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  • Government Plans Push For Large-Scale Adoption Of Electric Vehicles In India

    Government Plans Push For Large-Scale Adoption Of Electric Vehicles In India

    The government's top brass, led by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, will brainstorm on Thursday on how best it can push large-scale adoption of electric vehicles in the country, ahead of the roll-out of FAME India - the national mission on electric mobility. At the meeting scheduled for February 23, Power, Coal, Mines and New & Renewable Energy Minis...

  • Tata Motors Reveals India's First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus

    Tata Motors Reveals India's First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus

    Tata Motors launched the future of mass public transportation at its Pune facility and took another step in the direction of green technology and mobility solutions. The company launched the Starbus Electric 9m, Starbus Electric 12m and the Starbus Hybrid 12m range of buses which are designed, developed, powered by alternate fuels and made in India...

  • India Headed For A Green Energy Revolution: Harvard Scientist

    India Headed For A Green Energy Revolution: Harvard Scientist

    Harvard chemist and energy innovator Daniel G. Nocera is a man on a "renewable" mission. The inventor of the artificial leaf and co-creator of its bionic version plans to launch a pilot of the advanced technology in India with the assertion that a "renewable energy revolution will take place" in the country.

  • Audi Vehicles To Talk To U.S. Traffic Signals

    Audi Vehicles To Talk To U.S. Traffic Signals

    German carmaker Audi is rolling out technology that will allow its vehicles in the United States to communicate with traffic signals, allowing for a more stress-free ride in what it says is the car industry's first commercial use of the nascent technology.

  • Foxconn Gets Green Light From China's Antitrust Regulator for Sharp Deal

    Foxconn Gets Green Light From China's Antitrust Regulator for Sharp Deal

    Hon Hai gains Sharp's cutting-edge LCD panel technology with the $3.5-billion buyout.

  • Fully Electric Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck Concept Revealed; Can Travel 200Km On A Single Charge

    Fully Electric Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck Concept Revealed; Can Travel 200Km On A Single Charge

    Now, Mercedes-Benz had already shown this concept earlier in July 2016 but it wore a camouflage which was difficult to see through and of course, we had no idea what the eTruck would actually look like. What we knew back then was that it was green; extremely green.

  • Hillary Clinton Plans To 'Staple' Green Cards On STEM Graduates' Diplomas

    Hillary Clinton Plans To 'Staple' Green Cards On STEM Graduates' Diplomas

    In an effort to attract the best talented persons from across the globe, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has said that if elected she will launch a "start-up" visa and staple Green card with masters and PhD degrees in science and technology category.

  • Shanghai Ready To Help India To Combat Pollution: Official

    Shanghai Ready To Help India To Combat Pollution: Official

    China is ready to share advanced technology, experiences, as well as 'green' practices with India to counter the effects of environmental degradation, such as air pollution, caused by the economic development of cities, a top Shanghai foreign affairs official has said.

  • Watch Out Motorists, Driverless Cars Closer to Green Light

    Watch Out Motorists, Driverless Cars Closer to Green Light

    Existing laws pose few barriers to adoption of autonomous vehicle technology so long as cars and trucks stick with existing designs allowing humans to take control.

  • Chinese Market Electrifying For 'Green' Cars

    Chinese Market Electrifying For 'Green' Cars

    Government subsidies are fuelling a boom in electric vehicles in China, driving hopes for the industry's global future as the world's biggest car market offers economies of scale that could make the technology mainstream.

  • Indian-Origin Engineer Discovers New Green Power Source

    Indian-Origin Engineer Discovers New Green Power Source

    An Indian-origin engineer and his team from Concordia University have created a technology to harness the electrical energy from blue-green algae.

  • PM Narendra Modi Pushes Grand Global Solar Alliance Before G20

    PM Narendra Modi Pushes Grand Global Solar Alliance Before G20

    India on Sunday nudged the G20 to ensure finances and technology worth $100 billion are made available for countries to pursue clean energy during their development, and pushed for its proposal for a grand alliance of solar-rich nations to make this key source of green power an integral part of people's lives.

  • London's Iconic Black Cab to Go Green by 2017

    London's Iconic Black Cab to Go Green by 2017

    The quintessentially British mode of transport is now looking to usher in an era of change as the Chinese automaker Geely-owned company unveiled the new black TX5 cab on Wednesday in London.

  • Mushrooms Could Help Power Future Smartphones

    Mushrooms Could Help Power Future Smartphones

    Nanocarbon architectures derived from biological materials in mushrooms can be considered a green and sustainable alternative to graphite-based anodes.

  • Soon, Edible Batteries That Power 'Smart' Pills to Organs

    Soon, Edible Batteries That Power 'Smart' Pills to Organs

    Ingestible medical devices and even 3D-printed pills have been given the green light for patient use in recent years.

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