Tesla Reportedly Offering $3,750 Discount for December Model 3/Model Y Deliveries

Credit to Author: Chris Boylan| Date: Thu, 01 Dec 2022 21:43:58 +0000

With a new year looming, and promises of the new more inclusive EV tax credit right around the corner, EV makers may be worried about finishing the year strong with December deliveries in the United States. Many potential customers with pending EV orders may opt to delay delivery (or at least try to do so) […]

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Which State Has the Most EV Chargers Per Resident? (Hint: It’s not California)

Credit to Author: Chris Boylan| Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2022 00:15:31 +0000

For EVs to gain critical mass in the United States, the public needs to believe the infrastructure is there to support them. As an EV owner myself, I know most EV owners charge their cars at home and have little need for public or private charging stations. But for long distance trips and for those […]

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XPENG Announces Vehicle Delivery Results For October 2022, Sees 56% Increase YOY

Credit to Author: Tim Tyler| Date: Fri, 04 Nov 2022 15:00:20 +0000

So far, this has been a good year for the Chinese smart electric vehicle company XPeng Inc (NYSE: XPEV and HKEX: 9868) and October 2022 was no exception. XPeng vehicle delivery results for October 2022 were released and showed some good numbers driving the company forward. In the month of October, XPENG recorded monthly deliveries […]

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The Nikola Motor Badger Will Have 600 Mile Range & Arrive As A BEV & FCEV

Credit to Author: Kyle Field| Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2020 19:49:06 +0000

Today, Nikola Motors unveiled a new electric truck, the Badger. The vehicle is still in the early stages of development, but the company is working on a battery electric version and a hydrogen fuel cell electric configuration that can also recharge its onboard battery from the grid. The Badger will hit the market with a 600 mile (965 km) range with a 0-60 of 2.9 seconds

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Turkey Jumps Into The EV Market

Credit to Author: Johnna Crider| Date: Fri, 27 Dec 2019 23:11:31 +0000

TurkeyTurkey jumps into the EV market by unveiling its first “fully” domestically made electric vehicle, with goals of producing up to 175,000 EVs a year. This will cost around $3.7 billion over the next 13 years. This is refreshing to see — another country getting more serious about electric vehicles

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Regulators: Central Station Generation Will Stay Dominant Despite Emerging Tech

Credit to Author: Sonal Patel| Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 15:39:32 +0000

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A nationwide survey of state utility commissions suggests regulators are increasingly grappling with issues that could “profoundly” alter energy delivery and utility business models. However, over the next decade, they expect central station generation will continue to dominate state portfolios, and utility-scale solar growth will surpass customer-owned photovoltaic (PV).  The survey to take the “regulatory […]

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Top 5 Energy Storage Trends of the Year

Credit to Author: Aaron Larson| Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2019 02:38:56 +0000

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Energy storage has been the hot topic in solar and e-mobility over the last couple years, and it’s only getting hotter. Last year, energy storage installations in the U.S. totaled 311 MW and 777 MWh, up from next to nothing six years prior, and this is just the beginning. Wood Mackenzie and Energy Storage Association […]

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Can Tesla Save the Earth?

Credit to Author: Andy Miles| Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2019 18:58:27 +0000

Can Tesla Save the Earth?That question, “can Tesla save the Earth?”, is a condensed way of asking what impact can Tesla cars, and any electric vehicles have in our war against climate change. War it is, because we either win, and survive, or we lose, and perish, so loosing is unthinkable, and certainly we have to do everything we [&hellip

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