Colin Payne

Expert content creator for the photography, science, clean tech, sustainability and renewable energy spaces.

With a Bachelor of Journalism and a background in community newspapers, Colin Payne has been creating compelling content for more than a decade. His past clients range from small startups to large multinational corporations like Visa, Chase, Redbull and Canon.
Colin's clients benefit not only from lively, on-brand and well-crafted content, but also from top-notch customer service and a deep aversion to missed deadlines.
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Electric airplane prototype breaks world speed records in test flight
April, 6 2017
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Is tidal power finally coming of age?
April, 4 2017
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Tiny Scottish island powers itself with community-owned off-grid energy system
March, 31 2017
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London and Paris mayors announce new emissions monitoring system for vehicles
March, 30 2017
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World’s first zero-emissions hydrogen train aces maiden voyage
March, 24 2017
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Incredible video of Mars stitched together by hand from 33,000 images
March, 23 2017
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German coal mine set to become “giant battery” for storing renewable energy
March, 21 2017
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Airbus and Italdesign unveil modular urban land and air transport system
March, 17 2017
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Lucid releases details about new electric car – including $60,000 price tag
March, 17 2017
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100-foot spinning sails harvest wind to power ships
March, 15 2017
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India triples solar power capacity in three years
March, 14 2017
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New 2D perovskite cell could slash the cost of solar
March, 13 2017
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Alaska gas leak endangering beluga whales won’t be fixed until the ice melts
March, 6 2017
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Amazon to install large-scale solar systems on 50 facilities by 2020
March, 3 2017
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Research reveals the Earth may have once had a solid egg-like crust
March, 5 2017
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Shell predicted the effects of climate change in its own 1991 film
March, 1 2017
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New material made from fiber-reinforced hydrogels is 5 times tougher than steel
February, 28 2017
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Apple’s $5 billion spaceship campus to open in April as “Apple Park”
February, 23 2017
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Uber rolls out autonomous cars in Arizona
February, 22 2017
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London is charging old, polluting vehicles a £10 fine to drive in the city
February, 20 2017
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Dubai plans to launch autonomous flying drone taxis by mid-2017
February, 17 2017
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The world’s first flying car is finally available for pre-order
February, 17 2017
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New solar canopy provides both shade and clean energy
February, 16 2017
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Scientists discover immense pool of molten carbon beneath the Western United States
February, 15 2017
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Stanford researchers pioneer world’s first affordable urea battery
February, 13 2017
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Meet Gita, an intelligent autonomous cargo robot that can carry your stuff
February, 8 2017
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MIT researchers invent an ingestible battery powered by stomach acid
February, 12 2017
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Japan’s experimental mission to clean up space junk ends in failure
February, 7 2017
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Researchers invent paper that can be printed with light and reused 80 times
February, 6 2017
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Electric cars and solar power could freeze fossil fuel growth by 2020
February, 3 2017
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New research shows the universe may be one giant hologram
February, 4 2017
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NASA releases startling new images showing 30 years of change on Earth
January, 25 2017
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New periodic table shows the cosmic origins of your body’s elements
January, 24 2017
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Wyoming lawmakers launch bill that would ban selling renewable energy
January, 22 2017
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World’s largest CO2 sink stores 27,000 grams of carbon per square meter
January, 16 2017
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New project could see UK electric trains powered by off-grid solar
January, 11 2017
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Petroleum giant abandons tar sands in favor of wind power
December, 29 2016
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Uber launches first fleet of electric vehicles in Madrid, Spain
December, 23 2016
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Former California farm produces solar power that’s cheaper than fossil fuels
December, 23 2016
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NASA is helping Stephen Hawking launch a “self-healing” starship to Alpha Centauri
December, 13 2016
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SolarWindow unveils ultra-thin solar film for curved glass surfaces
December, 12 2016
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These crazy CarTubes could move city traffic underground
December, 6 2016
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