FreeWire Helps Road Ranger Get EV Charging Stations Up Faster
Installing EV fast chargers is an expensive proposition. This is due to the need for high-voltage electrical infrastructure, which in many cases requires additional construction work and upgrades of existing infrastructure. Additionally, these chargers require more resources and energy than regular wall sockets, leading to increased costs. The complexity of installing fast chargers and ensuring […]
European Tiny Modular Reactor Deal Starts With Absurdly Expensive Electricity
Already 2.4 times as expensive as very, very expensive Hinkley. First of a kind, so very likely to double or more in price. Very unlikely to be built before 2040 due to long-tailed risks.
See-Through, Energy Efficient Windows Made From Paper
Researchers seek new formula for energy efficient windows in beer wort, balsa wood, and paper pulp.
We’re Approaching Several ‘Positive’ Climate Tipping Points. Is It Enough?
Reports on “positive tipping points” point to technical solutions, but they miss the role of politics in decarbonizing the economy. When it comes to climate change, tipping points are typically a bad thing. They refer to a threshold at which irreversible, self-perpetuating and catastrophic environmental changes – often referred to as feedback loops – will […]
Tesla Extended Warranty for Model 3 & Model Y Now an Option!
It seems like most Americans are routinely hounded by annoying, scammy, spam phone calls telling you that you need to buy an extended warranty for your car. (Though, I haven’t been getting those for a while. Thanks, Biden?) I’m not sure why or how those became such common spam calls, but if you are indeed […]
The Year of Change: Snippets from the EV Situation in Latin America
Long distances, oilfields, and low salaries abound south of the Rio Bravo. If you ask me, it’s mainly these three conditions that have marked Latin America as one of the laggards in the EV transition. Alas, all bad times should come to an end, and recent developments in the region start to show not a […]
A Consortium Led By IBL Group To Purchase Majority Stake In Equator Energy
Equator Energy is a fully integrated solar power provider headquarted in Nairobi, Kenya. Equator Energy also has a presence in Uganda, as well as regional staff in South Sudan, Somalia, and Zimbabwe. The design, installation, operation, and maintenance of its solar power plants is all done in-house. Equator Energy was launched in 2016 by Maris […]
Some Ford Dealers Withdraw From Electric Car Sales Program
Some Ford dealers have had second thoughts about the company's EV sales program and notified the company they are no longer interested in participating.
Data Center Firm Teraco Plans To Build 200 MW Of Solar PV To Power...
Teraco is Africa’s leading carrier-neutral colocation provider. Teraco says it is the first provider of highly resilient, vendor-neutral data environments in sub-Saharan Africa. Teraco says its world-class data center infrastructure and network-dense ecosystems form a vital part of the African internet’s backbone and is essential to the modern enterprise’s digital transformation strategy. Teraco adds that […]
The Battle for Germany’s EV Market, Part II — Tesla Model 3 Called for...
The overall German auto market had a positive month in February (+3% year over year), with BEVs being the highlight (+15% YoY). There were 32,475 BEV registrations last month, 16% of the overall market. That pulled the market up, quite different from diesel (-7%) and especially PHEVs (-45%!), the latter of which are now suffering […]