Tesla Plaid Model S Gets EPA Range of 348 Miles & 101 MPGe Rating

Tesla’s new Plaid Model S has now received official ratings from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). It has an all-electric range of 348 miles, according to the EPA, and a 101 MPGe (miles per gallon equivalency) rating. These new ratings are a bit different from the Model S Plaid Monroney stickers that were seen during […]

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1st Lithium-ion Battery Dry Cells Produced from New York Battery Plant

Magnis Energy Technologies Limited (Magnis) has announced that Imperium3 New York (iM3NY) produced its first full-sized prismatic cells ahead of schedule for limited testing and customer sampling in the third quarter of this year. These new cells were made by using manual settings that refined the product design for future automated production. The cells were […]

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Simple Tax Changes Can Unleash Clean Energy Deployment In USA

Originally published on RMI.org.By Uday Varadarajan, David Posner, Sam Mardell, & Russell Mendell According to the latest US government inventory, solar will account for 39 percent of the electric generation capacity added in 2021, and wind will constitute a further 31 percent. With current technology costs and policy incentives, renewables are now unquestionably the cheapest generation assets to build and […]

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Superpedestrian Bringing “World’s Safest & Smartest E-Scooter” To Sharing Service In 30 European Cities This Year

Superpedestrian just launched its e-scooter sharing service in 9 more European cities in just 3 months, on top of launches in Rome, Madrid, and Alcalá de Henares at the end of 2020. That’s 3 new cities a month, on average! By the end of the year, the company expects to have its e-scooter service in […]

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Small Wave Energy Power Plants Could Be Wave Energy’s Path Forward

Anyone who looks out at the ocean may feel awed by the power apparent in every wave. That power has the potential to provide energy to land-based homes and businesses, as well as floating facilities and vessels at sea. But how can we transform the ocean’s energy into usable forms, such as electricity or desalinated […]

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