Toyota’s newest hydrogen car hits the road in oil-rich Emirates

Toyota is putting the pedal to the metal as it promotes its hydrogen-powered car in the oil producing United Arab Emirates.
Energy companies from Abu Dhabi will be working with Toyota to showcase its newest hydrogen-powered vehicle for use in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The companies involved include Adnoc, Masdar, Al...
17 January 2017 -
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Trump will keep climate and energy promises says former transition leader

The previous head of Trump’s energy transition team says the President-elect will keep his campaign promises.
A former head of President-Elect Donald Trump’s transition team said the incoming administration will likely ignore the Paris Climate Agreement, calling it a "dead letter." Mike McKenna, who...
16 January 2017 -
T. Richard

Trump’s Interior choice stresses broad energy mix including clean coal

During his confirmation hearings, Interior pick Ryan Zinke said he favors a broad energy mix while protecting the environment.
Rep. Ryan Zinke, the nominee for Interior secretary, told senators at his confirmation hearing the incoming administration would renew its commitment to fossil fuel development, including clean coal....
18 January 2017 -
T. Richard
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