Month: January 2019

This post was originally published on this site Australia is already a huge market for Tesla Powerwall for many reasons. But now you can add one more: the South Australian government has approved Tesla’s home battery pack for an important subsidy worth ~%50 of the battery pack for up to 40,000 homes. more… The post […]

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This post was originally published on this siteConsidering how much of a commitment Nissan has made to electric vehicles over nearly a decade—mass-producing them on three continents—the lack of any parallel commitment to plug-in hybrid models, or even hybrids, has been baffling. Nissan finally remedied that in 2016, with the introduction of its e-Power hybrid […]

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This post was originally published on this siteJust like the Model S and the Model 3, Tesla’s next-generation Roadster has the potential to disrupt an industry. In the case of the Roadster, this would be the supercar market — a segment dominated mainly by premium, high-performance vehicles from Europe. With its specs and its price, […]

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This post was originally published on this siteChinese health insurer Evergrande Health really wants in on electric cars. After backing Faraday Future and running into a feud with its Chinese founder Jia Yueting, Evergrande on Tuesday bought a controlling interest in National Electric Vehicles Sweden, the Chinese company that bought the rights to what was […]

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This post was originally published on this site Tesla owners have been reporting on forums and social media recently that thieves appear to be targeting Tesla vehicles. Dozens of break-ins have been flagged, especially in the Bay Area, in the last few weeks and owners are now trying to find some solutions to the problem. […]

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This post was originally published on this siteAccording to statements made by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) spokespersons, the launch of the agency’s next-generation Radarsat Constellation Mission (RCM) – a trio of Earth observation satellites weighing >4200 kg (9300 lbs) – has been “postponed … indefinitely” as a consequence of SpaceX’s first failed Falcon 9 […]

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This post was originally published on this site GM’s electrification approach by using Cadillac as its ‘lead electric brand’ is being heavily compared to Tesla’s and the company accepts that as it admits to being ‘obsessively’ benchmarking Tesla ahead of the launch of their first EV. more… The post Tesla is being ‘obsessively’ benchmarked by Cadillac […]

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This post was originally published on this siteInternational discussions about sending humans to the Moon and Mars have brought many challenges waiting to be solved, and among them is food supply. While astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have been growing and consuming lettuce in space for a few years now, China has achieved […]

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