Daily Archives: September 28, 2018

Forbes: Electric Cars = The Future, Gasmobile Killers

By Matt Pressman Are the days of the gas guzzler numbered? Tom Raftery (via Forbes) says there are “seven reasons why the internal combustion engine is a dead man walking.” He explains, “Electric cars are the future. The transition has just begun, but the move from ICE vehicles to electric will happen sooner and more…

Tesla Dominating AAA Ratings

By Matt Pressman If you’re looking for a green car, look no further than a Tesla. Dawn White (via Penn Live) spoke with Rashmi Shah at a Tesla Supercharger station about his new Model 3. “I love it,” Shah said. “I bought it mainly because I want to be good to the environment. I also…

Business Network for Offshore Wind launches new podcast

By Michelle Froese In conjunction with National Clean Energy Week 2018, the Business Network for Offshore Wind has launched a new podcast, Offshore Wind Insider. The podcast features interviews with the wind industry’s movers and shakers, profiles of Network members and dives into current policy and market developments. The podcast features interviews with the industry’s…

ACCIONA certifying wind & solar with blockchain technology

By Michelle Froese ACCIONA Energía has applied the first system of its kind at its wind power facility in Barásoain and at its solar plant in Tudela, both located in Navarre, northern Spain. ACCIONA Energía has applied blockchain technology to certify the 100% renewable origin of the energy fed into the grid from its two…

Over 700,000 Diesel Vehicles Must Be Recalled By Daimler

By Jake Richardson Over 700,000 diesel vehicles have to be recalled by Daimler because of the detection of illegal software. The affected models reportedly are the GLC sport-utility vehicle (SUV), C-Class sedan, and Vito vans. Fines are not part of the picture, nor are there any difficult hardware repairs Read Full Article Here For more…

WindEnergy Hamburg brings global wind community together

By Michelle Froese WindEnergy Hamburg, which just wrapped up this week, has further strengthened its position as an important platform of the global wind industry. Many of the 1,482 exhibitors from 40 different countries at the world’s leading expo of the onshore and offshore wind industry announced product launches and business transactions. In total, WindEnergy…

New York and Denmark to work together on offshore wind

By Michelle Froese The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate, have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding that supports the continued cooperation regarding strategies and solutions for the development of offshore wind energy. NYSERDA, which is leading the development of offshore…

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