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Tesla Model 3 Revenue Laps USA Small & Midsize Luxury Competitors — Q3 2019 CleanTechnica Report

Published on November 2nd, 2019 | by Vijay Govindan

As you'll see in this article, Tesla Model 3 revenue dwarfed its luxury car competition in the 3rd quarter, and also placed it #3 among all sedans sold on the US market. Wall Street's interpretation: “Tesla Model 3 is a failure. As ivory tower Wall Street analysts, we expected Model 3 luxury revenue to be double the revenue of any other sedan at this time.”... Read More


Cars

Casey Murphy, EVANNEX / Special thanks to: Signature Custom Wraps

Tesla Eye Candy: South Florida “Tesla Cars & Coffee” Event

Published on November 2nd, 2019 | by Matt Pressman

Signature Custom Wraps recently held a "Cars and Coffee" event for Tesla owners — EVANNEX was a proud sponsor and excited attendee! Local owners from all over the state of Florida came out to enjoy coffee, cookies, and some the most tricked-out Teslas in the area. There was a raffle with EVANNEX products, a Tesla Wall Charger, and many other fun goodies... Read More


Clean Transport

Arcimoto FUV Is Here: Photo: Arcimoto

Arcimoto’s Fun EV Is A Blast To Ride

Published on November 2nd, 2019 | by Nicolas Zart

I've had a love affair with Arcimoto for the past 6 years, but don't tell my wife. It's true, I knew Arcimoto was the right company when I first saw it at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 2013. I became convinced when I visited the company's headquarters... Read More


Biofuels

Turning Landfill Gas Into Renewable Natural Gas

Published on November 2nd, 2019 | by Johnna Crider

Landfill gas is created by landfills, which account for 16% of the human-caused (anthropogenic) methane emissions in America. This is not what many people worry about when they think of greenhouse gases, it's important. Thanks to the work of many nonprofits, government programs, and corporations that work in the transportation industry, though, we have a way to use this gas to help lower emissions... Read More


Autonomous Vehicles

Tesla One-Pedal Driving Update — In A Word, Perfecter

Published on November 2nd, 2019 | by Paul Fosse

Last night before going to bed I noticed one of my friends on Twitter (Sofiaan) was getting a new software update (2019.36.1). I read a little about it and then I noticed I got it too! I set it to install and went to sleep. When I woke up, I took Henry for a spin to try out the new features. Before I give you my impressions, I'll go over the 4 enhancements... Read More


Cars

EV Motor Control 101

Published on November 2nd, 2019 | by Guest Contributor

Editor's Note: The team at Mountain Pass Performance are doing some truly cutting edge work and research on EV motor controls. They put together a comprehensive post on EV motors with some help from Chris Brune at Rinehart Motion Systems and were nice enough to let us repost it here. ... Read More


Buildings

Utility Adds 2.5 MW Of Demand Response Capabilities With Very Unusual “Batteries”

Published on November 2nd, 2019 | by Scott Cooney

Hawaiian Electric (HECO) recently added 2.5MW of grid services to its grid, allowing it to store energy during peak solar and wind production periods, and did so without any traditional batteries, flywheels, or pumped hydro. Even better, the hardware required is very minimal, and in fact, most of it already exists in every residential grid in the world... Read More


Cars

Two Solar-Powered Teslas

Published on November 1st, 2019 | by Guest Contributor

In late 2012, I went to the Miami International Auto Show and had my first experience in a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). My brother-in-law and I took a ride in a Fisker Karma inside the Miami Beach Convention Center. It was an amazing opportunity to experience the future of transport, as we glided silently through a short indoor track... Read More


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