2698 Views
Clean Energy Is Trouncing Oil, Gas, and Coal
<h5>So far, the smart money has been on clean energy.<br/></h5>
Jul 20, 2017
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New homes will now require solar panels in South Miami, a first in Florida
<h5>Anyone building a new house in South Miami — or in some cases renovating existing ones — will have to install solar panels after the city commission approved a groundbreaking law Tuesday night.<br/></h5>
Jul 19, 2017
430 Views
Delays ahead: Heat waves to disrupt air travel
<h5>As if air travel wasn't already stressful enough, last month American Airlines was forced to cancel dozens of flights from Phoenix when temperatures of nearly 120 degrees made it too hot for smaller jets to take off.</h5>
Jul 19, 2017
673 Views
Hyperloop One Has Taken the First Step Towards Achieving Hyperspeed
<h5>Hyperloop has reached perfect vacuum conditions and speeds of 110 km/h (70 mph) in its first fully fledged trial. It is promising news for a system that could change the way we travel worldwide, with projects already suggested in Europe, the U.S., and Asia.<br/></h5>
Jul 17, 2017
800 Views
Earth faces "biological annihilation" in sixth mass extinction, scientists warn
<h5>Over the last half-billion years, scientists say there have been five mass extinction events on Earth in which a wide diversity of species on this planet suddenly died off. Now, there's growing evidence that a sixth mass extinction is unfolding, according to scientists who track species around the globe. <br/></h5>
Jul 17, 2017
887 Views
A State in Australia Just Committed $146 Million to Renewable Energy
<h5>The federal government in Australia has yet to commit to a renewable energy target, but that has not stopped the state of Victoria from setting its own.<br/></h5>
Jul 14, 2017
14218 Views
Tesla Partner Panasonic Sees Car Roofs As New Market For Solar
<h5>Tesla’s partner, Panasonic, wants to change the roof on your car.<br/></h5>
Jul 13, 2017
4499 Views
'Solar trees' sprout across Florida in push to promote solar energy
<h5>Florida Power &amp; Light is planting large devices across Florida that look like trees and harness the power of the sun to create electricity.</h5>
Jul 13, 2017
1292 Views
One-quarter of Australian homes now have solar
<h5>New data has confirmed the effects of a second rooftop solar boom taking place around Australia – driven by falling technology costs and increasingly volatile electricity prices – with nearly one quarter of all Australian households found to have invested in solar panels.<br/></h5>
Jul 11, 2017
708 Views
Downtown Los Angeles shatters 131-year-old heat record
<h5>The mercury soared to 98 degrees Saturday afternoon in Downtown Los Angeles—shattering one of LA’s oldest daily heat records.<br/></h5>
Jul 11, 2017
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