Daily Archives: March 15, 2016

High Hopes Are Resting on Tesla’s Volume Selling Model 3

By Jeff Cobb The culmination of Tesla Motors’ three-stage business plan established last decade will be kicked off in earnest at the March 31 revelation of the Model 3 in Los Angeles. Tesla’s ambitions to revolutionize automobiles has centered around proving itself first with an upscale sports car, moving to a mid-priced luxury sports sedan,…

Orchestration of systems of mobile robots

Modern mobile robots have increasingly practical capabilities. Yet, while the capabilities of such mobile robots are impressive, how useful is a single mobile robot? Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Study: How More R&D Funding can Accelerate the Clean Energy Revolution

By Massachusetts Institute of Technology On one level, we know the answer: Replace carbon-emitting fossil fuels with clean energy, including solar and wind power. The post Study: How More R&D Funding can Accelerate the Clean Energy Revolution appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

Tesla Opens Up Model 3 Event To Owners Via Lottery

By Kyle Field This afternoon, lucky Tesla owners around the world may have a surprise waiting for them in their email inbox – an invitation to the exclusive Model 3 unveiling on March 31st…in Los Angeles, CA! This confirms earlier indications from owners who won tickets by referring other buyers that the event will be…

Transforming the U.S. Transportation System by 2050

By Massachusetts Institute of Technology Changes to the U.S. transportation system–how much we travel, the vehicles we use, and the fuels that power them–offer the potential for substantial reductions in GHG emissions, and are necessary to mitigate climate change. The post Transforming the U.S. Transportation System by 2050 appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read…

New ORNL Techniques Could Improve Performance of Solar Cells

By U.S. DOE While solar cells made from light-harvesting perovskite (an organic-inorganic hybrid) materials have recently eclipsed the 20 percent efficiency mark, researchers believe they could do better if they had a clearer picture of energy flow at the nanometer scale. The post New ORNL Techniques Could Improve Performance of Solar Cells appeared first on…

Windar Photonics receives LiDAR orders from two North American utilities

By Michelle Froese Windar Photonics’ WindEYE has no mechanical moving parts, is easy to handle, and has limited maintenance requirements. Windar Photonics, a provider of LiDAR systems for wind turbines, says it received orders from two unnamed North American utilities for a total of 11 units of its WindEYE sensor. The Denmark-based company will supply…

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