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Volkswagen, BMW Join Forces to Create EV-Charging Corridor

With a first-phase rollout of 100 charging stations, the partnership could very well give Tesla a run for its money — with one notable difference: Any EV driver can use the stations, while the Supercharger network serves Tesla drivers only.

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Calculating the True Cost of Energy Storage

The true cost of energy storage depends on the levelized cost of energy = Round-trip efficiency + maintenance costs + useful life of the energy system

Dubai is famous for its skyscrapers, but by 2030 the city may be known as a hub for sustainable development, predicts Masdar blogging contest runner-up

Dubai: A City That Answers Its People

Shellstone minarets and glass skyscrapers once symbolized the city’s tenacity in contest with the harsh desert. But in the years leading up to 2030, Dubai has come closer to reconciling with nature and responding to environmental concerns.

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Best Business Innovations of 2014

Google’s autonomous vehicles passed 500,000 driver-free miles last year. But that wasn’t the only buzzy-worthy business innovation of 2014.

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2016 Chevy Volt: The EV is Growing Up

The 2016 Chevy Volt is bigger, more powerful, yet more efficient — boasting an electric range of 50 miles, which means it can go 1,000 miles between gas fill-ups.