Tesla gives a peek at the supercharging rest stops it wants to build around the world

(REPOST: Quartz Media)Tesla plans to build more than 10,000 electric cars per week by the end of 2018. Now, it’s trying to build enough stations to charge them. On Nov. 15, the company announced...

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Tesla Roadster: nine things we know about the 'smackdown to gasoline cars'

(REPOST: The Guardian)Tesla announced a new version of its very first car, the Roadster, turning it into an electric supercar described as a “hardcore smackdown to gasoline cars” by company...

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Climate change is 'turbocharging' the growth of trees in cities - and it could help reduce storm water flooding

(REPOST: Daily Mail)Researchers analyzed tree rings in ten cities around the world, and discovered that urban and rural trees have undergone accelerated growth since the 1960s - and say climate...

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Renault’s Cumulative EV Sales Now 120,000, As New Kangoo Z.E. 33 kWh Surges

(REPOST: Inside EVs)Through the end of October, cumulative sales of electric cars from Renault (since 2011) have crossed 120,000 units (excluding the LSV Twizy). October was another month of...

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Eelpower commissions first 10MWh battery on path to ‘battery energy storage utility’

(REPOST: Clean Energy News)Eelpower has commissioned a 10MW battery storage project, backed with both frequency response and capacity market contracts, in the first of a new pipeline of projects...

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BATTERY STORAGE IS POISED TO RECHARGE THE UK'S ENERGY SECTOR OVER THE NEXT YEAR

(REPOST: CityAM)The National Grid said this summer was the greenest ever, offshore wind became cheaper than new nuclear and the country’s first subsidy-free solar farm opened.

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VW to invest in Chinese EV production as it looks to meet quota regulations

Nov 30, 2017 Repost

(REPOST:Autovista Group)Volkswagen (VW) is to spend around €10 billion by 2025 to develop and manufacture electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid cars in China, as it looks to comply with...

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Butterfly wings inspire solar cell efficiency

(REPOST: The Engineer)Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany have been working on improving the efficiency of thin-film solar cells, a technology which is promising for...

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