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Renault ZOE Wins “Best Ultra-Low Emissions Car” Award At Fleet World Honours (Again)

February 14th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

The Renault ZOE has reaffirmed its ever-increasing popularity with business users after being named the ‘Best Ultra-Low Emission Car’ for the second consecutive year at the Fleet World Honours 2018. Hosted by Fleet World magazine, the annual awards, held today at the Royal Automobile Club in London, recognize vehicles, individuals and service providers that demonstrate excellence in the fleet sector in terms of innovation, quality, and sustainability

Fight Climate Change, While Earning Up To 7.5% Annually?

February 11th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Sustainable investing is no longer a niche field, and excellent returns mean that the opportunities are better than ever. Learn about how you can invest in solar and help support commercial solar growth with Wunder Capital.

Get A Free Tesla With A New Home In Florida. Maybe.

February 11th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Is the global real estate boom losing steam? Are developers so desperate to move units that they have to give away a luxury sedan to close a sale? Not likely. Then why are sellers of new homes in places like Dubai and Hong Kong offering a brand-new Tesla Model S with each purchase

Sleeping In A Tesla Model X In Norwegian Winter

February 10th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Norwegian Tesla enthusiast Bjørn Nyland is a prolific producer of videos featuring all kinds of practical tips (and a few that are impractical, but fun) on how to get the most out of your Model S or X. Not long ago, he detailed the features that make Model S a fine mini-hotel room: plenty of room to stretch out, climate control, and a panoramic view

Tesla: 7 Years After IPO, More Valuable Than Ford (Infographic)

February 7th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

The story of Tesla is a fascinating one by any measure: a group of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs get together to start a car company, a feat that business-school professors have been using as the definition of economic impossibility for decades, and after only a few years they build a company that rivals the Big Three, and a car that earns every accolade the industry has to offer. Of course, there are several near-death experiences along the way to hold our interest

Expert BMW Driver Test Drives Tesla Model 3

February 6th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Some of the legacy automakers have suggested that they consider car buyers to fall into two categories: regular car buyers and electric car buyers. This idea is one of the main reasons that sales of their EVs have been disappointing

Electric Vehicles Have Lowest Total Cost Of Ownership, Study Finds

February 5th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

It’s no secret that electric vehicles carry higher sticker prices than comparable legacy vehicles (although it’s debatable whether any gas-burner is truly “comparable” to an EV, especially a Tesla). Of course, as any EV booster will tell you, the difference in purchase price is offset by savings on fuel and maintenance, as well as the various tax breaks and incentives that are available

Wind Energy Is An Engine For Job Creation Across The US

February 4th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

One of the best ways to create a sustainable future for our planet is to invest in sources of clean, renewable energy like wind. Wind energy isn’t just a clean alternative to the fossil fuels driving the climate crisis – it’s also an engine for job creation across the US.

How To Keep The Power On For A Booming Population

February 4th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Since 2000, Washington, DC’s population has surged, but its power grid has not. Instead of generators, the city added renewables and upgraded aged structures — including many federal office buildings, the city’s largest energy consumers — keeping the lights on while keeping costs down for the city’s poorest residents.

In A Race To Beat Climate Change, Scientists Are Speed-Breeding Plants

February 4th, 2018 | by Guest Contributor

Researchers are using a technique to quickly grow several successive generations of wheat in an effort to breed a crop that can stand up to persistent drought, severe heat or heavy rainfall driven by climate change. Their experiments created a wheat cycle from seed to seed in just eight weeks, making it possible to grow as many as six generations of wheat in a single year

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