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Car rental giant Hertz dumps EVs in U.S. in favour of gasoline engines | CBC News

  2024-01-12 (or before) in - Canada's Public Broadcaster

Rental firm Hertz Global Holdings said on Thursday it would sell about 20,000 electric vehicles, including Teslas, from its U.S. fleet due to higher expenses related to collision and damage, and will opt for gas-powered vehicles.

  Tagged under: Electric Cars | EVs | Tesla

BP revs up $100m order for US Tesla chargers

  2023-10-27 in Business Green

Deal forms latest part of oil giant's plans to invest up to $1bn in EV charging across the US by 2030

  Tagged under: BP | Tesla


  2023-07-02 (or before) in Home - CATCHER

Renewable Energy Conversion Technology humidity to electricity humidity to electricity humidity to electricity Projects‘ vision CATCHER‘s vision is based on the collective dream of humanity to get “ENERGY from AIR”. The pioneer of the experiments on capturing electricity from the atmosphere was Nikola Tesla (1932). Tesla’s intent was to condense the energy trapped between the […]

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Electricity | Tesla

Neoen and Tesla to build giant four-hour battery in landmark deal to squash solar duck

  2023-06-19 in Renew Economy | News and analysis for the clean energy economy

Neoen is to build a massive four-hour battery in Western Australia in landmark and highly profitable contract designed to flatten solar duck in world’s biggest isolated grid.

  Tagged under: Solar Energy | Electricity Grid | Tesla

Is Desalination Absurdly Cheap, As Elon Musk Claimed? | the deep dive

  2023-05-07 (or before) in the deep dive | Providing stock analysis for investors of the Canadian junior markets

Elon Musk, the chief executive of Twitter, SpaceX, Tesla, and Neuralink, found time in his busy schedule to be a

  Tagged under: Tesla

Tesla says global energy demand will be cut in half by switch to EVs and renewables

  2023-04-26 by in The Driven - Australian EV News

Tesla says transition to EVs, battery storage, wind and solar will slash energy consumption needs by half compared to inefficient fossil fuels.

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Solar Energy | Electric Cars | EVs | Fossil Fuels | Wind Power | Tesla

Electric car costs and repairs take the spark out of green driving

  2023-04-23 (or before) by in The Times & The Sunday Times

The cost of insuring electric cars has jumped by 20 per cent over the past year as Teslas and other models are scrapped when their battery packs have the slight

  Tagged under: Insurance | Electric Cars | Cars | Tesla

Musk company wants to dump millions of gallons of treated wastewater in Texas

  2023-03-15 (or before) by in Chron: Houston News, Sports, Entertainment, Food and Drink - Chron

A Musk-affiliated LLC has filed a request to dump 142,500 gallons per day near Bastrop.

  Tagged under: Colorado River | Rivers | Cars | Texas | Tesla

Tesla's energy storage business is booming, and it's just the beginning

  2023-01-27 by in Electrek

Tesla’s energy storage business is booming with a record year, but it’s just the beginning as we could see volume...

  Tagged under: Tesla

What My Tesla Model Y Taught Me This Week

  2022-02-06 in Cleantech News #1 In EV, Solar, Wind, Tesla News

During my first real road trip with my Model Y, I learned a lot of cool stuff.

  Tagged under: Tesla

Leading the charge! Can I make it from Land’s End to John o’Groats in an electric car?

  2021-07-28 in The Guardian

New petrol and diesel cars will be banned in the UK from 2030, and sales of electric vehicles are rising fast. But with drivers reliant on charging points how practical is the greener option? One writer finds out

  Tagged under: Renewable Energy | Electric Cars | Greenhouse Gases | Hydrogen | Cars | Tesla

Is GM's New EV Battery a Tesla Killer?

  2020-03-08 (or before) in Popular Mechanics

It goes 400 miles on a charge—and it's flexible in an important new way.

  Tagged under: Batteries | Tesla

Apple and Google named in US lawsuit over Congolese child cobalt mining deaths

  2019-12-16 in The Guardian

Dell, Microsoft and Tesla also among tech firms named in case brought by families of children killed or injured while mining in DRC

  Tagged under: Tesla | Congo | Cobalt | Africa | Women and Children

Patent Suggests Tesla Is On Cusp Of Battery Chemistry Breakthrough

  2019-06-04 (or before) in InsideEVs | Electric Vehicle News, Reviews, and Reports

Tesla's battery expert Jeff Dahn has submitted a new patent for battery cell chemistry that will lead to faster charging, longer life, and lower cost.

  Tagged under: Batteries | Tesla

Why Bloom is Off Environmental Rose for Tesla and Other Electric Vehicles

  2019-05-31 in The Daily Signal: Policy News, Conservative Analysis and Opinion

One study estimated you'd have to drive a Tesla for more than eight years to break even in terms of carbon emissions, compared with a conventional vehicle.

  Tagged under: Tesla

Tesla manager warns of global shortage of battery minerals in near future

  2019-05-03 in Computing - The UK's leading source for the analysis of business technology

Some minerals cannot be easily obtained, due to underinvestment in the mining sector

  Tagged under: Batteries | Tesla | Minerals

Tesla Model S battery degradation data

  2015-01-24 in Steinbuch Want to read about the acceleration we are seeing in our society in the area of mobility? Read our new book 'Forward'. Updated June 9, 2020. Today, Tesla Motors published their 2019 Impact report. The report contains very interesting data about the environmental impact of their products. In the report, for the first time, there…

  Tagged under: Batteries | Tesla

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