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The Tesla Effect: Snowmobiles, Boats and Mowers Go Electric

STOWE, Vt. — Snowmobiles are part of the winter soundtrack in this part of Vermont, at their worst shattering the…

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World

Can Japan Keep the Lights On? The Ukraine War Upends a Big Energy Bet.

TOKYO — In 2018, when the power company Hope Energy entered Japan’s new retail electricity market, it thought it had…

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World

An Angry Public Wants Sri Lanka’s President Gone

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — As Sri Lankans waited hours in line for fuel, sweated through the springtime heat during daily…

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World

Why Calls for War Crimes Justice Over Ukraine Face Long Odds

This past week, as Ukrainian forces retook the town of Bucha to find its streets littered with the bodies of…

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World

Power Returning to Puerto Rico, but Frustrations Remain

Power has been restored to 90 percent of Puerto Rico, according to the island’s power operator, though more than 200,000…

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Business

Turing Award Won by Programmer Who Paved Way for Supercomputers

In the late 1970s, as a young researcher at Argonne National Laboratory outside Chicago, Jack Dongarra helped write computer code…

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Politics

Supreme Court, in Case on Veteran Hurt by Burn Pits, Debates War Powers

WASHINGTON — A Supreme Court argument on Tuesday about an Army reservist injured by burn pits in Iraq turned into…

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World

China Takes a Back Seat in International Diplomacy Over Ukraine

China has repeatedly called for peace talks in Ukraine. What it has not done is press Russia to negotiate an…

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Business

Bitcoin Miners Want to Recast Themselves as Eco-Friendly

Along a dirt-covered road deep in Texas farm country, the cryptocurrency company Argo Blockchain is building a power plant for…

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Business

How one energy company C.E.O. is trying to keep the lights on in Ukraine.

Keeping millions of customers in Ukraine supplied with electric power amid the Russian invasion is, to say the least, challenging.…

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