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San Diego Has Vast Solar Parking Lot Potential

January 18th, 2019 | by Charles W. Thurston

San Diego has an untapped 500 megawatt solar potential at commercial sites within the city, with parking lots representing three-quarters of the total, according to a new survey by the Clean Coalition.


Florida To Launch USA’s 1st Private High-Speed Train Service

December 13th, 2017 | by Cynthia Shahan

It is hopeful transit news for popular corridors of Florida, where many a highway traveler encounters stifling streams of traffic congestion. The country's first private high-speed train service is launching this month in Florida. Residents and travelers will enjoy the better option that many of us have been wanting for decades


Swedish Solar (Florida Company) Brings Solar In To Replace Shutters

April 15th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

Rooftop solar is great, but it's not ideal for every home or business. Sometimes the roof faces the wrong way or has the wrong slant. Sometimes the roof is just too small and the owner wants to add more solar panels to cover more electricity usage. Swedish Solar of Orlando, Florida, has a solution


Workhorse Electric Truck (with Range Extender) Has Stunning Specs

April 13th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

A representative from Workhorse reached out to Gas2 and CleanTechnica this morning via email to share some preliminary specifications for its upcoming W-15, which it believes is the first plug-in, range-extended pickup truck built from the ground up by an original equipment manufacturer. The Workhorse W-15 electric truck is specifically designed to meet the needs of commercial fleet operators. The representative also forwarded two photos of the chassis without the bodywork


10 Cleantech Solutions Your City Should Implement

December 8th, 2016 | by Zachary Shahan

Cities are where most of the world's people live, and they can make the move toward cleantech and away from burning up the planet go much, much — much — faster. In fact, some policies could trump critical levers like ZEV mandates, and if adopted broadly, make the ZEV transition happen faster than most of us think possible


SolarCity Launches Residential Solar Services In Florida

December 5th, 2016 | by Joshua S Hill

In a blog post late last week, America's leading solar energy provider SolarCity announced that it would be bringing its residential solar services to Florida, which is certainly related to the rejection of an anti-solar initiative on the ballot last month


HERO PACE Comes To Florida & Missouri

October 26th, 2016 | by Roy L Hales

Last July, Leon County (home to Tallahassee) became the first Florida municipality to adopt the HERO PACE Program. Several other Florida counties and cities followed suit. The latest was Orlando, whose city council approved the program this week


Electric Car News (Too Much!!)

October 28th, 2015 | by Zachary Shahan

Been missing these? Most of the stories below come from sister sites EV Obsession and Gas2, but there are a lot [&hellip



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