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Is “Perceived Solvency” The Real Reason Jim Chanos Is Short Tesla?

cleantechnica.com  -  9 hours ago
Tesla has reached its artificial milestone of producing 5,000 Model 3s per week, and media outlets (and buyers) continue to post rave reviews. The company’s three vehicles are the three top-selling EVs in the US market. Model S has been consistently outselling every competing large luxury sedan for…

Pitt's latest weed eaters are quiet, and adorable, too

post-gazette.com  -  9 hours ago
Goats chewing up acres of unwanted vegetation at Pitt add cute factor to university’s sustainability efforts.

3 Natural Gas & Climate Myths

cleantechnica.com  -  10 hours ago
Fossil fuels (all of them!) are the energy of the past. With new technologies like wind, solar, and advanced batteries in our hands, we can power today and tomorrow with clean, reliable energy that doesn’t harm our health and destroy our planet

Tesla Model S Is This Decade’s Greatest Car, Hagerty Claims

cleantechnica.com  -  11 hours ago
If you're a collector of classic cars, you're probably familiar with Hagerty. Started in 1984, this industry leader protects over one million vehicles — insuring some of the world's finest collector cars. With real-world expertise valuing the classics, Hagerty decided to put together a…

Nordic Bus Operator Electrifying Swedish Fleets With Order Of 24 BYD Buses

cleantechnica.com  -  14 hours ago
BYD has received an order for 24 electric buses for the province of Södermanland's public transit operator, Nobina

Nissan LEAF Nismo Arriving This Month (In Japan)

cleantechnica.com  -  15 hours ago
Nissan first showed a sporty, Nismo-tuned version of its new Nissan LEAF back in October of 2017. Since then, there hasn’t been much to report — until now. That’s because Nissan has announced that the Nismo LEAF is set to go on sale in Japan as early as July 31st!

Rumor: BMW To Offer 150 Mile i3

cleantechnica.com  -  15 hours ago
Bimmer Today has broken news about a new 120 amp-hour (Ah) BMW i3 that the early entrant into the electric vehicle market will introduce in the coming years. The news came through a source who claimed the new battery configuration would be arriving in a matter of months in 2018 or in early 2019 at…

Cost To Supercharge Across The United States vs Cost Of Gasoline

cleantechnica.com  -  16 hours ago
Tesla has been moving away from free Supercharging for its Model S, Model X, and Model 3, which elevates the importance of the cost to Supercharge as it becomes the new "cost of gas" for drivers looking to hit the road on longer trips. But how does it compare to the cost of driving an internal…

Renault Zoe Climbs To #1 In Germany (#CleanTechnica Electric Car Sales Report — Germany)

cleantechnica.com  -  16 hours ago
The German plug-in electric car (PEV) market grew 23% in June, to 5,709 registrations, with plug-in hybrids (+25%) and fully electric cars (+21%) growing at a similar pace. In 2018, all-electrics are reaching 1% share, while plug-in hybrids have also grown their share to 1%, resulting in a total…

L.A. County issues heat wave warning for the week ahead

latimes.com  -  19 hours ago
Inland temperatures are expected to hover in the 90s for much of the week, though they will likely hit 100 on Wednesday. Temperatures along the coast will be in the mid-80s.

The First 24 Hours In Our Tesla Model 3 (#CleanTechnica Review)

cleantechnica.com  -  19 hours ago
Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest July 21st, 2018 by Kyle Field  Alt Title: 24 Hours With Our Tesla Model 3 (CleanTechnica Exclusive) The Tesla Model 3 is the defining car of this generation and the first car to truly set the bar for what an affordable electric car can be. The only problem is…

Swimming advisory remains at 3 South Florida beaches

miamiherald.com  -  19 hours ago
The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County doesn’t expect to lift its alert warning people of contaminated waters at three South Florida Beaches — Golden Beach, Crandon Beach North and Crandon Beach South until after the weekend.

Youth Climate March underway in Pittsburgh

post-gazette.com  -  20 hours ago
Marchers have demands for Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey.

'Climate Kids' Lawsuit Beats the Government, Again

newser.com  -  20 hours ago
But NYC loses a climate case and Baltimore jumps into the legal fray

Python Slithers Away From Home, Winds Up In Man's Toilet Miles Away

huffingtonpost.com  -  21 hours ago
The out-of-place snake turned out to be a lost pet, said Virginia Beach Animal Control.

From Trails To Exhibits, National Parks Aim To Increase Accessibility

huffingtonpost.com  -  21 hours ago
Nine parks have received more than $10 million to design and build accessibility projects as examples for other parks.

Volvo Plug-In Vehicles Shine In France, Renault Zoe Still Queen (#CleanTechnica Electric Car Sales Report — France)

cleantechnica.com  -  a day ago
The French plug-in electric car market registered 4,667 units in June, up 13% year over year (YoY), with all-electric models growing slightly faster than plug-in hybrids (BEVs +14%, PHEVs +12%), something that hadn't been happening lately

An Increasingly Warmer World Is Changing Sporting Events

cleantechnica.com  -  a day ago
The next FIFA World Cup in 2022 will be held in winter, not summer, due to the sweltering climate of the next host country, Qatar. Located on the Persian Gulf, Qatar sees an average high temperature of 108 degrees F in the summer, and temperatures close to 123 degrees F have been recorded in the…

Formula E Cars Keep Getting Faster, With Longer Driving Range

cleantechnica.com  -  a day ago
Currently, cars last around 25 minutes before needing to be recharged, so drivers have to switch to a second car mid-race. For the fifth season of Formula E, which begins in December, each car will sport a battery large enough to make it through an entire 50-minute race. They will also feature a…

5 Common Electric Car Myths

cleantechnica.com  -  a day ago
In the UK, Go Ultra Low is a government-backed effort (in association with automakers) to spread awareness about electric vehicles. Go Ultra Low recently joined forces with OnePoll to publish new research regarding the public's understanding (or lack thereof) related to plug-in cars. It turns out…

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