Daily Archives: October 12, 2020

USA’s $100 Million Green Hydrogen Fuel Cell Plan

By Charley Rattan Hydrogen trucksThe automakers Ford, Daimler Trucks North America, Mack Trucks, and Volvo Trucks North America are also on board with the coalition for zero-emission trucks.If you are interested why not join me and over 800 companies and thought-leaders at the Business opportunities for the hydrogen economy https://lnkd.in/e_ZpqVd professional group. Click headline for…

Tesla Model 3 Revealed UK’s Most Popular Electric Car

A new report by Nationwide Vehicle Contracts reveals the world’s most popular electric cars. The report looks at global electric vehicle sales from EVVolumes.com over the last three years, as well as Google search volume data for electric and hybrid vehicles in 152 different countries to show the world’s most desired make and model. Read…

Mitie Accelerates Past Electric Vehicle Target

Mitie has achieved a landmark moment in its electric vehicle strategy, having passed its target of switching 20% of its cars and small vans to electric. Mitie now has over 750 EVs, well above its 20% by 2020 target of 717 zero emission vehicles. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Levelized Cost of Energy Related Options

By Rafael Herzberg These days a long list of energy related options is potentially available for industrial, commercial and institutional energy users. They range from purchasing energy as commodities (power, gas, biomass, etc.), developing energy efficiency projects (inside the fence) and power projects such as generation, cogeneration and high voltage access (to the fence and/or…

Cost of owning Tesla Model 3 much less than rival BMW 330i

By Bridie Schmidt Modelling shows drivers can save significant amounts of money owning an electric car compared to their fossil-fuelled rivals. The post Cost of owning Tesla Model 3 much less than rival BMW 330i appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Greenhouse gas emissions – why methane is critical to the full picture

By Sylvester Bamkole Methane is a more potent greenhouse gas (GHG) than carbon dioxide (CO2). Understanding methane’s role in GHG emissions (via accurate emissions profiling) and climate change is critical for regulators, stakeholders, and global investors seeking to understand the challenges and opportunities posed by the energy transition Click headline for full article Read Full…

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