megan geuss

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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Report: Carbon-capture group gets some serious lobbying muscle
March, 19 2019
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New Jersey becomes second state to ban cashless shops and restaurants
March, 18 2019
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At a quick Los Angeles event, Tesla announces the 300-mile-range Model Y
March, 15 2019
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862,520 Fiat-Chrysler vehicles have emissions issues, will be recalled
March, 13 2019
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New Mexico the most coal-heavy state to pledge 100% carbon-free energy by 2045ars_ab.settitle(1472915);
March, 13 2019
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GOP funds messaging sites that look remarkably like trusted local news
March, 11 2019
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Sorry Amazon: Philadelphia bans cashless stores
March, 7 2019
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Las Vegas convention authority wants The Boring Company to build 2-mile loop
March, 6 2019
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Tesla says New York incentive for non-proprietary chargers is “discriminatory”
March, 6 2019
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Amazon’s latest program to curb emissions? One delivery day per house, per week
February, 28 2019
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The advent of cheap, renewable hydrogen is nigh
February, 27 2019
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Utility to pay $119.5 million settlement after massive 2015 natural gas leak
February, 26 2019
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Airlines pledged to buy carbon offsets to slow warming, but that’s not enough
February, 26 2019
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Arizona utility reveals battery deals that give California a run for its moneyars_ab.settitle(1463499);
February, 24 2019
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Carbon capture struggles for footing, but optimism is in no short supplyars_ab.settitle(1449973);
February, 19 2019
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Japanese utility makes first contact with melted Fukushima fuel
February, 18 2019
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Electric truck startup announces $700 million funding round led by Amazonars_ab.settitle(1457691);
February, 17 2019
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Shell buys Sonnen, Tesla’s competitor in the home battery business
February, 15 2019
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Coal-plant closure in national spotlight moves ahead after TVA board votears_ab.settitle(1457031);
February, 14 2019
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Startup will store energy by forcing compressed air in a defunct zinc mine
February, 14 2019
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Since Trump tariffs, solar jobs have atrophied
February, 12 2019
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Electric car batteries might be worth recycling, but bus batteries aren’t yet
February, 12 2019
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Green New Deal bill aims to move US to 100% renewable energy, net-zero emissionsars_ab.settitle(1452793);
February, 7 2019
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Trump doesn’t mention coal in State of the Unionars_ab.settitle(1448639);
February, 6 2019
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Feds secretly ship plutonium to Nevada to meet South Carolina court order
January, 31 2019
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Tesla still in the black: More cars delivered, smaller profit than last quarter
January, 31 2019
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Elon Musk’s private jet appears to make frivolous flights, per Washington Post
January, 30 2019
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Major utility implicated in more than a dozen wildfires files for bankruptcy
January, 29 2019
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It’ll cost $45 billion, but Germany proposes to eliminate coal in 19 years
January, 28 2019
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Coal will remain part of the US grid until 2050, federal energy projections say
January, 26 2019
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US appeals court says California can set its own Low Carbon Fuel Standard
January, 23 2019
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Elon Musk has been pitching cheap tunnels from The Boring Company to big names
January, 21 2019
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“Our worst fears have come true,” VW Group exec wrote to Audi exec
January, 18 2019
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Oil from humble saltwater plant blended with jet fuel on Etihad Airways flight
January, 17 2019
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Tesla sells a new wall charger, Maryland backs away from big EV charging program
January, 16 2019
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EPA at a 30-year low for referring pollution cases for criminal prosecution
January, 15 2019
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How an Oak Ridge Lab group hopes to extend the lives of aging nuclear reactorsars_ab.settitle(1439459);
January, 14 2019
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After a boom year for new natural gas plants, renewables set to retake the lead
January, 14 2019
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Fiat Chrysler settles in lawsuit over diesel-emissions cheating
January, 10 2019
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Natural gas is now getting in the way; US carbon emissions increase by 3.4%
January, 8 2019
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Canadian plans to transport oil as solid briquettes move forward
January, 8 2019
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Renewables, led by wind, provided more power than coal in Germany in 2018
January, 4 2019
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GM’s 200,000th vehicle sold triggers Federal Tax Credit phase out, Reuters says
January, 3 2019
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June postscript: 5 unusual things you can make in an Internet-connected oven
December, 31 2018
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Report: Tesla has more than 3,300 Model 3s remaining in US inventory
December, 31 2018
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Offshore, Act Two: New owner repowers 20-year-old wind farm off Swedish coast
December, 30 2018
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Mining company says first autonomous freight train network is fully operational
December, 30 2018
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Under current policies, residential batteries increase emissions in most cases
December, 28 2018
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Pilot project demos credit cards with shifting CVV codes to stop fraud
December, 28 2018
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Musk lawyers move to dismiss cave explorer lawsuit over “pedo guy” tweets
December, 27 2018
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