Boise, Idaho to reach 100% clean electricity goal by 2023

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Days after President Biden visited Boise , Idaho to highlight the need for action on climate change, the city's mayor announced that the city will reach its 100% clean electricity goal by 2023, years ahead of schedule. Follow @EngelsAngle.

EV startup Canoo plans to produce electric pickup in 2023

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Executive Chairman Tony Aquila said the Los Angeles-based company will begin taking pre-orders in the second quarter of 2021, and aims to launch the truck in the first quarter of 2023. EV startup Canoo has announced plans for an electric pickup truck.

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Ford says it will invest more in EVs than in ICEs in 2023

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Now Ford North America COO Lisa Drake says the company expects to be spending more on electrified vehicles than it does on fossil vehicles by 2023. “In In 2023…we’ll spend more on EVs than we will on ICE,” Drake told the Detroit News. “We’ve

Germany to ban controversial weed-killer glyphosate by 2023

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Reaching for the weed killer glyphosate in Germany won’t be an option much longer

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Renault Trucks to offer an EV in every market segment from 2023

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Renault Trucks has announced that, from 2023, it will offer an all-electric model in each of the segments it serves: distribution, construction and long distance. tractor to meet the needs of regional and inter-regional transport, as well as an EV designed for urban construction, by 2023.

Local Authorities need to implement separate food waste collections by 2023: ADBA calls for urgent funding

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Separate food waste collections will become mandatory in England from 2023. Local Authorities need to put structure in place now to be ready by 2023. The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) calls for funding to be provided without delay to make this possible.

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Thermo King to deliver a fully electric product in every segment of the cold chain by 2023

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As new products are added to the evolve portfolio, electric solutions will be available in every cold chain segment in the Europe, Middle East and Africa markets by 2023, and in the Americas by 2025.

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Ford Commits To EV-Only Future In Europe, First Model Due In 2023

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The first full-line passenger EV to emerge from its Cologne, Germany, plant under the new strategy will arrive in two years, in 2023, with a second EV likely to come a year later.

'Guilt-free sausages': Lab-grown pork could be coming to British menus by 2023

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The company said its "guilt-free sausages" were on track to appear in supermarkets and restaurants by 2023, with 'meatballs' and 'beef burger' products set to follow. UK developer Ivy Farm Technologies sets sights on producing 12,000 tonnes of cultivated pork each year by 2025.

UN-backed Taskforce eyes 2023 for nature-related risk disclosure framework

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The framework for TNFD - a UN-backed initiative that will look to replicate the success of Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) - is expected by 2023.

EV Startup Canoo’s New, Rounded Pickup Truck Arrives In 2023

Forbes Green Tech

Canoo has designed a number of unusual features into its new truck to help it stand out in the increasingly crowded electric pickup segment.

TNFD: Nature-related risk disclosure guidelines set to launch in 2023

Business Green

We encourage a wide range of financial institutions and corporates to participate in the TNFD and to become early adopters of the TNFD framework when it launches in 2023.".

Addison Lee revs up plans for fully electric fleet by 2023

Business Green

London's largest private transport provider said it is set to add 200 electric vehicles (EVs) to its fleet every month from November, putting it on track to complete a full transition to electric cars by 2023.

California Demands 3.3GW of New Resources by 2023 to Meet Looming Grid Shortfall

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gigawatts by 2023, including the retirement of OTC capacity. Each will need to procure half of their total by 2021, 75 percent of it by 2022, and all of it by 2023. California regulators have approved a 3.3-gigawatt "all-source" procurement that will pit new renewables, energy storage, demand response and other clean resources against natural gas-fired power plants in a race to meet what could be a major shortfall in grid capacity in the next four years.

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Nikola Building $600 Million Plant In Arizona Desert To Get Hydrogen Big Rigs Rolling By 2023

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The first phase of the factory on 430 acres an hour from Phoenix opens late next year with production of the battery-electric Nikola Tre trucks.

Report: Algae Market to Reach $45bn by 2023

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billion by 2023, according to a new report from Fish 2.0 , a business competition designed to increase investment in sustainable seafood startups. The post Report: Algae Market to Reach $45bn by 2023 appeared first on AFN.

Electrolux to phase-out HFC gases from fridges and freezers by 2023

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Electrolux has pledged to replace all "high-impact greenhouse gases" from its fridges, freezers, washing machines, and other cooling appliances by 2023, as the white goods brand accelerates its efforts to become fully 'climate-neutral' throughout its value chain by 2050.

'Modern, smarter, digitally enabled': Ofgem sets out price control plan for local networks from 2023

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Energy regulator sets out how it expects to deliver a 'more modern, smarter, digitally enabled' grid that can support up to 11 million electric vehicles by 2030 and increased demand for heat pumps.

3 Questions Uber Hopes To Answer Before The 2023 Launch Of Uber Air

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Uber’s data scientists are hustling to create simulated air mobility systems for specific cities ahead of the promised 2023 launch of Uber Air

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Solar Photovoltaic Panels Market to Reach $307,204 Million by 2023 at 15.0% CAGR: AMR

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Demand for solar photovoltaic is on an increase owing to the need to reduce energy costs. In addition, commercial and residential buildings are the most energy captive end users due to increase in demand for electricity to upkeep their in-house operations

California utilities, aggregators authorized to procure 3.3 GW of clean energy by 2023

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The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) authorized the state’s utilities and community choice aggregators (CCAs) to procure 3,300 megawatts of incremental clean energy capacity by 2023, the bulk of which is expected to come from hybrid solar plus-storage-projects and stand-alone battery storage systems. GW of clean energy by 2023 appeared first on Solar Power World.

Alliant Energy’s clean energy plan includes 1 GW of solar by 2023

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The plan highlights the company’s five key areas of focus in helping customers and communities participate in a more sustainable, technology-intensive energy future: clean energy, customer choice, smarter energy use, community involvement and conversions to… The post Alliant Energy’s clean energy plan includes 1 GW of solar by 2023 appeared first on Solar Power World.

Germany to ban controversial weed-killer glyphosate by 2023

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But the controversial chemical won’t have the chance to do either, as ministers have reported that the German government is banning the use of glyphosate when the EU’s approval period expires in 2023. France has also decided to ban glyphosate by 2023. Germany to ban controversial weed-killer glyphosate by 2023. Reaching for the weed-killer glyphosate in Germany won’t be an option much longer.

Canoo unveils 100% electric delivery vans that start at $33K

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Canoo plans to launch two versions of a multipurpose delivery vehicle by 2023

California just took a huge step towards building electrification

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The new code passed by the California Energy Commission will include electric heat pumps as a baseline technology for new construction starting in 2023, taking a towards removing natural gas from buildings and requiring all new builds to be electric-ready

Sun Cable appoints Kiran Raj as group chief financial officer

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Raj’s role involves securing funding for Sun Cable’s Australia-Asia PowerLink—the world’s largest solar farm and longest sub-sea cable connection—by 2023

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Finland Breaks Ground On Its Deep Geologic Nuclear Waste Repository

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Operation of the repository is expected to begin in 2023. The Finnish waste management company, Posiva Oy, announced the start of excavation on their deep geologic nuclear waste repository for their spent nuclear fuel. The total cost estimate is about €2.6 billion ($3.4 billion).

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Redevelopment project brings major green space to Tokyo

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Set for completion in 2023, the Toranomon-Azabudai Urban Redevelopment Project is a collaboration between urban landscape developer Mori Building Co. and luxury hotel operator Aman

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LAVA designs carbon-neutral LIFE Hamburg with an edible green roof

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Slated to open 2023, the solar-powered sustainable building will feature a carbon dioxide-absorbing green facade and an organic rooftop garden

Indonesia’s pipeline of coal plants undermines pledge to only build renewables

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Although the country has said it will go all renewable from 2023, its current construction of lignite power plants will generate emissions for decades

$87M wildlife bridge in California will be a haven for mountain lions

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Mountain lions in Southern California will have a safer place to roam by 2023 thanks to an $87 million bridge being designed northwest of Los Angeles and spread out above the busy 101 Highway

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Crowley to build the US's first fully-electric tugboat

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After more than a century in business, tugboat pioneers at Crowley Maritime Corporation have revealed their design for the world’s first all-electric harbor tugboat, due to hit the water in 2023

Solarwatt opens three new production facilities for energy storage and solar modules

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of the company by 2023• Official opening ceremony with Saxony's Minister President Michael Kretschmer. and other guests of honour • State-of-the-art module production line with a production capacity of. 300 megawatt peak • Inauguration of two new energy storage production lines • Solarwatt to invest around 100 million euros in further development.

Rudolph Libbe Group to lead construction on First Solar’s new U.S. manufacturing plant

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The facility is scheduled to commence operations in the first half of 2023 The Rudolph Libbe Group will serve as design/build contractor for First Solar Inc.'s s new $680 million solar module manufacturing facility in Lake Township, Ohio. Construction is expected to begin this summer on the 1.8

Russia’s Top Brass Coordinates Hydrogen Plans

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President Putin asked the government to introduce hydrogen transit buses by 2023. Transportation /transportation Business /business Transportation /transportation Energy /energy Policy /policy Innovation /innovation Green Tech /green-tech

Volkswagen ramps up EV production target to 1.5 million by 2025

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German giant now expects to produce one million EVs by 2023, two years earlier than previously planned

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ZeroAvia wins £12-million grant to bring fuel cell aviation powertrain to market

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million) in government funding to deliver a hydrogen-electric aircraft to the market by 2023. The goal is to demonstrate a 19-seat aircraft with a 350-mile flight in early 2023. ZeroAvia, a specialist in hydrogen-electric aviation, has secured £12.3 million ($16.3

How residential solar installers can take advantage of 2021’s perfect storm

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By Charlie Knadler, CEO, EnerBank USA At the end of last year, Congress extended the renewable energy tax credit through the end of 2023. For solar projects that begin construction in 2021 and 2022, the tax credit will remain at 26%, and then decline to 22% for 2023.

GM Invests In More Solar, Michigan Facilities To Be Powered By Renewables

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GM plans to source all the electricity for its southeast Michigan facilities from renewable sources by 2023 thanks to an investment in 500 MWh of solar from DTE Energy

Envirotec Magazine - Untitled Article

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In addition, the document outlines several exemptions within the regulations and highlights further changes that are due to come into force in July 2023.

Not ready to buy a battery today? Here’s how to prepare your solar project for future energy storage

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In California, this practice will be mandatory for new single-family residential builds starting in 2023.

2020 Ends With 429,000 Fewer Americans Employed in Clean Energy

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• For first time, clean energy sector ends year with fewer workers than when it began • At current recovery rate, sector would not reach pre-COVID employment level until 2023 • Women and Hispanic workers lost jobs in December despite overall uptick in employment

APS expands RFP to seek up to 150-MW of additional solar capacity

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These resources are expected to be in service in 2023 and 2024. The addendum seeks an additional 100- to 150-MW photovoltaic solar resource to be owned by APS and in service by early 2023. Arizona Public Service Co.