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Clean Tech News & Views: EVs, Solar Energy, Batteries
  1. First of all, let’s start with 9 key points I’ll cover. Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) efficiently use clean energy and emit no pollution while driving! When a BEV is more convenient. Driving your electric rocket-mobile (fun, fun, fun). Lower fuel and service costs. Driving a BEV cross country. They don’t make the model I like […]
  2. Tribal Energy Snapshot: Hualapai Indian Tribe In this tribal energy snapshot, learn more about the Hualapai Indian Tribe’s Building Resiliency into the Grand Canyon West Microgrid project. The project was co-funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Indian Energy. Project Quick Facts As the home of the world-famous Grand Canyon Skywalk, Grand Canyon […]
  3. Are we coming to a time in which we'll be able to simulate and prepare for extreme weather and natural disasters before they happen?
  4. The latest report from the IEA finds some reasons to be hopeful that humans won't turn the world into a baked potato.
  5. We are pleased to announce the release of the latest edition of Berkeley Lab’s Tracking the Sun annual report, describing pricing and design trends for grid-connected, distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) and PV-plus-storage systems in the United States. The report is based on data from roughly 3.2 million systems installed nationally through year-end 2022, representing more […]
  6. T&E commissioned Boston Consulting Group to study the impacts of the transition to zero-emission trucks on the European economy and truckmakers’ global competitiveness.
  7. I am betting on collective sanity, rational behavior of governments, and funding getting into the right hands as opposed to into the hands of people working on useless frippery.
  8. Understanding the Changes Could Help Predict Future Trends in Extreme Events
  9. Spanish wind power developer BlueFloat Energy is set to build an offshore wind farm in a location bordering the provinces of Ilocos Norte and Cagayan Valley in the north of the Philippines. Though the precise location is yet to be determined, the “pin drops” at the town of Claveria in province of Cagayan some 608 […]
  10. Sometimes, it just doesn’t feel like you’ve got enough screen real estate. This is very common for smartphones, but the convenience of having them on hand everywhere generally makes up for this. Even then, phones are getting bigger and bigger, and some even fold out to give you tablet-like space to work and play. At […]
  11. A right-hand drive Rivian R1T Pickup? Yes, you read that correctly. I was fortunate to get a chance to sit in one and check it out in Nairobi, Kenya. From the information I gathered, this is one of the only ones made so far and this was for a special purpose, joining some of the […]
  12. A couple of years ago, the Citroën ë-C4 was introduced in the EU, and since then we haven’t heard much of it. As electric daily drivers, we hear so much about Tesla, and being an owner myself, I can relate to the brand’s impact in terms of technology and performance offerings, which obviously spew off […]
  13. In a recent press release, Nissan announced a bold move for itss European business. Starting now, there will be no new combustion-powered vehicle models for the market, and by 2030, the company wants all new Nissans to be “100% electric.” Let’s take a quick look at the announcement and then discuss what it means. Nissan’s […]
  14. The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) recently awarded Accelerating Clean Transportation (ACT) grants to six Massachusetts school districts to electrify their school bus fleets. The grants are up to $2 million per fleet. They include funds for new buses and technical assistance to operationalize them, such as installing chargers and designing charging sites. A great […]
  15. In a recent video clip from CNBC, North Dakota’s governor answers questions about energy policy in the United States. Like many other people, I’ve never heard of Gov. Doug Burgum, which isn’t terribly surprising because he’s from one of the most out of the way and low-population states. I have nothing against rural areas and […]