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Elon Musk, the enigmatic Tesla founder and CEO has announced a "major new product line" last April 30. Interestingly, it is the first product of the company that is not a car.
Renewable Energy
Bidding for renewable energy resources was recently started by San Diego Gas & Electric, a California utility company. This utility company is planning to integrate fleets of electric vehicles and storage systems into California’s wholesale power market.
Electric Cars
All electric cars, even those in the entry-level, no matter what brand, are capable of meeting 85% of driving needs says scientists in the US Department of Energy.
Electric Vehicle Batteries
A recent study shows that electric vehicle batteries can be more useful than what is commonly thought. It is projected that they will be able to meet the daily travel needs of drivers longer than what is assumed by many.
Global Market
Based on the new analysis made by the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (CSEHR) there is a rapid growth in electric car demand around the world. Statistics show that in 2014, there were over 320,000 new EV registrations.
Electric Car Racing
Miami saw the first ever electric car racing in the United States in March 2015. The race was held in downtown Miami. It was through the initiative of the Florida Power and Light.
Electric Vehicle Hub
Not content with being regarded as the Detroit of the East, Thailand is now aiming to be the electric vehicle hub in the region.
The most obvious electric vehicle benefits are less air pollution, and a reduced carbon footprint. But a new research reveals that there are more subtle EV benefits than was previously thought.
Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles
Combining incentive programs with regulations, the Federal government is pushing forward with its intent on lowering vehicle emissions on United States roads.
Public Charging Stations
Even the average electric car advocate has the notion that the availability of public charging stations is a key element to the massive adoption of electric cars.
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