After talking with BYD at Solar Power International last month, BYD invited Important Media’s Kyle Field over for an inside look at the latest and greatest creations from BYD at their Lancaster, California, electric bus factory. Zach covered the launch of the facility back in May of 2013 on our sister site EV Obsession and […]
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Atlanta commuters will now be able to cet WiFi access while riding on the city’s MARTA transit system- it’s hoped the move will encourage more riders.
The new BMW X5 plug-in hybrid is bringing i8 technology to the soccer field with room for kids in a package that’s being billed as “greener than a Prius”.
Those living in Ontario may be happy to know that the province is offering rebatea to people purchasing electric vehicle charging stations for their homes.
Via CleanTechnica: By Rogier van Rooij It will save you money, it will save you time, and it will save the environment. The Dutch startup Picnic is about to go into business, and it has the potential to really disrupt the grocery market. Picnic is a concept that has been under development for the past three years by a team […]
By Cynthia Shahan, with content additions and editing by Zachary Shahan Lest we forget, conventional hybrid electric cars (no plugs), and especially the Toyota Prius, led the beginning of this transition to eliminate gas, lower emissions, and come into the age of the EV. Toyota has just revealed the 2016 Prius, and it is a big change […]
The dialog stream of members on the GM-Volt Forum compares Motor Trend track tests, and as our title indicates, those tests found the ’16 Volt actually has a quicker 0–30 mph time than a Model S 85 (2.2 vs. 2.3 seconds)!
Originally published on CleanTechnica. There’s an exciting project currently underway in the northern German city of Hamburg, being carried out by the German energy and IT company LichtBlick: An apartment building is being transformed into a power plant. There’s a photovoltaics system on the roof, a combined heat and power unit and a storage battery in […]
Originally published on CleanTechnica. By Cynthia Shahan There is so much difference between Florida and California, and yet there is a common interest in automobiles, and especially one, in particular — the Tesla Model S, an all-electric automobile that is widely considered the best mass-market automobile in the world. Along with being a clean and fast status symbol, […]
Originally published on CleanTechnica. By Cynthia Shahan An Orlando-to-Miami train, the potential passenger rail connector between Central Florida and South Florida, has just passed another crucial milestone. It has received approval for $1.75 billion in state funding. The train will run from Orlando and only have stops in West Palm and Miami. Although it is not a “high-speed train,” at 125 […]
By Cynthia Shahan If you don’t have the time in the immediate future to travel Europe, contemplate this brief journey through the eyes of a Nissan LEAF. The electric jaunt shares the 5 “most breathtaking electric drives” in Europe. Pass a few moments from Rieti to Rome (serenely riding from the heart of Italy to the […]
Originally published on CleanTechnica. By Mike Barnard What is the fastest production motorcycle in the world? What bike beat every other motorcycle and most cars up Pike’s Peak in 2013? What motorcycle had massive brake and shock upgrades while getting almost $2,000 cheaper in the past two years? What motorcycle is cheapest to own and […]