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Who's getting into the electric driverless vehicle market? You may be surprised.

The car industry has been shifting toward electric and driverless vehicles recently, and the latest entrant to the field comes as somewhat of a surprise. NASA has released a video showcasing their driverless car -- the Modular Robotic Vehicle -- which features some of the same qualities as their rovers.

New report sets a path for California energy infrastructure

A new report from the Bay Area Council Economic Institute claims that California needs new approaches to managing the exploding growth of digital technologies, as well as the rapid changes in how the state produces, stores and delivers energy to its 37 million residents.

FPL stages mini-cities for hurricane preparedness

It takes a "virtual army of crews, including thousands from out of state," to augment the FPL team and restore power following a major hurricane. Staging sites allow FPL to position restoration crews closer to affected areas in order to restore service to customers as quickly as possible and help get communities back up and running.

Clean Line Energy outlines route for Kansas-to-Illinois transmission line

Clean Line Energy is one step closer to their Grain Belt Express Line, a transmission line that will transport wind energy from Kansas to Illinois.

NELHA and Sandia National Labs partner to test energy storage

The Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority (NELHA) has announced a partnership with the Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) to collaborate on research related to energy storage.

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Institutional investors representing nearly $2 trillion in assets have called on the Securities and Exchange Commission to push for better disclosure by oil and gas companies of critical climate change-related business risks (carbon asset risks) that will "profoundly affect the economics of the industry."

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The daily electricity production at Florida Power and Light's (FPL) nuclear plants benefits Florida's economy by more than $1.4 billion annually, according to a new study.