2018 Chevy Bolt Seems A Fine Fit For Mountain Exploring & Other Edge Cases

I finally got a call to come and test drive the 2018 Chevy Bolt. It was worth the wait. I enjoyed the dynamic little EV. I prefer small cars in general — something to take you where you need to go without a lot of space grabbing. The Bolt fit the bill and at the same time seemed to offer enough all-electric car advantages to genuinely consider it


Tesla EPS Estimate For The 2nd Quarter Of 2018

A couple of weeks ago, I made an EPS prediction for Tesla’s second quarter. At the time, I said, “the key disclosure this quarter will be the number of cars produced. I am expecting almost twice as many cars produced in the 2nd quarter compared to the first quarter. My EPS prediction relies on cars produced.”


Tesla On Track To Pass Porsche In Annual Vehicle Sales In 2018

Tesla’s vehicle prices are aimed straight at the heart of luxury vehicles built and sold by the big German auto manufacturers. Porsche, Mercedes, BMW, and Audi have all been taken on very directly with Tesla’s vehicles. Surprisingly, they have yet to really respond with any vehicles that can fight back against the onslaught


My Tesla Earnings Per Share (EPS) Prediction For The 2nd Quarter Of 2018

I am making an earnings per share (EPS) prediction only for the Tesla automotive segment, excluding leasing, since I think Wall Street is way too negative on Tesla


Gulf of Mexico 2018 dead zone forecast

Hypoxic zones – aka “dead zones” – are areas in the ocean of such low oxygen concentration that animal life suffocates and dies. A dead zone forms in the Gulf of Mexico every summer. Nutrients from the Mississippi River watershed, particularly …

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175 Miles In The “150-Mile” 2018 Nissan LEAF (CleanTechnica Nissan LEAF Review)

2018 Nissan LeafIt’s only really by driving a car that you can get a good impression of it, and I have been very fortunate to be offered the chance to borrow a brand new 2018 Nissan Leaf Tekna, complete with ProPilot, for two days. This was kindly lent to me by Annie Cooper, the Sales Manager at Sandicliffe Nissan in Nottingham


2018 World Oceans Day theme: “Clean our Ocean!”

They generate most of the oxygen we breathe, absorb a large share of carbon dioxide … alien species, climate change and ocean acidification are taking a significant toll on the world’s oceans and seas. Peace and security are also critical to the …

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A building El Niño in 2018 signals more extreme weather for 2019 … – Grist


A building El Niño in 2018 signals more extreme weather for 2019 …
In case you couldn't get enough extreme weather, the next 12 months or so could bring even more scorching temps, punishing droughts, and unstoppable …

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Autonomous Driving For More Than 700 Miles Back Home From rEVolution 2018 In Amsterdam

Enthusiasm for the fully electric future of mobility was one of the core elements of the rEVolution conference in Amsterdam on March 13. More than this: It was sort of like a little Woodstock for e-mobility. Yeaaaah! Great music, thundering sound, and the two hosts, Monica Araya and CleanTechnica Director Zachary Shahan, entering the stage like pop stars for their picturesque welcome


What Changed In The Solar Energy Industry In Quarter 1, 2018?

What actually changed in the world of solar in Q1 2018? Here’s our rundown