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A Tesla Too Pricey? E-Bikes Offer Entry-Level Electric Transportation
The New York Times • John R. Quain
Turnbull dined with Chinese donor days after company gave $40k to Queensland LNP
Australian Broadcasting Corporation • Henry Belot, Matthew Doran
DAILY BRIEFING: One term for Trump, reckons JP Morgan boss
Moneyinvesting | Mail Online • City, Finance Reporter, The Daily Mail
Volkswagen Reveals Golf 48V Mild Hybrids, Rear Electric Motor Considered
autoevolution news • Autoevolution
Weatherwatch: rescuing weather records from Ben Nevis
The Guardian • Kate Ravilious
Awakening Global Consciousness With Cleantech Activism
CleanTechnica • Carolyn Fortuna
Singh’s primary political problem isn’t Trudeau. It’s premiers.
iPolitics • Michael Harris
Long Beach Motorcycle Show 2017 — Electric Motorcycles Sneaking In
CleanTechnica • Nicolas Zart
Sick of Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Check out Shop for Good Sunday
Daily Kos • Laura Clawson
Mountmellick flooding: ‘I don’t know where we go from here’
Video Wall • Rosita Boland
 
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A Tesla Too Pricey? E-Bikes Offer Entry-Level Electric Transportation
The New York TimesJohn R. Quain
Electric cars remain something of a novelty, commanding premium prices and presenting charging challenges, but another kind of electric vehicle has been gaining momentum: the e-bike. Globally, electric cars — battery and plug-in hybrids — account for only about 1 percent of...
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Solar Industry, Wind Power
Turnbull dined with Chinese donor days after company gave $40k to Queensland LNP
Australian Broadcasting CorporationHenry Belot, Matthew Doran
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull had an exclusive dinner with a wealthy Chinese businessman four days after one his companies donated $40,000 to the Queensland Liberal National Party. The revelation comes amid debate about Chinese companies trying to exert influence on the nation's...
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Wind Power
DAILY BRIEFING: One term for Trump, reckons JP Morgan boss
Moneyinvesting | Mail OnlineCity, Finance Reporter, The Daily Mail
TRUMP'S ALERT Donald Trump is likely to only last one term as US president, according to Jamie Dimon, the boss of Wall Street bank JP Morgan. But he says rival Democrats ‘have to come up with a reasonable candidate or Trump will...
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Auto Industry, Electric Vehicles
Volkswagen Reveals Golf 48V Mild Hybrids, Rear Electric Motor Considered
autoevolution newsAutoevolution
Mazda isn't the only company looking to make its hatchback more powerful and efficient at the same time. Volkswagen has just revealed that it is indeed working on a 1.5 TSI MHEV (mild hybrid electric vehicle) system which is likely to make...
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Renewable Energy
Weatherwatch: rescuing weather records from Ben Nevis
The GuardianKate Ravilious
In 1883 a weather observatory was opened on Britain’s highest peak, Ben Nevis. For the next 21 years the summit observatory was manned continuously by three meteorologists, with detailed measurements taken every hour, day and night, throughout the year. This week around...
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Cleantech, Climate Change
Awakening Global Consciousness With Cleantech Activism
CleanTechnicaCarolyn Fortuna
Awakening global consciousness is an incremental and often frustrating process. Uncertainty due to instability in economic, governmental, political, environmental, and healthcare models can make us feel emotions that range anywhere from discouraged to distraught — to angry and ready to act. A...
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Hydropower
Singh’s primary political problem isn’t Trudeau. It’s premiers.
iPoliticsMichael Harris
The only thing that took the Liberals from third-party status to majority government was Justin Trudeau. The only thing that will ever take the federal NDP from third-party status to something better is Jagmeet Singh. That’s the theory, at least. But Singh’s...
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Auto Industry, Cleantech
Long Beach Motorcycle Show 2017 — Electric Motorcycles Sneaking In
CleanTechnicaNicolas Zart
The Long Beach Motorcycle Show 2017 is officially over but the buzz is still felt. And this time, after a few years absence, electric motorcycles were sneaking into the 2017 Long Beach Motorcycle show. The last time we saw electric motorcycles at...
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Sick of Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Check out Shop for Good Sunday
Daily KosLaura Clawson
When it comes to holiday shopping, Black Friday is the day to get stampeded trying to get a large-screen TV at a big box store. On Small Business Saturday, you weigh whether the American Express marketing is too cynical to diminish the...
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Hydropower
Mountmellick flooding: ‘I don’t know where we go from here’
Video WallRosita Boland
“She can’t look at this; it’s breaking her heart,” says Jimmy O’Neill, who is showing me the flood damage in the Mountmellick, Co Laois house he shares with his wife, Kathleen. Kathleen O’Neill is so distressed by the sudden, unexpected flooding that...
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