On this week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review,” we look at the way that different auto manufacturers and motorsports are addressing the move to emissions-reducing transportation power.
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This week’s edition of the Gas2 Week in Review looked at several stories where technological advancements caught our readers’ attention.
What EVs do you think the Game of Thrones characters would drive, if given the choice?
Controversies over red light traffic tickets are common, and traffic light timing formulas are now being revisited.
The Tesla Model 3, the most anticipated all-electric vehicle from the visionary Silicon Valley automaker, was spotted again, this time by a determined fan. On Saturday, a Model 3 sighting occurred with a fan’s peek through a chain-link fence. The amateur photographer “decided to take a nice Saturday drive to the Tesla Fremont factory [and] […]
The 2017-18 rules for the Volvo Ocean Race will contain a distinction that few other professional sports currently have. Gender integrated sailing teams will not only be allowed— they will be incentified. The Volvo Ocean Race is often referred to as the longest and toughest sporting event in the world. New gender inclusive rules for […]
The articles on this week’s Gas2 Week in Review that really caught our readers’ attention primarily seemed to focus on ways that the auto industry and investments intersected.
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?
California will continue to move toward higher vehicle emission standards even as the Trump administration kicks and screams in protest
New materials and manufacturing processes are changing the future of mass transit.
2017 may be the year of state fuel tax increases. Here’s why.
On a day when an immigration ban went into effect, it was interesting to tour a Florida lighthouse museum and come across an exhibit dedicated to Cuban refugee rafts.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has reacted to a series of female employee complaints by opening up an investigation into human resources practices at the company.
Gas2 Week in Review, February 25: Tesla’s Model 3, Uber’s Gender Problems, Hydrogen Fuel Cells, and Lots More
This week’s Gas2 review zooms in on production dates for Tesla’s newest vehicle, a drone that delivers, the Trump administration stepping on modernizing the CA rail system, and more.
With all the competition lately around the Hyperloop, it comes as no surprise that a new patent combines Hyperloop technology with space travel.
Uber is a company that has often rejected social justice practices. Now a former Uber female engineer has described her experiences of sexual harassment and HR incompetence to further diminish the Uber brand.
If you’ve missed any of the Gas2 news stories this week, here are the Top Five that brought to light innovations or controversies in transportation and sustainability.
The quick responses of an alert son prevented additional injuries as his dad, who was driving, lapsed into a diabetic fugue.
What’s happening in air transportation to reduce carbon emissions?