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Study reveals additional hidden benefits of electric vehicles

A new study has uncovered two hidden benefits of electric vehicles that reinforce its environmental and cash-saving advantage over conventional vehicles.

Study reveals additional hidden benefits of electric vehicles
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The scientists turning detective to unlock the toxic secrets of fracking
(Wed 18/03)
Almost 3 million gallons of concentrated salt water leaked in early January from a ruptured pipeline at a natural gas drilling site near Williston, North Dakota. The brine, a by-product of the oil and gas extraction meth... Read more

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Bioenergy has the potential to keep the nation's lights on, report finds
(Wed 11/03)
Bioenergy has the potential to help secure UK energy supplies, mitigate climate change, and create significant green growth opportunities if deployed effectively, according to a new report from the Energy Technologies In... Read more

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Half of new US energy capacity to be generated from wind power
(Tue 10/03)
US electric generating companies expect to add more than 20 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale generating capacity to the power grid this year with nearly 50% being delivered from wind turbines. ... Read more

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Costs of common chemical exposure exceed €150 billion annually
(Thu 05/03)
A new economic analysis found exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals likely costs the European Union €157 billion ($209 billion) a year in actual health care expenses and lost earning potential, according to a new ... Read more



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Study reveals additional hidden benefits of electric vehicles
(Thu 19/03)
A new study has uncovered two hidden benefits of electric vehicles that reinforce its environmental and cash-saving advantage over conventional vehicles.

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The scientists turning detective to unlock the toxic secrets of fracking
(Wed 18/03)
Almost 3 million gallons of concentrated salt water leaked in early January from a ruptured pipeline at a natural gas drilling site near Williston, North Dakota. The brine, a by-product of the oil and gas extraction meth

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Bioenergy has the potential to keep the nation's lights on, report finds
(Wed 11/03)
Bioenergy has the potential to help secure UK energy supplies, mitigate climate change, and create significant green growth opportunities if deployed effectively, according to a new report from the Energy Technologies In

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Half of new US energy capacity to be generated from wind power
(Tue 10/03)
US electric generating companies expect to add more than 20 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale generating capacity to the power grid this year with nearly 50% being delivered from wind turbines.

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Costs of common chemical exposure exceed €150 billion annually
(Thu 05/03)
A new economic analysis found exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals likely costs the European Union €157 billion ($209 billion) a year in actual health care expenses and lost earning potential, according to a new

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Gallon of petrol costs £2.50 more when toll to health and environment is included
(Wed 04/03)
When its environmental and human health toll is factored in, a gallon of petrol costs £2.50 more than the pump price, a new Duke University study finds.

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Report lays out the paths towards a low carbon energy system
(Wed 04/03)
Two potential scenarios showing how the UK can transition to a low carbon energy system have been published by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).

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Extending product life by a single day could save 250k tonnes of food waste
(Tue 03/03)
An increase of just one day on product life across a range of foods could prevent around 250,000 tonnes of food waste each year, according to a report released today by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP).

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Europe approaches 2020 target on cutting greenhouse gas emissions
(Mon 02/03)
The European Union is edging closer to its ambitious target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2020, according to a new analysis report released today.

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Solar energy will be the cheapest source of power within 10 years
(Tue 24/02)
Solar energy plants will soon deliver the most inexpensive power available in many parts of the world within a decade, according to a new analysis of the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE).

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Bristol tops nationwide league for mobile phone recycling
(Thu 19/02)
Bristol tops the nationwide league table for mobile phone recycling as figures released today by O2 Recycle reveal that environmentally-savvy Brits have been handed a total of £100 million for choosing to recycle their

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Global index names and shames world's biggest energy wasters
(Tue 17/02)
Many of the world’s leading economies are among the biggest energy wasters, warns a new report, which reveals that 98% of all energy produced globally is “squandered” through inefficiency.

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UK could lead the world as a pioneer of the low-carbon 'Cold Economy'
(Mon 16/02)
The Carbon Trust has launched ‘The Emerging Cold Economy’, a new report focusing on the increasing global demand for cooling and the opportunity for Britain to be a world leader in innovative low carbon cooling techn

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Geoengineering is no replacement for carbon emission cuts, study warns
(Tue 10/02)
There is no substitute for dramatic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions to mitigate the negative consequences of climate change, a US National Research Council committee concluded in a new evaluation of proposed clima

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EU energy consumption drops to lowest level in over 20 years
(Mon 09/02)
Energy consumption across Europe has fallen back to its lowest levels since the early 1990s, according to the latest set of official figures.