Charge Movie On The Big Screen Next Week Only!

Docurama Films is presenting Charge as part of their series opening in theaters across the country next week. Read our review here, and watch our interview with the director here. You can possibly win free tickets by liking Docurama on Facebook. It’s part of the Docurama Festival, sponsored by GE.

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Exclusive Interview with Charge Director Mark Neale

In a desolate corner of Los Angeles’ warehouse district, at the end of a dead-end street, lies Man Heaven. No, it’s not one of the sad-sack nudie bars in the neighborhood, but a more pure sort of heaven. A place where the craft of motorcycle building is practiced with the same, if not more, love for metallurgy and mechanical engineering of olden days.

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CHARGE! Documenting the Birth of A Revolution

Mark Neale has done it again! As a big fan of his films about MotoGP, I was very eager to see Charge, his take on TTXGP. Neale did an excellent job conveying the level of perseverance and innovation needed to compete in this series. The film focuses primarily on two very different teams as they prepare for the first TTXGP race at Isle of Man in 2009.

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Solid-State Battery May Be Next Great Leap Forward In Technology

John Goodenough and researchers at the University of Texas say they have invented a solid state battery with higher energy density than a lithium ion battery. It also charges faster, works at low temperatures, and won’t burst into flames. Should we be excited yet?

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CARB, EV1, Ford, And Trump — Where Do We Go From Here?

In December, 1996, General Motors began leasing its innovative EV1 to customers in California. The EV1 generated a great deal of interest in electric cars but there was a reason why it was only available in California. The California Air Resources Board had promulgated regulations requiring manufacturers to sell zero emission cars if they want to continue doing business in the state.

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