Relectrify Launches 120kWh-2MWh Commercial & Industrial Second-Life Battery Product

There has been a lot of progress in the electric vehicle industry over the past ten years. Ten years ago, the Nissan Leaf was one of the few mass production fully electric vehicles on the market. It had a 24 kWh battery pack that was good for about 140 km of range. To put that […]

Germany Plugin Electric Vehicle Share Hits 20.7% In Record February, Up 3x Year-On-Year

Germany, the world’s 4th largest auto market, and 2nd largest for plugin electric vehicles, hit 20.7% plugin market share in February 2021, up 3x from February 2020’s 6.9% share. The overall auto market was down 19% year-on-year. Homegrown brand Volkswagen dominated sales of full electric vehicles. February’s 20.7% plugin electric vehicle share consisted of a […]

Ford Mustang Mach-E Gets Nearly 4,000 Sales In 1st Full Month! 70% Conquest Sales!!

Ford has just reported February sales (it’s one of the only automakers that still reports monthly sales in the USA), and the headline news is that the Mustang Mach-E had nearly 4,000 sales in its first full month on the market. Score! Ford even led the sales report with a picture of the new Mustang […]

Why Did 70,000 People Buy NIO & Xpeng EVs Instead Of Teslas In China...

I saw a headline about this topic earlier today: “Why some Chinese are buying local electric car brands like Nio — instead of Tesla.” I thought it might offer some interesting insights, but it turns out CNBC just talked to a few people and got a few quotes on the topic. Perhaps they capture the […]

Make It Modular: Why Wind & Solar Are So Resilient

By Nathanael Greene  Even as the tragic blackouts in Texas were unfolding, defenders of dirty fossil fuels were desperately pointing their fingers at wind power, the Green New Deal, and anyone or anything else they could come up with to deflect blame. In truth, wind and solar power were not the primary cause of the […]

Porsche Taycan Art Car Headed For Charity Auction

We’ve made no secret of our appreciation for the swoopy, sultry Porsche Taycan electric sportscar ever since the first concepts made their debut a few years ago as the Mission E. Still, as good-looking as it is, it’s hard for many people wrap their heads around the idea of calling a mass-produced object a work of […]

The United States Installed More Wind Turbine Capacity in 2020 than in Any Other...

In both 2019 and 2020, project developers in the United States installed more wind power capacity than any other generating technology. According to data recently published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) in its Preliminary Monthly Electric Generator Inventory, annual wind turbine capacity additions in the United States set a record in 2020, totaling […]

Morgan Stanley: The Oil Industry Is About To Become Worthless

Originally published on EV Annex. by: Charles Morris There’s a lot of denial and wishful thinking in the oil and auto fields these days, but on the other hand, there are quite a few industry observers who understand that a historic transition is beginning. A recent article in the trade magazine OilPrice.com notes that coal power plants […]

Tesla’s New FSD Subscription Service Coming In Q2, + Updates From Elon Musk On...

In a reply to Whole Mars Catalog about when Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) subscriptions are launching, Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, said yesterday that they are coming in Q2 for sure. He also added that buying FSD will still be a better deal in the long term than the subscription. Note, buying FSD will still be […]

Honda, Yamaha, KTM, & Vespa Agree To Universal Electric Motorcycle Battery Standard

One of the biggest obstacles for industry adoption in the early days of EVs was the plurality of charging options. Today, we still have CHAdeMO, CCS, and Tesla’s own proprietary standard all battling it out in the US, with other standards still in play throughout the rest of the world as well. But that’s the car […]

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