November 2, 2023 - WorldOra Carbon News
Extraordinary contra-rotating floating wind turbines to begin testing New Atlas is reporting that A wildly innovative turbine that could halve the cost of offshore wind is set to go into testing in Norway. The 19-m (62-ft), 30-kW, contra-rotating vertical-axis turbine is a prototype of a design that could scale to unprecedented size and power.
This particular innovative design is far different visually than most associate with wind projects and is very striking.
America, Mercedes-Benz wants you to indulge in retail therapy while charging In January, Mercedes-Benz, along with EV charging network ChargePoint and clean energy provider MN8 Energy, announced plans to deploy 400 charging stations and over 2,500 DC fast chargers across North America by 2030.
Now Mercedes has announced that it’s going to install 55 charging hubs at retail properties owned by Simon, a US real estate investment trust that owns a lot of shopping malls. Even if you haven’t heard of Simon, chances are pretty good that you’ve shopped at one or more of its properties. Perhaps the King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania, Las Vegas North Premium Outlets, the Galleria in Houston, or the Miami International Mall ring a bell. (If you’re curious about which shopping centers Simon owns, here’s the whole list.)
Pope says he will attend COP28 climate summit in Dubai, a first by a pontiff Pope Francis said on Wednesday that he will attend the COP28 climate conference starting next month in Dubai, the first time a pontiff will be at the U.N. environmental meeting since they began in 1995.
The pope told Italy's state-run RAI television TG1 news in an interview that he expected to be in Dubai Dec. 1-3. The conference runs from Nov. 30 to Dec. 12.