Daily Archives: December 22, 2017

EO Smart Electric Car 2 Clumps Up, Shrinks, & Pivots

By Nicolas Zart On CleanTechnica, we love smart e-mobility solutions. And as much as the electric vehicle (EV) rEVolution has certainly opened up solutions, it also let loose engineers’ and designers’ full creative juices to devise some pretty smart ones. A few years ago, Steve Hanley covered the EO Smart Connected Car, and the EO…

Governor of Puerto Rico Promises Revenge for Republican Betrayal

By Steve Hanley Governor Rossello of Puerto Rice is infuriated that the Republican tax bill has stripped the island of important tax advantages critical to rebuilding its economy. He promises to mobilize Puerto Ricans living in the United States to vote against those responsible for the treachery. Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

Cleantech News Roundup: Silly Solar, VW & BMW Defeat Devices, Hybrid Supercars, Bespoke Tesla, & Tinfoil Hats

By Derek Markham We’ve got silly solar legislation, a bespoke Tesla wagon, large-scale plant-based minced meat production, a “recycled hawtness” double-decker bus conversion, more Volkswagen defeat device recalls, a healthy serving of cold fusion and tinfoil hats, and more in today’s cleantech and clean transport roundup. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Clean…

Electric Car Savings Will Pay For Christmas & More

By Cynthia Shahan A New Go Ultra Low cost calculator finds that the typical 100% electric car in the UK could cost on average just 3p per mile to run. That is a notable bit of savings compared to 9p for the comparable diesel car. The first savings, in my experience, regard the smell, the…

Report highlights cyber threat to U.S. electric industry

By Paul Dvorak This article comes from Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP and is authored by J. Daniel Skees and Arjun Prasad Ramadevanahalli. As evidence that cyber attacks continue to threaten electric infrastructure in the United States, a report issued on December 14 by cybersecurity firm FireEye indicates that critical infrastructure industrial control systems (ICS)…

Juliana v US: For Children of All Ages — Part One

Through the magic of YouTube TV, I was able to sit in on the oral arguments in the latest episode of Juliana v. United States. The lawsuit is being brought by 21 plaintiffs ranging in age from 10 to 21. It accuses the federal government of causing them harm by failing to protect them adequately…

EWT to start blade factory in the Netherlands

By Michelle Froese EWT, the world’s leading turbine supplier for localized energy generation, announced the start of its own rotor blade factory in Enschede, Netherlands, to guarantee the continuity of the production of its DirectWind turbines. With the new factory, EWT will become the sole manufacturer of rotor blades in the Netherlands, representing a key…

2018 promises to be a year of innovation in the energy sector

By Paul Dvorak Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) says that advancements in new technology and innovation through techniques and materials will directly have an impact on affordable energy prices in 2018. The popularity and increasing affordability of traditional energy and renewable resources, coupled with the race to optimize access to our resources and build smarter cities,…

New version of LaserNet Particle Analyzer features wide-ranging particle counting & ferrous monitoring capabilities

By Paul Dvorak The new Version 7 of the LaserNet 200 Comprehensive Particle Analyzer Series from Spectro Scientific provides extensive analysis of particles in lubricating and hydraulic fluids. Compared to earlier releases, the new Series increases particle counting range up to 10 million particles/ml without dilution and includes a new set of ferrous particle measurements…

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