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ORNL demonstrates 120 kW wireless charging for vehicles; 97% efficiency

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Only In An Computer Simulated Alternative Reality Programed By Aliens Tripping On Bad Acid Is A Mitch McConnell Possible #JoeTakesOnTheNews

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Study finds US air pollution deaths nearly halved between 1990 and 2010

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A new study led by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has found that deaths related to air pollution in the US were nearly halved between 1990 and 2010. The open-access study is published in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.

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@LATimes – Isn’t Bonesawing The Body Of A Journalist Brutal Enough To Make The Headline? But Hey, Congrats On The New Food Writer #JoeTakesOnTheNews

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Tesla removes Full Self Driving option from website for all models

Green Car Reports

Friday marked exactly two years since Tesla announced that every one of its cars was being produced with the hardware needed for Full Self-Driving. Friday was also the first full day that Tesla removed the option from its configurator—at the same time that it introduced a new $45k Model 3 Mid Range, effectively splitting the difference. Autonomous cars Tesla Autopilot

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Nouryon, Tata Steel, Port of Amsterdam to study feasibility of largest green H2 cluster in Europe; 100 MW water electrolysis facility

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Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals), Tata Steel and the Port of Amsterdam have joined together to study the feasibility of a large green hydrogen cluster in the Amsterdam region. The three parties consider green hydrogen as vital for reaching climate targets and building a more circular economy—e.g., by combining it with emissions from steel manufacture to make new products.

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Tesla Model 3 shuffle, Jaguar I-Pace delivery, and Hyundai first drives: The Week in Reverse

Green Car Reports

Will Tesla see a groundswell of interest in its new, $45k Model 3 Mid Range, and is it doing the right thing in (perhaps temporarily) dropping the Full Self-Driving option from the configurator? And how might Nissan price its upcoming longer-range version of the Leaf electric car? This is Green Car Reports’ look back at the Week in Reverse. The Week In Reverse

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