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Google Cloud lands Lufthansa Group and Sabre as new customers

Google Cloud lands Lufthansa Group and Sabre as new customers Google’s strategy for bringing new customers to its cloud is to focus on the enterprise and specific verticals like healthcare, energy, financial service and retail, among others. It’s healthcare efforts recently experienced a bit of a setback, with Epic now telling its […]

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At CES, Schneider Electric unveils its own upgrade to the traditional fusebox

At CES, Schneider Electric unveils its own upgrade to the traditional fusebox As renewable energy and energy efficiency continue to make gains among cost-conscious consumers, more companies are looking at ways to give customers better ways to manage the electricity coming into their homes. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, […]

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Oceans of opportunity: surveying 2020’s seafaring startup potential

Oceans of opportunity: surveying 2020’s seafaring startup potential Space attracts a lot of attention as an area of frontier tech investment and entrepreneurship, but there’s another vast expanse that could actually be more addressable by the innovation economy — Earth’s oceans. Seafaring startups aren’t attracting quite as much attention as their spacefaring […]

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Nigeria’s Rensource raises $20M to power African markets by solar

Nigeria’s Rensource raises M to power African markets by solar Nigerian startup Rensource Energy has raised a $20 million Series A round co-led by CRE Venture Capital and the Omidyar network. The renewable energy company builds and operates solar powered micro-utilities that provide electricity to commercial community structures, such as open-air trading […]

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Carbon dioxide emissions are set to hit a record high this year (it’s not fine, but not hopeless)

Carbon dioxide emissions are set to hit a record high this year (it’s not fine, but not hopeless) Carbon dioxide emissions, one of the main contributors to the climate changes bringing extreme weather, rising oceans, and more frequent fires that have killed hundreds of Americans and cost the U.S. billions of dollars, […]

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China Roundup: Y Combinator’s short-lived China dream

China Roundup: Y Combinator’s short-lived China dream Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. Last week, we looked at how Alibaba and Tencent fared in the last quarter; the […]

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Heliogen’s new tech could unlock renewable energy for industrial manufacturing

Heliogen’s new tech could unlock renewable energy for industrial manufacturing Last Monday a group of millionaires and billionaires took a trip to an industrial site in Lancaster, Calif. to witness the achievement of what could represent a giant leap forward in the effort to decarbonize some of the world’s most carbon intensive […]

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VoltServer adds a data layer to electricity distribution in a move that could help smart grid rollout

VoltServer adds a data layer to electricity distribution in a move that could help smart grid rollout Stephen Eaves, the chief executive of a new startup which promises to overlay data on electricity distribution has spent years developing data management technologies. Eaves’ first company, the eponymous Eaves Devices focused on energy systems […]

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Battery tech startup Sila Nano lands $45 million and Tesla veteran Kurt Kelty

Battery tech startup Sila Nano lands million and Tesla veteran Kurt Kelty Sila Technologies, the battery materials company that has partnered with BMW and Daimler, landed $45 million in new funding and hired two high-profile executives, including Kurt Kelty, who led the battery cell team at Tesla for more than a decade. […]

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Elon Musk predicts Tesla energy could be ‘bigger’ than its EV business

Elon Musk predicts Tesla energy could be ‘bigger’ than its EV business Tesla CEO Elon Musk forecast that the company’s energy business will eventually be the same size as— or even bigger than — its automotive sector, the latest sign that the company plans to put more time and resources to scaling […]

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