The Dixie fire has consumed more than 900,000 acres, becoming the second-largest fire in state history. It is now 94% contained. Fueled by intense winds, the massive fire tore through the small town of Greenville on Aug. 4, destroying businesses and homes. It has become the 14th most destructive fire ever in California, destroying 1,262 structures as of last month.
With fire season far from over and much of the state in a drought, officials are warning that this year's fires could end up competing with last year's record-breaking season. Five of the 10 largest wildfires in state history occurred in 2020.
California's Contra Costa County said on Friday that oil refiners Marathon Petroleum and Phillips 66 may need to reduce capacity of proposed renewable plants by about 50% and 20% respectively to mitigate environmental impact. The two petroleum refiners are planning to convert oil refineries in the San Francisco-area county to produce transportation fuel from feedstocks such as soybean oil and animal fats that produce less greenhouse gas emissions.
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Growing demand for fuel cells, electrolyzers and hydrogen produced through renewable electricity have prompted the Latham manufacturer to increase sales forecasts as it introduces more applications and expands its presence around the world.
Shares of Hyliion Holdings (NYSE: HYLN) closed 12% lower on Monday after an analyst downgrade. Let's take a closer look at Hyliion to understand whether the stock's steep fall presents a buying opportunity. This currently makes them unsuitable for heavy vehicles.
The natural gas markets have gone back and forth during the course of the week, initially breaking down below the bottom of a massive shooting star from the previous candlestick, only to turn around and show signs of hesitation.
Nighthawk Gold Corp. ("Nighthawk" or the "Company") (TSX: NHK) (OTCQX: MIMZF) is pleased to report that a total of 72,325 metres (272 drill holes) of drilling were completed as part of the 2021 exploration program on its district-scale property within the Northwest Territories, Canada.
North Vancouver announced Thursday it would become the world's first city to be heated almost entirely by bitcoin mining, an innovative way to tackle climate change by creating valuable cryptocurrency coins and usable thermal energy at the same time.
El Salvador's unfolding experiment as a first-adopter of the crytocurrency bitcoin could be increasingly powered by new streams of renewable energy, the chief of the country's hydroelectric commission told reporters on Friday. Last month, El Salvador became the first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender alongside the U.S. dollar, which for years had served as the country's sole official currency. Daniel Alvarez, president of the state-run Lempa River Hydroelectric Executive Commission (CEL), said El Salvador has the potential to generate electricity through hydroelectric, solar, wind and tidal power projects.