Daily Archives: August 8, 2018

The Tiny Electric Microlino Is The Ideal City Mobility Answer

By Nicolas Zart Microcars are nothing new. In fact, Isetta, Messerschmitt, and BMW shared a successful three-wheeled car in the 1950s. Although the original car ran on a highly inefficient two-stroke gasoline engine, today’s electric drivetrain is a given for such micro-mobile platforms. So, why haven’t we seen more micro EVs Read Full Article Here…

More than 714,000 people work in clean energy across the Midwest

By Michelle Froese More than 714,000 Midwesterners now work in clean energy industries across the Midwest according to a new analysis of energy jobs data from Clean Energy Trust (CET) and the national, nonpartisan business group E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs). The region’s clean energy economy now employs more than all the waiters and waitresses, computer programmers,…

Shell Ventures invests in Ample electric car charging technology

Ample, a technology company focused on solving the energy delivery challenge for electric cars, announced that it has closed a $31 million Series A round of financing. Shell Ventures led the investment round with participation from Moore Strategic Ventures, Repsol Energy Ventures, Hemi Ventures, and TRIREC. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric…

Reject the NEG, urge doctors

By Doctors for the Environment Australia Dr Chris Juttner, says we need nothing less than global action equivalent to the mobilisation for World War Two to keep temperatures below 2 degrees to avoid further climate chaos, and urges Australia to rejoin the battle. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Certrec offers NERC compliance workshop for 2019

By Michelle Froese Certrec, a NERC regulatory compliance service provider, has announced their fourth Annual NERC Compliance workshop is scheduled to be held February 18 to 20 in Texas. After the success of last year’s workshop, Certrec plans to continue the momentum with another conference, offering even more services and opportunities to the NERC community….

Tesla Model 3 & Model S Have Mixed Results In IIHS Tests

By Steve Hanley In real-world driving tests conducted by IIHS, the Tesla Model 3 and Model S were the only cars in the group that failed to slow enough during automatic emergency braking to avoid hitting a stationary car in the road. But in other tests, they outperformed the competition. Read Full Article Here For…

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