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Charging station companies have flourished well during the past few years. Although it's still the wild far out west within that industry, a handful of startups are already prominent key players. EV Safe Charge started as a little word-of-mouth startup and now it seems ready to take the next step up to industry leadership
You can add another competitor who has its sights on Tesla in the emerging electric truck (e-truck) industry. Actually, we wrote about some of trucking giant Navistar's plans in October (not to mention its autonomous trucking plans), but recent comments seemed noteworthy themselves
Researchers in Singapore have invented a new air conditioning system that uses no compressor or chemical refrigerants. It is 40% more energy efficient than conventional air conditioners and creates drinking water in the process. Can you say "game changer," boys and girls?
Uber has hired Celina Mikolajczak, formerly a senior battery engineer at Tesla, to work on advanced battery technologies for its flying taxi program. It expects to begin service in Dubai, Dallas, and Los Angeles in a few years.
As we look forward to the electric future, it's fun to remember the past was electric, too!
Found on Craigslist: this classic Volvo 850 Wagon has been converted to a tiny house, and if you like it, you can buy it!
A pre-production prototype of the Fisker E Motion is on display at CES 2018 this week. The car features intriguing doors but most of its promises are yet to be kept.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry took his share of lumps for going to bat for the US coal industry, but hours after the FERC decision his agency let its renewable energy freak flag fly
As a lead-up to the upcoming Middle East Electric Vehicle Road Trip (EVRT) (which CleanTechnica is a media partner for), which is kicking off from The Mobility Conference (which CleanTechnica is also a media partner on), Dubai radio station Dubai Eye interviewed Global EVRT Cofounder & Managing Director Ben Pullen. Show More Summary
I visited my local Honda dealer today to learn more about the Clarity PHEV. I learned a little but not enough to definitively answer how frequently the gasoline engine should operate.
Tesla is one of the most desirable cars in the world, and if you need to make sure that your Tesla (and your passengers) are super secure, you can looking into armoring it. Most armoring processes add thousands of pounds, but this option is only a few hundred, keeping your Tesla moving fast and efficiently.
How much longer does southern Florida have until real-estate values in the region collapse on the back of flagging demand? At some point the reality that the region is not long for this world will have to sink in, and when it does demand for homes in the region will crater to a degree that not many living there now probably fully comprehend... so, when will that be
The Toyota e-Palette shown at CES 2018 is all things for all people. It can be a transportation pod, a cargo van, a delivery van, or a mobile doctor's office. Is Toyota serious? Companies like Amazon, Didi Chuxing, and Uber say they want in on the project.
The FCC has dumped net neutrality in the trash. What does that mean for civil discourse about such things as climate change and carbon emissions policies? More than you may realize.
International manufacturers sent twice as many solar cells and modules to the US in November 2017 as November 2016. Solar panel importers are looking to capitalize on the robust market fundamentals ahead of potential future tariffs, ArsTechnica reported
The electric, pedal assist Sinclair C5 was supposed to revolutionize personal transport in the early 80s. It didn't do that, but it's still cool
In a move that seems more baffling than brilliant, Mercedes-Benz AMG has hired Linkin Park to develop "electric car" sounds
Recycled hawtness: the Rosebery Double Decker Bus Bar, built by the Bus Business in the UK, is a high-end bar and restaurant on the go!
That bespoke Tesla wagon (er, shooting brake- since it's in the UK) is coming along nicely - and no one is as happily surprised as me!
Recent Nissan research has enabled vehicles to interpret signals from the driver’s brain. Is this the first car company that will incorporate such tech into consumer offerings