Study Finds Atmospheric Hydrogen Up 70% Over 150 Years

Study Finds Atmospheric Hydrogen Up 70% Over 150 Years

By Natasha Lasky, ODP Staff Writer Earth system scientists have found that molecular hydrogen (H2) in the atmosphere increased by 70%. A coalition between UC Irvine, NOAA, the University of Colorado Boulder, and UC San Diego, studied air confined in layers of Antarctic ice and snow and found that molecular hydrogen increased from 330 to […]

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Mercedes Motors Into the Electric Truck Competition, Nikola Under Fire

Mercedes Motors Into the Electric Truck Competition, Nikola Under Fire

The competition in the electric truck market is getting tougher with the entry this week of German auto giant Daimler, which rolled out on Tuesday two new trucks set to compete with Nikola in the commercial hauling space, Forbes reported

Why This Matters:  Large Trucks — particularly those that run on dirty diesel fuel — are a big source of greenhouse gas emissions.

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