs to unleash the power of the US market by removing barriers to accessing capital, fast-tracking manufacturing, providing high-level diplomatic support, and promoting domestic demand."

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