Audi launches most advanced self-driving car

JULY 11, 2017 by Patrick McGee in Frankfurt and Peter Campbell in London, FINANCIAL TIMES — Audi has launched the most advanced self-driving car available on the roads, in spite of warnings from across the industry that a system that allows owners to take their eyes off the road for prolonged periods of time is […]

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Vineyard Wind Opens New Bedford Office

By: JENNETTE BARNES, SOUTHCOAST TODAY NEW BEDFORD — Vineyard Wind, one of three likely bidders for the state’s first offshore wind contract, held a ribbon cutting and reception for its New Bedford office Thursday. The celebration, on the fifth floor of the Bank of America building on Pleasant Street, came the same day that a […]

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Trustees of Reservations hope for ‘jaw-dropping’ park

By Tim Logan BOSTON GLOBE STAFF — One of the biggest complaints about the development boom that is reshaping Boston’s waterfront is that it has created too few parks and places for people to hang out. Now one of the state’s biggest parks organizations is planning to change that. The Trustees of Reservations are scouting […]

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Massachusetts Legislature passes renewable energy compromise bill

By Shira Schoenberg | sschoenberg@repub.com BOSTON – The Massachusetts Legislature late Sunday night sent to Gov. Charlie Baker a compromise energy bill that, while less broad than some senators had hoped, would require the state to purchase significantly more energy from offshore wind and other renewable sources. “I don’t think that where we ended up […]

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