The Michelin Vision is a 3D-printed concept that combines the wheel and tire into one sustainable, bio-degradable package, reducing the amount of rubber need to a minimum.
Michelin Vision Concept Reinvents The Tire & Wheel was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Workhorse CEO Steve Burns says the W-15 plug-in hybrid pickup truck is cost effective and reliable. So far, it has hundreds of pre-orders and expects to begin production next year.
Workhorse CEO Discusses Company’s W-15 Plug-In Hybrid Pickup Truck was originally published on CleanTechnica.
With the Indian government planning to organize an increasing number of reverse auctions for wind energy projects, several states are rethinking whether to continue with the feed-in tariffs at all.
Several Indian States Consider Ending Wind Energy Feed-in Tariffs was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The third phase of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai has achieved financial closure, marking a major milestone for one of the largest solar power projects and solar parks in the world.
800 Megawatt Dubai Solar Park Reaches Financial Closure was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The Indian government is looking to tap market opportunities to keep up the recent swift growth in the renewable energy sector.
Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Will Launch IPO was originally published on CleanTechnica.
It may seem absurd to put Tesla ahead of Big Auto, but by many standards, Tesla seems to be far ahead. You don't have to take my word for it — Tesla [TSLA] is now the most valuable US car company, recently surpassing GM and Ford in market cap, and there's a reason or 10 why the investment community on the whole sees Tesla as a more valuable company despite drastically lower annual production/sales output.
This article isn't about proving that Tesla's ahead, though. It's actually a genuine, open-minded search for how long it'll take Big Auto to catch up to Tesla ... if it ever can. One widely held assumption is that large automakers can turn on a dime and crush Tesla at its own game "once the time is right." That's not true
How Far Behind Tesla Is Big Auto? How Long Till It Catches Up? was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Renowned mutual fund manager and investment icon Ron Baron of Baron Capital is well-known for his conservative, long-term approach to stock picking. He's been compared to Warren Buffett (both for his investing style and outstanding track record) and has said that Tesla "may be the most interesting" company he's ever invested in over his 46 year career
Billionaire Ron Baron Thinks Tesla [TSLA] Can Hit $1,000/Share By 2020 was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Will there come a day when your Tesla simply pays for itself? According to the Wall Street Journal, that day may be coming soon. "Thanks to ride sharing and the looming introduction of self-driving vehicles, the entire model of car ownership is being upended—and very soon may not look anything like it has for the past century. Drivers, for instance, may no longer be drivers, relying instead on hailing a driverless car on demand, and if they do decide to buy, they will likely share the vehicle—by renting it out to other people when it isn’t in use."
Western Europe is looking to invest $133.7 billion in smart grid infrastructure by 2027, as it seeks to update its grid system to 21st century standards while maintaining itself as a top smart grid region on the world stage
Western Europe Smart Grid Investment To Reach $133.7 Billion Over Next 10 Years, Northeast Group Reports was originally published on CleanTechnica.
It often seems that just about every new electric vehicle that is either launched, announced or showcased as a concept car for the future is called a 'Tesla killer" by the mainstream business and automobile press.
I wish they'd just stop it
Scientists at the EPA have been notified their services will no longer be required after August, as Darth Pruitt restocks the ranks of EPA employees with fossil fuel crusaders.
The Swedish state media organization SVT reports in an absurdly incorrect and misleading article "Electric vehicles may be the worst for the climate" that electric vehicles are bad for the environment, especially referring to "severe" issues regarding their lithium-ion batteries
The speed of technological innovation being seen in the wind energy sector is advancing at such a pace that we can now expect to see 4 MW onshore wind turbines and 12 MW offshore wind turbines making their way into services in the next few years.
Look Out For 4 Megawatt Onshore & 12 Megawatt Offshore Wind Turbines, Concludes MAKE was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Trina Solar recently issued a press release boasting of the fact that its solar modules have started feeding electricity to the grid in India from a large-scale project of SB Energy, a joint venture company of Softbank, Foxconn Technology and Bharti Enterprises
Trina Solar Modules Now Producing Electricity At India’s 2nd Largest Solar Power Project was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Coal India, the largest coal producing company in the world, recently announced plans to shutdown some mines that are no longer economically viable.
World’s Largest Coal Company Will Shut 37 Coal Mines That Are Not Economically Viable was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Energy company EDF Renewable Energy has this week reportedly signed two separate Power Purchase Agreements for solar and wind energy projects that together total 600 megawatts.
EDF Renewable Energy Signs Wind & Solar PPAs To Supply 600 Megawatts was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Wisconsin’s coal-reliant utilities remain cool to wind and solar despite mounting enthusiasm for renewables. This intransigence places them squarely in the crosshairs of one grassroots group leveraging support from customers and policymakers in order to realign the state’s energy economy with the public good
Grassroots Group Promotes Local Alternatives To Wisconsin Utilities’ Big Ticket Spending was originally published on CleanTechnica.
A large-scale solar power park in southern India is slowly reaching its planned capacity of 1 gigawatt as more and more developers commission their projects.
450 Megawatts Of Solar Capacity Commissioned At 1 Gigawatt Indian Solar Park was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Indian Railways is going all out to reduce its fuel costs and adopt solar power in a major way. Apart from planning large-scale solar power projects and rooftop solar power systems, the world’s fourth-largest railway network is planning to install solar panels on top of coaches.
Indian Railways Will Install Rooftop Solar Panels On 250 Trains was originally published on CleanTechnica.
The IIHS has awarded the 2017 Chevy Bolt its Top Safety Pick rating, the first all electric car to earn that distinction. The car has not yet been rated by NHTSA.
Chevy Bolt Awarded With 2017 Top Safety Pick By IIHS was originally published on CleanTechnica.