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European Green Energy Firms Often Fall Short on Financing

LONDON — When Jakob Bitner was 7, he left Russia for Germany with his parents and sister. Twenty-eight years later, he is set on solving a vexing green-energy problem that […]







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Hyundai Ioniq 5 Review: Nodding to Past While Pushing Toward E.V. Future

An Audi-esque clamshell hood drapes elegantly over front fenders. Signature, pixelated lighting flashes blocks of LEDs from headlamps and taillamps, recalling Tetris and other vintage eight-bit video games. Optional 20-inch […]




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Apple iPhone SE Review: A Phone for the Anti-Consumer

Apple has a new, cheaper iPhone arriving in stores on Friday that encapsulates the bare minimum of what we need in a smartphone. The latest iPhone SE has a bright […]




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Frustrated With Utilities, Some Californians Are Leaving the Grid

The appeal of off-grid homes has grown in part because utilities have become less reliable. As natural disasters linked to climate change have increased, there have been more extended blackouts […]




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Carmakers Race to Control Next-Generation Battery Technology

WOBURN, Mass. — Already far behind Asian manufacturers in building electric car batteries, U.S. automakers and their suppliers are racing to develop a new generation of batteries that are cheaper, […]




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Why This Could Be a Critical Year for Electric Cars

Sales of cars powered solely by batteries surged in the United States, Europe and China last year, while deliveries of fossil fuel vehicles were stagnant. Demand for electric cars is […]




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Why Tesla Soared as Other Automakers Struggled to Make Cars

For much of last year, established automakers like General Motors and Ford Motor operated in a different reality from Tesla, the electric car company.G.M. and Ford closed one factory after […]