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  • U.S. DOE Leads Effort to Improve the Cybersecurity of Energy Supply Chains 20. 06. 2024.
    Major Manufacturers Tout the Effort as Critical for Strengthening Global Energy Systems  WASHINGTON, D.C. — Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released new Supply Chain Cybersecurity Principles, developed in collaboration with Idaho National Laboratory. The principles establish best practices for cybersecurity throughout the supply chain that supports energy infrastructure. Developed ... [continued] The post U.S. […]
    US Department of Energy
  • Heat Pumps Decarbonizing A 17-Story Building In Manhattan Built in 1931 19. 06. 2024.
    A building in New York City is using a system of heat pumps to heat and cool the interior in place of furnaces and air conditioners. The post Heat Pumps Decarbonizing A 17-Story Building In Manhattan Built in 1931 appeared first on CleanTechnica.
    Steve Hanley
  • Superyachts For The Super Rich Cause A Whole Lot Of Environmental Damage 19. 06. 2024.
    Few status symbols for the Super Rich stand out more than superyachts. Members of royal families, oligarchs, and billionaires are known to crave the elegance and indulgence, the refined taste and unparalleled luxury that these enormous floating homes offer. Superyachts are often longer than 100 feet in length and are ... [continued] The post Superyachts […]
    Carolyn Fortuna
  • Polyphase Wireless Power Transfer System Achieves 270-kilowatt Charge, Sets Another World Record for Electric Light-Duty Vehicles 19. 06. 2024.
    Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have successfully demonstrated the first 270-kW wireless power transfer to a light-duty electric vehicle. The demonstration used a Porsche Taycan and was conducted in collaboration with Volkswagen Group of America using the ORNL-developed polyphase wireless charging system. The achievement surpasses ORNL’s ... [continued] The post Polyphase […]
    US Department of Energy
  • Tesla Model 3 Long Range Now Eligible for Full $7,500 Tax Credit — Low Cost of Ownership Now 19. 06. 2024.
    You can now buy the Tesla Model 3 Long Range in the United States and get the full $7500 federal tax credit. That is, of course, if you have that much tax liability. Consult a tax professional before counting on the full $7500 if you are not sure of your ... [continued] The post Tesla […]
    Zachary Shahan
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