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Tesla tumbles 5% post-earnings but some analysts are still betting on new highs Thursday, 23 Feb 2017 | 12:14 PM ET Tesla shares were down Thursday morning, but least two analysts who follow the stock have raised their price targets. Thursday, 23 Feb 2017 | 9:50 AM ET California expects to see surge in hydropower but that could be negative for some independent power producers. Thursday, 23 Feb 2017 | 5:23 AM ET Sustainable Energy analyzes the impact micro hydropower projects are having in Nepal. SolarCitys ties to foreclosure cases raise questions on vetting policies Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017 | 10:36 PM ET SolarCity has reached long-term lease agreements with homeowners shortly before or even after they defaulted on mortgages, the NYT reports. Musk: Tesla may raise more capital to 'reduce risk' Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017 | 7:04 PM ET He said Tesla is evaluating its options for raising more cash, but did not give any indication of when that may happen. Tesla posts wider-than-expected loss of 69 cents a share; CFO Wheeler to leave at end of April Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017 | 6:51 PM ET Tesla shares rose in after hours trading after the company posted wider-than-expected loss, despite better than expected sales. Synthetic clothing and tires could be polluting the oceans in a big way Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017 | 8:55 AM ET A new report has found that as much as 31 percent of the of plastic that enters the ocean annually could be from sources such as tires. Wednesday, 22 Feb 2017 | 6:46 AM ET New York state-supported solar power increased by almost 800 percent from December 2011 to December 2016. Ponds that warm up could accelerate climate change, study shows Tuesday, 21 Feb 2017 | 7:18 AM ET New research has shown that an increase in temperatures could speed up climate change by increasing the amount of methane released by ponds Hopes for US nuclear sector renaissance fade after Westinghouse's $6 billion black eye Saturday, 18 Feb 2017 | 12:33 PM ET Concerns over safety and costs have constrained growth and have combined to block nearly all new projects, The NY Times reports.
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