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Kentucky Coal Museum Switches To Solar Power

    Experts believe that even the recent deregulation of the coal industry will not be enough to bring back coal jobs. 1923 is the past, and we …

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With Tesla Shares Above $300, Let’s Reflect On All The Company’s Mistakes

    Originally published on TeslaMondo.How did we shareholders get to this milestone? After all, Tesla has done everything totally wrong for yea…

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New Report Says New Orleans Is Among Leading US Cities For Solar Power

    Originally published on SolarLove.A report released this week by the Environment America ResearchPolicy Center entitled “Shining Citi…

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The Real History, Prehistory, & Mythology of Anthropogenic Climate Change (Part 5)

    This article is part of a short series. You can find Part 1 here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here, and Part 4 here.Putting This All TogetherNow th…

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Tracing The Ancestry of Today’s Electric Vehicles (Part 2)

    This article is part of a short series on the history of EVs. You can find Part 1 here.The Tesla RoadsterBoth the compliance cars and the se…

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Post-Industrial & Toxic Sites Can “Exude Optimism” When Reclaimed Aesthetically (Vi

    Waste production, greenhouse gas emissions, and aggressive industrial resource extraction have accelerated, ushering in an era of unpreceden…

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There Are More Electric Cars Than Gas Cars On The Road In Oslo

    Are Hansen, our ace reporter on the ground in Norway, got in touch the other day to alert us to the latest news from Elbil, the Norwegian El…

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Dozens Of Original Tesla Roadsters Lost In Gruber Motors Fire

    Over the weekend, tragedy struck again at Gruber Motors in Arizona. An electrical failure started a fire in their main service building, and…

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Bill McKibben Is Optimistic About Climate Change, But Greta Thunberg Is Not

    Writing in The Guardian last week, Bill McKibben, the founder of 350.org and a non-stop climate activist, said, “It’s easy to feel pe…

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“Not Everyone Should Drive A Battery Electric Car,” Claims Toyota Chief Scientist

    If you are the chief scientist for an automaker run by someone who pooh-poohs electric cars, you parrot the party line promulgated by the bo…

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The Build Back Better Act is a Bridge to the Future We Need. Senator Manchin, Don’t Blow It Up!

    Originally published by Union of Concerned Scientists, The Equation.By Rachel Cleetus In the last week, Senator Manchin (D-WV) has become …

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Largest Depot for Electric Buses in Australia

    Transit Systems (owned by Sealink Travel Group) is currently operating 15 electric buses in Sydney’s Inner West urban streets.  With 40 mo…

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How To Go To Jail: 1. Buy A Tesla With Counterfeit Cash. 2. Steal It If 1 Doesn’t Work. 3. Run

    The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office shared on Facebook that a gentleman by the name of Cortavious Rey-Ray Johnson did something rat…

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Tesla Cost of Ownership: Model 3 Long Range — 2 Years & 50,000 Miles of Maintenance

    This “Tesla Cost of Ownership” article is a companion piece to CleanTechnica Chief Editor Zach Shahan’s recent article about hi…

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Update: Tesla Model 3 v. Nissan LEAF v. Chevy Bolt (We Have a Winner)

    The Nissan LEAF was one of the early contenders for modern EV supremacy when it launched in 2010. The second generation LEAF, which debuted …

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U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s Security Details Drives A Ford Mustang Mach-E

    While many Tesla fans aren’t happy with the Biden Administration right now, it’s important to look for the good and congratulate…

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Utilities & EV Dreams in India

    Guest blog by Nitish Arora and Jessica KorshIndia needs to exponentially increase the number of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations to p…

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Tracing The Ancestry of Today’s Electric Vehicles (Part 3)

    This article is part of a short series on the history of electric vehicles. You can find Part 1 here and Part 2 here.The GM Sunraycer, and T…

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Batteries Made From Recycled Materials “Better Than New”

    There is a built-in consumer bias against using recycled materials. We want new, not used. We want a new starter for our car, not one pulled…

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Renewable Energy Jobs Reach 12 Million Globally

    Report by IRENA and ILO underscores the jobs potential of an ambitious climate strategy and calls for comprehensive policies in support of a…

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The Rad Power Bikes RadCity 5 Plus Electric

    The Rad Power Bikes RadCity has been a staid workhorse for commuters for many years and was recently given a complete makeover. The new RadC…

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Stellantis Pairs With LG to Build EV Battery

    After Toyota announced its commitment to build batteries in the U.S. Monday morning, Stellantis has now announced it’s investing in a …

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Fortescue Future Industries Buys Majority St

    Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Future Industries has bought a majority stake in technology group HyET. Its “Powerfoil” solar technology is de…

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Byton Snaps Up California Distributor Licens

    Another piece of good news is coming from Byton. It has snatched up a distribution license from California, hinting that the company will se…

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Tesla US Sales Up 104% While US Auto Industr

    The US auto industry has had a tough year. Sales are down notably despite the fact that the country is creeping gradually out of the COVID c…

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