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Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3 Could Now Cost You $78,000 - Bloomberg
Elon Musk’s Model 3, once touted as Tesla’s $35,000 car for the masses, can now set a buyer back almost $80,000.
Tesla_Motors  Bloomberg 
8 hours ago by GameGamer43
Offshore Wind, Long Delayed in U.S., Gets a Lift in New England - Bloomberg
Massachusetts and Rhode Island selected developers to install 1,200 megawatts of wind turbines in the Atlantic Ocean, setting the stage for large-scale power generation projects off the U.S. coast.
bloomberg  offshorewind  massachusetts  rhodeisland 
20 hours ago by eversourcenh
Offshore Wind, Long Delayed in U.S., Gets a Lift in New England - Bloomberg
Massachusetts and Rhode Island selected developers to install 1,200 megawatts of wind turbines in the Atlantic Ocean, setting the stage for large-scale power generation projects off the U.S. coast.
Bloomberg  offshorewind  Massachusetts  RhodeIsland 
20 hours ago by northernpass
Avangrid Project Wins First Big U.S. Offshore Wind Auction
Avangrid Inc. and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners jointly won a Massachusetts auction to build 800 megawatts of wind turbines in the Atlantic Ocean, setting the stage for large-scale power generation projects off the U.S. coast.
Bloomberg  Massachusetts  offshorewind  RFP  decision  VineyardWind 
yesterday by northernpass
Avangrid Project Wins First Big U.S. Offshore Wind Auction
Avangrid Inc. and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners jointly won a Massachusetts auction to build 800 megawatts of wind turbines in the Atlantic Ocean, setting the stage for large-scale power generation projects off the U.S. coast.
bloomberg  massachusetts  offshorewind  RFP  decision  vineyardwind 
yesterday by eversourcenh
China Couldn’t Keep Growing Like Mad Forever - Bloomberg
So China, already the world’s largest economy, will almost certainly become the most economically important country in the history of the modern world. But a combination of natural and self-imposed constraints will probably keep it from global domination.
economy  growth  forecast  China  author:NoahSmith  Bloomberg  2018 
3 days ago by inspiral
Deadly Chinese Fentanyl Is Creating a New Era of Drug Kingpins - Bloomberg
The opioid’s potency has transformed the global trafficking — and policing — of narcotics.
drugs  fentanyl  China  USA  Bloomberg  2018 
3 days ago by inspiral
Storage Will Be Energy’s Next Big Thing - Bloomberg
As a result, the cost of new-build renewables has been sinking. The highest-cost solar and wind projects in the U.S. will now produce electricity at least as cheaply as as the lowest-cost coal plants, according to a report last year by Lazard Inc.
solar  energy  bloomberg 
5 days ago by HispanicPundit
Criticism of Christians and Chick-fil-A Has Troubling Roots - Bloomberg
Slightly strained caution: authors critical of Christianity need to be careful they're not unfairly targeting people of color.
demographics  christian  christianity  bloomberg 
8 days ago by mjs
Trump Said to Mull 2015 Grid Emergency Law to Save Coal Plants - Bloomberg
The Trump administration is weighing a broad array of strategies for keeping coal and nuclear power plants online as a matter of national security, with options ranging from invoking a 68-year-old law to a three-year-old one, according to a senior Energy Department official.
Bloomberg  Trump  coal  policy 
9 days ago by northernpass
Trump Said to Mull 2015 Grid Emergency Law to Save Coal Plants - Bloomberg
The Trump administration is weighing a broad array of strategies for keeping coal and nuclear power plants online as a matter of national security, with options ranging from invoking a 68-year-old law to a three-year-old one, according to a senior Energy Department official.
bloomberg  Trump  coal  policy 
9 days ago by eversourcenh
Bloomberg Opinion - Money Stuff
Matt Levine's weekdaily email is so good. US-focused business/finance, clearly written (some of it a bit over my head), a personality, some great lines, and lots of it.
mattlevine  bloomberg  finance  business 
12 days ago by philgyford

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