Monthly Archives: August 2022

Hydrogen made from sewage powers fuel cell vehicles in Fukuoka

On September 29, the city of Fukuoka and Saibu Gas announced the establishment of a council to popularize the use of hydrogen produced from biogas generated by wastewater treatment. From September 26, hydrogen stations operating in the city will start supplying hydrogen to fuel cell vehicles (FCVs). This is the …

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Electric vehicle boom reinvigorates Roanoke Valley business

A new kind of super highway is about to roll out across the country – 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations, set to be built by 2030, an unprecedented pace of expansion kicked off by a major bill federal government on infrastructure. The move, which will increase the national inventory of …

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Restaurants and food companies are trying to keep prices steady even as costs rise

TOKYO – In the midst of a price rush as raw material and transportation costs soar, some restaurant chains and food manufacturers are trying to hold or even lower the prices of their products, hoping to expand the number of stores and increase sales by giving customers a sense of …

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10 Must-Do Anime Attractions For Otakus Who Travel The World – Black Girl Nerds

Prior to the 2010s, attractions dedicated to anime fandom were rare, especially in North America. Back then, otakus were limited to internet, local meetups, or competing for space among comic book fans. However, over time, anime-themed events, businesses, and exhibitions have become more popular around the world. This makes it …

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Chic hotels in Paris with rooms big enough for families

The bustling capital of France is full of picturesque streets, grand boulevards, beautiful parks and fascinating museums. And, of course, there are plenty of wonderful hotels. But when it comes to visiting Paris with kids, finding the right hotel can be tricky. In North America, many hotels offer rooms with …

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