Daily Archives: August 6, 2018

Tesla Short Sellers Lost Nearly $2 Billion In A Few Days

By Zachary Shahan Tesla short sellers reportedly lost nearly $2 billion at the end of last week. Yes, two billion. If you thought all of the anti-Tesla FUD and media hype was coming from the most honest of places, think again. People don’t like to lose money. They normally like to make money Read Full…

Daimler increases transparency in the raw material supply chain

The common goals are clear: certifiable standards, safe origins and transparency in the procurement of high-risk raw materials and a tangible improvement in the working and living conditions of people locally. By joining, Daimler AG is expanding its broad commitment to initiatives and is actively promoting greater transparency in global raw material supply chains. Read…

Maxwell celebrates American Wind Week

By Michelle Froese Did you know that over 100,000 U.S. workers are employed by the wind industry? That 500 factories make wind parts? That the industry added 1,032 MW of new wind capacity ­­in 2018? This week, Maxwell Technologies celebrates American Wind Week, an annual event put on by the American Wind Energy Association to…

Tesla Party & Camper Mode Coming To Model S/3/X, + Games!

By Kyle Field In a nod to the future of autonomous vehicles, Tesla is already starting to explore potential multimedia options for its vehicles. CEO Elon Musk confirmed last week that a handful of old-school Atari games will be included in the company’s highly anticipated version 9.0 firmware Read Full Article Here For more great…

Tesla Building Mini-Car For Adults

By Kyle Field Like it or not, most news from Tesla is broken on Twitter these days. CEO Elon Musk opens up about the latest developments from the company on a regular basis, sometimes as a teaser and sometimes to gather feedback. Yesterday, he tweeted about a new offering that’s already in the works at…

Axis Renewable Group opens new offices

By Michelle Froese Axis Renewables International, LLC (Axis Renewable Group) announced that it has opened new offices in Canada and Chile. These offices add to their current locations in Mexico, Uruguay, and Belize, which have been open since 2016. Axis Renewable Group officials expect these additional offices to help with customer in these regions. The…

Puerto Rico’s Electricity Sales Have Rebounded—Almost

By [email protected] After plummeting from 13.8 million megawatt hours in 2017 to 0.3 million megawatt hours the month after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s electricity sales are now approaching historic levels. Energy Information Administration (EIA) data shows that industrial and commercial electricity sales are back to pre-Maria levels, while residential rates are still somewhat lagging. On…

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