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Every Friday, the Circulate team pull together a collection of their favourite circular economy related articles, podcasts and videos that they’ve come across during the previous week. This week we’re looking at the amazing cost of wind turbines, food waste opportunities, new thinking on AI, the latest on Uber and plenty

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Much of the focus regarding the future of vehicles has centred on electric, but in a pair of research plants in Germany, Audi is working towards an increasingly diverse picture that includes e-diesel and e-gas. 

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It is Friday again! As you are hopefully planning pleasant weekends, we bring you the latest edition of Circulate on Fridays, highlighting seven great circular economy related reads. Join us this weekend for pieces on the pros and cons of Universal Basic Income, portable solar panels, an open source self-driving

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Transitioning from petrol-fuelled cars to electric vehicles is widely predicted to happen over the course of the next 10 to 20 years. However, a new German startup called Sono Motors is already exploring technology that could take that transition one step further – the potential for a solar-powered electric vehicle

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Just as large incumbent automotive manufacturers are embracing the changing face of mobility and personal transportation, some of the newer disrupters are beginning to branch out into a more complex picture as well. Uber is a ride-sharing app that has taken many cities by storm, but its creators may be

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A fleet of self-driving trucks has completed a cross-continent journey in an experiment known as the European Truck Platooning, where self-driving vehicles from a six different companies, including Volvo, Daimler and Scania, set off from various locations in the Eastern part of Europe, arriving in the Dutch port of Massvlakte. 

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