Published on April 22nd, 2015 | by Zachary Shahan0
Best of Earth Day, Tesla P85D Gets Insanity Boost… (Cleantech Link Drop)
April 22nd, 2015 by Zachary Shahan
It’s Earth Day, which many green bloggers hate, since spending just 1 day thinking about how to preserve human livability on this small planet simply doesn’t cut it. On the flip side, it is an opportunity to make more people aware of the benefits of solar energy, electric vehicles, bicycling, and other good green stuff. If you want to take the opportunity to encourage some friends and family to green up, those are 3 links I highly recommend.
Of course, I also recommend that they read CleanTechnica on a daily basis, or that you at least share top stories throughout the year.
Aside from our own stories, I of course try to share some of the best cleantech and green stories from around the web. Here are some from the past day or so:
Best of Earth Day
- Since First Earth Day, US Temps Have Been On the Rise
- Which Animal Are You? Take the Google Doodle Earth Day Quiz
- Earth Day Should Be Less About Our ‘Precious Planet’ And More About Saving Ourselves
- An Earthling’s Guide to Taxing Carbon
- The Tesla P85D Just Got Even More Insane
- Cracks Form in the Tesla Story as Germans Assemble Luxury EV Assault… NOT
- Tesla Model X Caught Testing Autopilot Software
- Time for a Battery Storage Review
- Hotwheels Model S
Other Electric Vehicle Stuff
- The Chevy Volt: King of the PHEVs (by far)
- Yale on Sustainability: A New Marketing Strategy for Chevy Volt
- Energica Ego Drag Races Two Teslas, A Ferrari, And Many Others In
- Cadillac CT6 Plug-In Hybrid Good For 335 Horsepower, 37 Mile EV Range
- Chevrolet FNR Concept Is GM’s Vision Of An Autonomous, Electric Future
- ZAP Pre-Qualified for USPS Next Generation Delivery Vehicle
- SolarCity And Nest Join Forces
- SEIA: Solar Market Growth Greatly Aided by Incentives
- New Mexico Hearing Examiner Rejects PNM Rate Hike, Solar Fees
- The Long-Term Prospects Of Residential Versus Utility-Scale Solar
- TUSK Lauds Mississippi Public Service Commission’s Draft Net Metering Rules
- Avoiding the Solar Cliff: New Stanford Research Offers Alternative to ITC Phase-Out
- SunEdison And TerraForm Power Close Financing For A Portfolio Of 97 MW Of Solar Projects With The Capacity To Power 30,000 UK Homes Per Year
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