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Rivian pauses plans to make electric vans in Europe with Mercedes-Benz

Today News || An Amazon Rivian electric delivery van at the company’s manufacturing facility in Normal, Illinois, US., on Monday,…

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Water levels in Zimbabwe’s biggest dam too low for power

Today News || HARARE, Zimbabwe — Electricity shortages that have been plaguing Zimbabwe are set to worsen after an authority…

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Renault wants to use water from depths of 4,000 meters to supply heat to an old production plant

Today News || A Renault logo photographed in Bavaria, Germany. The French automotive giant says it’s targeting carbon neutrality in…

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Russian strikes force Ukraine to face hours-long power cuts

Today News || KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s electricity grid chief warned of hours-long power outages Friday as Russia zeroed in…

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Kyiv prepares for a winter with no heat, water or power

Today News || KYIV, Ukraine — The mayor of Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, is warning residents that they must prepare for…

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Poland chooses US to build its first nuclear power plant

Today News || WARSAW, Poland — Poland has chosen the U.S. government and Westinghouse to build the central European country’s…

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Sony and Honda plan to start U.S. deliveries of their electric vehicle in 2026

Today News || Yasuhide Mizuno, the chairman and CEO of Sony Honda Mobility Inc., speaks during a news conference in…

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General Motors broadens electric goals with new division

Today News || General Motors, which plans to go almost entirely electric by 2035, is creating a new energy division…

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Auto giant Stellantis looks to Australian materials, including nickel, for its EVs

Today News || This image, from July 2021, shows a Citroen e-C4 electric vehicle on display at a showroom in…

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UK nurses vote on strikes as cost-of-living squeeze worsens

Fitness & Health: LONDON — Britain’s biggest nurses’ union asked its 300,000 members Thursday whether they want to go on…

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