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20 Tesla Cybertruck Updates From Elon Musk

December 2nd, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

The Tesla Cybertruck reveal shared a few key details about the "truck," but it left many people itching for more information and, well, scratching their heads. Naturally, Elon Musk monitored responses pretty closely by checking out what was popping on Twitter in the hours and days following the event, and he responded to numerous tweets sent his way. Below are several pieces of information succinctly added to other details about the Cybertruck


Is The Tesla Cybertruck Radical Enough? A Look At The Body Design Choices

November 29th, 2019 | by Paul Fosse

When the CyberTruck came out on the stage, I was as shocked as everyone with the look of the vehicle. I was impressed by the specs and intrigued by Tesla's ability to innovate in a direction nobody expected, structural efficiency of the body and frame. I was one of the few people, however, who expected a more radical surprise, like an autonomous interior without a steering wheel or cold air jets to fly over rough terrain. We may still get those in the future, but today I'm going to dive into the choices the Tesla team made and even ask if they considered something more out of the box than they released


CleanTechnica Occasional Book Club: Cradle To Cradle

March 7th, 2018 | by Matthew Klippenstein

Cradle to Cradle made industrial ecology and the circular economy a lot more mainstream than they had previously been. They’re both still niche notions, but without Cradle to Cradle they’d be a lot more obscure. And if you’re interested in sustainability, the book (or at a minimum this summary!) is required reading


Portland Home To Tallest Wooden Building In The US

June 12th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

The tallest wooden building in the US will be constructed in Portland, Oregon. CLT technology allows buildings to be constructed faster with less waste and with lower carbon emissions than steel or concrete structure.



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