Cars

Tesla Model 3 Drivetrain At March 31 Launch Was Production Drivetrain, Design Close To Finished

Tesla Model 3: Can You Drive It To Wally World?

Published on August 29th, 2016 | by Guest Contributor

By Stephen J. Veneruso It’s summertime! That means it’s time to load up the Griswold-mobile for the great American pilgrimage to Wally World. But it’s a long way down the holiday road. Can you make it [&hellip... Read More


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Microgrids Are New York’s Next Big Thing

Published on August 29th, 2016 | by Guest Contributor

Originally published on Nexus Media. By Jeremy Deaton Ask New Yorkers what they remember about Hurricane Sandy, and they’ll say the blackout. Floods cut power to most of Lower Manhattan, plunging America’s financial and cultural epicenter [&hellip... Read More


Clean Power

Duke Energy announced plans to add more wind turbines in Wyoming

Four Former Coal Sites Are Getting Major Facelifts

Published on August 29th, 2016 | by Guest Contributor

Originally published on The Climate Reality Project. Let’s face the facts: Across the globe, the way we get our energy is transforming dramatically. And that’s not all that’s transforming. Check out these four former coal sites [&hellip... Read More


Clean Power

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Why The Clean Energy Incentive Program Matters

Published on August 29th, 2016 | by Guest Contributor

Originally published on The Climate Reality Project. The Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP) is an important part of the Clean Power Plan’s success. Find out why. Last summer, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized the [&hellip... Read More


Clean Power

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Sungevity & ENGIE Partner For Belgian Solar Offering

Published on August 29th, 2016 | by Joshua S Hill

California-based solar company Sungevity has partnered with French multinational electric utility ENGIE Electrabel to offer a full suite of solar services in Belgium. According to an announcement made by Sungevity, the company will partner with ENGIE Electrabel, [&hellip... Read More


Clean Power

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SolarCity Set To Lay Off 108 Employees

Published on August 29th, 2016 | by Joshua S Hill

SolarCity announced earlier this month that it intended to begin cutting jobs in an attempt to streamline the company’s business following lower-than-expected quarterly results and forecasted guidance. To soften the blow, somewhat, SolarCity’s co-founders, brothers Lyndon [&hellip... Read More


Clean Power

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International Investor Group Pushes G20 Nations To Ratify Paris Climate Agreement Quickly To Improve Renewable Energy Investment

Published on August 29th, 2016 | by Adam Johnston

G20 countries must ratify the Paris/COP21 climate agreement soon to ensure strong climate policy is guaranteed, and to attract more renewable energy investment, according to a consortium of international institutional investors. The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change [&hellip... Read More


Cars

18 July 2011: AAA Mobile Electric Vehicle Charging will initially roll out as a pilot program in six areas across the country including Portland (Ore.), Seattle, the San Francisco Bay area, Los Angeles, Knoxville (Tenn.) and the Tampa Bay area.

AAA’s EV Recharging Trucks Rarely Get Used

Published on August 28th, 2016 | by James Ayre

With how often the topic of electric vehicles potentially running out of battery charge gets brought up in conversations about the limits of the technology, and so-called “range anxiety,” one would guess that electric vehicle owners [&hellip... Read More


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Wind & Solar Aren’t Alternative Energy Anymore

Published on August 28th, 2016 | by Michael Barnard

Alternative energy is a term that gets bandied about a lot and is often applied to wind, solar, and other forms of renewable generation. But there are multiple other terms that also are applied and misapplied [&hellip... Read More


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Forecasting, Not Fearing, Sea-Level Rise

Published on August 28th, 2016 | by Robyn Purchia

This week, the Washington Post reported a widening 80-mile crack threatening one of Antarctica’s biggest ice shelves. A large chunk of Larsen C, the most northern major ice shelf, may break off in the coming years. Of course, [&hellip... Read More


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