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Tesla Value Hits $100 Billion. Will Elon Musk Get a Big Bonus?

By Niraj Chokshi

The chief executive could get a stock award worth hundreds of millions if the carmaker’s market capitalization is sustained in the months ahead.

Tesla Value Hits $100 Billion. Will Elon Musk Get a Big Bonus?

By Niraj Chokshi

The chief executive could get a stock award worth hundreds of millions if the carmaker’s market capitalization is sustained in the months ahead.

A Late Push to Find Wildfire Victims Doubles PG&E Claims

By Ivan Penn

The number of individuals seeking compensation from the utility more than doubled in just over two months.

Making Yellow School Buses a Little More Green

By Ellen Rosen

Some school districts are replacing diesel buses with electric models to benefit students and the environment. But the change is expensive so utilities like Dominion Energy are helping offset the cost.

Making Yellow School Buses a Little More Green

By Ellen Rosen

Some school districts are replacing diesel buses with electric models to benefit students and the environment. But the change is expensive so utilities like Dominion Energy are helping offset the cost.

Bioeconomy hype shouldn’t put biodiversity preservation at risk, experts say

By Mateusz Kucharczyk

While experts claim that Poland could become key for the EU’s bioeconomy, scientists are calling for the sustainable use of forest resources in energy production. EURACTIV Poland reports.

New cars still way behind in reaching EU emission standards by 2021

By Victor Miget

While the European Union has set a limit of 95g/km for new vehicles, with one year to go before the deadline, manufacturers are stagnating at 122g/km according to AAA Data. EURACTIV's partner le Journal de l'environnement reports.

Earthquake Reveals Puerto Rico’s Electric Utility to Be Vulnerable, Again

By Patricia Mazzei, Ivan Penn and Frances Robles

The lines and poles rebuilt after Hurricane Maria held up, but some power plants did not, leading to another worrying blackout.

After Homes Collapse in Earthquake, Puerto Ricans Ask: Are We Safe?

By Patricia Mazzei, Edmy Ayala and Frances Robles

Thousands of Puerto Ricans slept outside, fearing new tremors, after the 6.4-magnitude earthquake that struck the island Tuesday.

Massive rise in EV charging points needed to reach EU climate goals, analysis finds

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

Europe needs fifteen times more electric vehicle public charging points by 2030 to support the EU’s goal of becoming “climate neutral” by mid-century, according to new research published today (8 January).

Puerto Rico Earthquake: Emergency Declared After 6.4 Magnitude Quake

By Edmy Ayala, Patricia Mazzei, Frances Robles and Sandra E. Garcia

The state of chaos that followed the 2017 storm robbed Puerto Ricans of any belief that their leaders could manage another natural disaster.

To Fight Climate Change, One City May Ban Heating Homes With Natural Gas

By Mike Baker

Seeking to do their part to avert climate change, dozens of cities are exploring ways to limit natural gas heating in new homes. One city may also require existing homeowners to make a switch.

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