Month: November 2021

7:55 PM ET Gary Patterson is out at TCU after 20 years as coach of the Horned Frogs, the school announced on Sunday night. In meeting with the longtime coach Sunday, school officials asked Patterson to finish this season, but he declined. Instead, Patterson, who coached in the Horned Frogs’ 31-12 loss at Kansas State
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Tesla is launching a pilot program for non-Tesla electric vehicles to use its Supercharger network for the first time. The pilot program is based at 10 Supercharger locations in the Netherlands. Over the last few months, Tesla has indicated that it plans to open the Supercharger network, its extensive global network of fast-charging stations, to
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India is kicking the can down the road on sulphur dioxide emissions despite being the world’s biggest emitter of the pollutant, according to an expert. Despite this week Boris Johnson declaring the world was at “one minute to midnight” on climate change, power plants in India are repeatedly being given extensions after failing to install
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Drive through the swamplands of Western Siberia, and you’ll pass one oil installation after the next. This is the largest petroleum basin on Earth and the heartland of Russia’s vast oil and gas reserves.  Pipelines cut through the swampy ground. Fuel tankers thunder past, carrying hydrocarbons for global delivery. There is not much sense of
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Alec Baldwin’s wife Hilaria has shared pictures of the family celebrating Halloween, saying the couple “rallied” to give their children a holiday following his film set shooting tragedy. She posted the pictures on Sunday, the day after Baldwin, 63, spoke out publicly for the first time since the accidental fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins
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Every time I write about solar vehicles, I get the same thing from people in the comments and on social media, like: “That’s a stupid gimmick that’ll add like a mile a day.” “What a joke. That can’t even run the air conditioning.” While these statements have been true for decades, solar technology and EV
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The Biden administration yesterday released a $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Framework. Despite the cuts that were made to the original $3.5 trillion proposal, it still includes significant investments in clean energy policy. Here’s what’s still in there. Investments in clean energy and fighting climate change include $320 billion for clean energy tax credits, $105
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7:15 PM ET Associated Press MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Alex Bowman was the only driver celebrating after NASCAR set its championship four — and he’s not even racing for the title. Bowman picked up the victory Sunday at Martinsville Speedway in the final elimination race ahead of the winner-take-all season finale. Bowman wasn’t eligible to make
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