In this article RWE-DE ENR-DE RDSA-GB Animaflora | iStock | Getty Images A 20 megawatt hydrogen electrolyzer described as “one of the world’s largest” has begun operations, energy major Shell said Friday. Located in Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, China, the electrolyzer will produce green hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles being used at Zhangjiakou’s competition zone during
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Maja Hitij | Getty Images News | Getty Images Microsoft cruised past earnings estimates and issued a better-than-expected forecast. So did Intel. Apple and Tesla topped expectations across the board, while subscription software vendors ServiceNow, Qualtrics and Atlassian all posted decisive beats. All that happened this week. But it wasn’t enough, as of midday Friday,
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The West should be prepared for a “fully-fledged Russian invasion” of Ukraine that could include an attempted coup, cyber attacks and sabotage, NATO has warned. Speaking at an event in Brussels, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Friday that the build-up of Russian troops at the borders with Ukraine and Belarus is not necessarily
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California Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday said the state’s in a “transformational moment” to shift away from fossil fuels, as climate change continues to fuel devastating wildfire seasons and historic drought conditions across California. The governor’s remarks to CNBC’s Yasmin Khorram come shortly after the state unveiled this year’s budget proposal, which invests $22 billion in new
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