Climate tech roundup From solar to CES, this week had something for everyone

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  • Even though their emissions footprint is small, they let aging gas utilities keep their feet in the door, making it easier for homeowners to keep their fossil fuel systems running long after they should.But why are we talking about gas stoves this week?
  • The move was spurred by the Inflation Reduction Act, which offers investment and production tax credits that should help cover about half the cost of a finished panel, helping to erase some of China’s cost advantage.This isn’t the first time the U.S. has attempted to bolster homegrown solar.
  • If this year’s CES is anything to go by, we’ve reached an inflection point.TechCrunch’s Haje Jan Kamps was bowled over by the number and diversity of battery-based home power solutions at the show this year.
  • Project Eaden showed why this week, adding €2.1 million in funding to an existing seed round.The Berlin-based startup uses plant-based protein fibers to spin cuts of alternative meat that have a texture that’s much closer to the real thing.
  • Even without a milestone fusion announcement this week, plenty happened in the climate tech world that’s worth catching up on.
  • From massive solar investments to plant-based steaks and small, modular batteries to back up your home, there’s something for everyone.
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