Apple avoids questions around sustainability

Apple avoids questions around sustainability: MPs’ questions on the sustainability and repairability credentials of its electronic products were continued to be dodged by Apple the multinational technology giant. The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has said, the firm which was invited to participate in its Electronic Waste and the Circular Economy inquiry – despite initially agreeing…
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US Government funds Tokamak Energy $580k for fusion

US Government funds Tokamak Energy $580k for fusion: The US Government has awarded Tokamak Energy $580,000 (£440,000) to tackle challenges related to developing nuclear fusion technologies. The business, has received the new financing from the US Department of Energy under its Innovation Network for Fusion Energy program (INFUSE) and is working to accelerate the development…
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Fabrication begins on Gravitricity’s trial energy storage

Fabrication begins on Gravitricity’s trial energy storage: Fabrication has started on Gravitricity’s energy storage demonstrator costing £1 million in Edinburgh, Scotland. At Huisman winch specialists, in the firm’s specialist factory in the Czech Republic, work has begun creating the equipment, which will be trialled early next year. The custom-built winches and control are expected to…
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Dixons Carphone is ‘first tech retailer’ to join EV100

Dixons Carphone is ‘first tech retailer’ to join EV100: The latest name to sign up to Climate Group’s EV100 initiative is Dixons Carphone the British electronics and telecoms retailer, switching its fleet to alternative fuel vehicles and electric by 2030. Claiming to be the ‘first’ coming from a tech retailer, the move will join around…
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