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Life With The Chevy Bolt — The First 1,200 Miles

June 25th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Kyle Field did a great job reviewing the Bolt, what I thought I'd do here is share some views on why we leased it and also give our hands-on impressions over the last 1,200 miles


How To Land One Of Tesla’s Coveted Intern Spots

June 23rd, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Those of us who only dimly remember our college days may have an outdated view of what it means to be an intern. Days of tedious trips to the copy machine for no pay? Not in today’s Silicon Valley. According to the web site Glassdoor, interns at Tesla make a median monthly pay of $4,480, and SpaceX interns make $4,080.


Hong Kong Is The Latest Tesla Hotspot — For Now

June 23rd, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Hong Kong has become the latest Tesla hotspot. Of all the cars sold in the territory last year, nearly 7% were Teslas, according to Bloomberg. The brand totally dominates Hong Kong’s electric vehicle market - 87% of electric vehicles [EVs] sold there in Q4 2016 were Teslas


Swedish EV Battery Study Sucks

June 22nd, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

The Swedish state media organization SVT reports in an absurdly incorrect and misleading article "Electric vehicles may be the worst for the climate" that electric vehicles are bad for the environment, especially referring to "severe" issues regarding their lithium-ion batteries


Author Christopher Brown’s Natural Underground Home In The City

June 14th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Later this summer, Christopher Brown will publish his first novel, Tropic of Kansas, which imagines the United States in a time of dangerous climate change and political upheaval. Nexus Media talked to Brown about climate change, wildlife and how he built an underground home in Austin, Texas


Clean Energy Marches On, Despite Paris Agreement Withdrawal

June 14th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Despite opposition from dozens of CEOs, the majority of Americans and nearly every country on Earth, President Trump announced last week that the United States will withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. The decision is a blow to global efforts to halt climate change, but it won’t stop the growth of clean energy.


Are Wind & Solar Really Killing Coal, Nuclear, And Grid Reliability?

June 3rd, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Are wind and solar killing coal and nuclear? Yes, but not by themselves and not for the reasons most people think. Are wind and solar killing grid reliability? No, not where the grid’s technology and regulations have been modernized. In those places, overall grid operation has improved, not worsened



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