Daily Archives: July 12, 2017

When Will Tesla Run Out of Federal Consumer Tax Credits?

By Jeff Cobb U.S. Tesla buyers have counted on a $7,500 federal tax credit for a few years now, but the automaker is due to hit a 200,000-unit threshold at which point they’ll begin to fade away. Thanks to its Model 3 which begins the first 30 deliveries this month, then begins a steep ramp-up…

Ergodyne launches new holsters & pouches for safe tool storage

By Michelle Froese For workers at heights, tethering tools is only the first step. Those objects need to be stored safely and securely when not in use. That’s why Ergodyne has launched five new holsters and pouches for more ergonomic, convenient tool storage on a tool belt or fall-protection harness. All five new models are…

Clean Energy Award finalists leading change in the energy sector

By Clean Energy Council A community mini grid in Victoria which helped customers to halve their power bills over summer, an innovative approach to project finance, and electricity billing based on mobile phone plans are some of the finalists announced today in the 2017 Clean Energy Council Awards. Read Full Article Here For more great…

Advanced solutions for autonomous vehicles

Cooperation to further develop communications between autonomous vehicles and road infrastructure, and testing on toll barrier crossing and work zone approach. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Trillion-Ton Larsen C Iceberg Breaks Off Antarctic Ice Shelf

By Jeremy Bloom The biggest iceberg in recorded history has broken off of Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf, sending a trillion tons of ice into shipping lanes. If only somebody could tow this Larsen C iceberg to California, it would go a long way toward solving the Southwest’s water shortages Trillion-Ton Larsen C Iceberg Breaks…

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