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Staff editor at Ars Technica. My views are my own. You might be confusing me with the more eloquent Morgan Guess of A.R.S. Technical.

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Orkney Islands routes are front-runners for first commercial electric flights
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Orkney Islands routes are front-runners for first commercial electric flights
October, 18 2018
New 100-mile electric van matches diesel vans on price, Workhorse saysars_ab.settitle(1396079);
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New 100-mile electric van matches diesel vans on price, Workhorse saysars_ab.settitle(1396079);
October, 17 2018
Tesla buys 210-acre site for factory in Shanghai
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Tesla buys 210-acre site for factory in Shanghai
October, 17 2018
Trump’s coal rescue is getting more complicated
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Trump’s coal rescue is getting more complicated
October, 16 2018
New Jersey wants to know why Florida is exempt from Trump’s offshore drilling plans
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New Jersey wants to know why Florida is exempt from Trump’s offshore drilling plans
October, 14 2018
Five graphics from Google show how carbon-intensive its data centers really are
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Five graphics from Google show how carbon-intensive its data centers really are
October, 11 2018
Australia doesn’t care to break its coal habit in the face of climate change
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Australia doesn’t care to break its coal habit in the face of climate change
October, 11 2018
Why would Exxon donate $1 million to a carbon tax initiative?
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Why would Exxon donate $1 million to a carbon tax initiative?
October, 9 2018
European offshore wind giant buys US’ most successful offshore wind company
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European offshore wind giant buys US’ most successful offshore wind company
October, 8 2018
Are super-cheap solar fields in the Middle East just loss-leaders?
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Are super-cheap solar fields in the Middle East just loss-leaders?
October, 8 2018
Energy Department proposes funding for Ohio’s first offshore wind projectars_ab.settitle(1388587);
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Energy Department proposes funding for Ohio’s first offshore wind projectars_ab.settitle(1388587);
October, 6 2018
Company that sucks CO2 from air announces a new methane-producing plantars_ab.settitle(1387869);
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Company that sucks CO2 from air announces a new methane-producing plantars_ab.settitle(1387869);
October, 4 2018
It’s been 5 years since Elon Musk proposed a Hyperloop designars_ab.settitle(1387157);
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It’s been 5 years since Elon Musk proposed a Hyperloop designars_ab.settitle(1387157);
October, 4 2018
Tonight a Virgin Atlantic 747 will fly on fuel made from industrial waste gasars_ab.settitle(1386065);
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Tonight a Virgin Atlantic 747 will fly on fuel made from industrial waste gasars_ab.settitle(1386065);
October, 2 2018
California amends rules to push vehicles toward hydrogen, electricity, biofuelars_ab.settitle(1385007);
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California amends rules to push vehicles toward hydrogen, electricity, biofuelars_ab.settitle(1385007);
September, 30 2018
International Energy Agency predicts wind will dominate Europe’s grid by 2027ars_ab.settitle(1384183);
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International Energy Agency predicts wind will dominate Europe’s grid by 2027ars_ab.settitle(1384183);
September, 28 2018
Dept. of Justice cracks down on another multimillion dollar biofuel fraudsterars_ab.settitle(1383441);
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Dept. of Justice cracks down on another multimillion dollar biofuel fraudsterars_ab.settitle(1383441);
September, 27 2018
Vote results: Construction will continue on Vogtle nuclear power plantars_ab.settitle(1383137);
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Vote results: Construction will continue on Vogtle nuclear power plantars_ab.settitle(1383137);
September, 27 2018
Panasonic completing 3 new cell production lines at Tesla’s Gigafactory
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Panasonic completing 3 new cell production lines at Tesla’s Gigafactory
September, 26 2018
A good announcement and a bad announcement for two nuclear-energy startupsars_ab.settitle(1382405);
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A good announcement and a bad announcement for two nuclear-energy startupsars_ab.settitle(1382405);
September, 26 2018
After-market car tech firm sold 363,000 emissions-cheating devices, DOJ saysars_ab.settitle(1382135);
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After-market car tech firm sold 363,000 emissions-cheating devices, DOJ saysars_ab.settitle(1382135);
September, 25 2018
After working with Tesla’s Australia battery, wind company wants more batteries
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After working with Tesla’s Australia battery, wind company wants more batteries
September, 25 2018
Four maps show how electricity generation has changed in the USars_ab.settitle(1381117);
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Four maps show how electricity generation has changed in the USars_ab.settitle(1381117);
September, 23 2018
Low pay, poor prospects, and psychological toll: The perils of microtask work
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Low pay, poor prospects, and psychological toll: The perils of microtask work
September, 23 2018
Potential buyers for largest coal plant in the Western US back outars_ab.settitle(1380287);
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Potential buyers for largest coal plant in the Western US back outars_ab.settitle(1380287);
September, 21 2018
Wyoming proposes making cleanup funding rules stricter for coal companiesars_ab.settitle(1379717);
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Wyoming proposes making cleanup funding rules stricter for coal companiesars_ab.settitle(1379717);
September, 20 2018
Georgia’s Vogtle nuclear reactors face an uncertain vote in coming daysars_ab.settitle(1379495);
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Georgia’s Vogtle nuclear reactors face an uncertain vote in coming daysars_ab.settitle(1379495);
September, 20 2018
First hydrogen-powered train hits the tracks in Germany
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First hydrogen-powered train hits the tracks in Germany
September, 20 2018
EU investigating German automakers, alleging collusion on emissions techars_ab.settitle(1378689);
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EU investigating German automakers, alleging collusion on emissions techars_ab.settitle(1378689);
September, 19 2018
Construction to begin on 36 megawatt Moroccan wind farm for Bitcoin miningars_ab.settitle(1377131);
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Construction to begin on 36 megawatt Moroccan wind farm for Bitcoin miningars_ab.settitle(1377131);
September, 18 2018
US Congress passes bill to help advanced nuclear power
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US Congress passes bill to help advanced nuclear power
September, 16 2018
Trump’s solar tariff isn’t hurting the industry as much as everyone expected
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Trump’s solar tariff isn’t hurting the industry as much as everyone expected
September, 13 2018
Boring Company approved to build a tunnel entrance inside a residential garage
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Boring Company approved to build a tunnel entrance inside a residential garage
September, 13 2018
Trump admin. proposes rollback of methane rules to save industry $484 millionars_ab.settitle(1371751);
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Trump admin. proposes rollback of methane rules to save industry $484 millionars_ab.settitle(1371751);
September, 11 2018
CA Gov. says 100% clean electricity not enough, state must go carbon neutralars_ab.settitle(1371283);
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CA Gov. says 100% clean electricity not enough, state must go carbon neutralars_ab.settitle(1371283);
September, 10 2018
“Lighthouse Detector” can distinguish between many sources of radiation
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“Lighthouse Detector” can distinguish between many sources of radiation
September, 9 2018
Mapping what it would take for a renaissance for nuclear energy
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Mapping what it would take for a renaissance for nuclear energy
September, 7 2018
Japan acknowledges first radiation-linked death out of Fukushimaars_ab.settitle(1368977);
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Japan acknowledges first radiation-linked death out of Fukushimaars_ab.settitle(1368977);
September, 5 2018
EU Commission President supports ending seasonal time changesars_ab.settitle(1367087);
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EU Commission President supports ending seasonal time changesars_ab.settitle(1367087);
August, 31 2018
Governor’s desk last stop to California pledging 100% carbon-free energy by 2045ars_ab.settitle(1365923);
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Governor’s desk last stop to California pledging 100% carbon-free energy by 2045ars_ab.settitle(1365923);
August, 30 2018
Ohio man is latest to be sentenced for millions in biofuel credit fraudars_ab.settitle(1365283);
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Ohio man is latest to be sentenced for millions in biofuel credit fraudars_ab.settitle(1365283);
August, 29 2018
In 2017, four US states generated more than 30% of their electricity from windars_ab.settitle(1364325);
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In 2017, four US states generated more than 30% of their electricity from windars_ab.settitle(1364325);
August, 27 2018
Federal power company considering closing two coal plants despite new EPA rulesars_ab.settitle(1363899);
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Federal power company considering closing two coal plants despite new EPA rulesars_ab.settitle(1363899);
August, 24 2018
EPA offers Clean Power Plan replacement that could add 1,400 deaths per yearars_ab.settitle(1361583);
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EPA offers Clean Power Plan replacement that could add 1,400 deaths per yearars_ab.settitle(1361583);
August, 21 2018
Elon Musk’s Boring Company proposes one-way, 3.6 mile tunnel to Dodger Stadium
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Elon Musk’s Boring Company proposes one-way, 3.6 mile tunnel to Dodger Stadium
August, 16 2018
New sponge for cleaning harbor oil leaks has a successful real world test
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New sponge for cleaning harbor oil leaks has a successful real world test
August, 16 2018
Are diesel’s days numbered? A view from a trip to BYD’s electric bus factory
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Are diesel’s days numbered? A view from a trip to BYD’s electric bus factory
August, 14 2018
EPA docs don’t show any scientific evidence for Scott Pruitt’s climate claims
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EPA docs don’t show any scientific evidence for Scott Pruitt’s climate claims
August, 8 2018
Report: Tesla’s latest production troubles are happening at its solar factory
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Report: Tesla’s latest production troubles are happening at its solar factory
August, 8 2018
Recuperating power: Charging a prototype Audi e-tron with kinetic energy
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Recuperating power: Charging a prototype Audi e-tron with kinetic energy
August, 7 2018
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