This week’s edition of the Gas2 Week in Review looks at stories that captured various perspectives on the promise of electric power in alternative transportation.
Browsing the "Batteries" Tag
The week’s edition of the Gas2 Week in Review is all about experimentation— from electrode design to solar car cells and so much more.
The Tesla Model 3 again out-topped any other green transportation news story this week. The Model 3 is here! The Model 3 is here! Well, actually, the Tesla Model 3 production lines have just been fired up this week, which caused stock analysts to get their knickers in a knot. Some said the Tesla sky […]
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In this edition of Gas2’s Week in Review, we examine the various ways that automakers are wrestling with hybrids and EV batteries as well as a continual if losing battle by the Big Three automakers to halt CAFE standards implementation.
Gas2 Week in Review, April 2: Another Trump Defeat, Stalled Alternative Energy Projects, and More Musk
Alternative energy innovations emerged in a variety of ways in the news on Gas2 this week, some as examples of shining successes, others as reminders of how difficult it is to transfer R&D from a computer screen to the production line. We looked at California’s continuing fight to move toward higher vehicle emission standards, disappointments […]
How do solar cars work? What projects are underway to make solar cars more accessible to the average consumer? What remains to be done to get solar cars on our roadways?
Tesla’s newest patent is another attempt to ensure high levels of EV safety for consumers.
EVs are a huge part of the shift to a sustainable global energy policy. What factors need be to be considered in the transition to EVs?
EV sales are on the increase, both in the U.S. and globally. So much for those who said it couldn’t be done…
Season 2 of Formula E allows the teams to come up with innovative new power unit solutions- you can see the different designs here.
The Tesla GigaFactory will be huge – big enough to be seen from space without a telescope. But Elon Musk says he may need 10 of them to meet his goals.