Upstart Squad Mobility set up shop in Amsterdam to develop a new generation of urban solar electric vehicles at truly affordable prices. And by affordable, they mean affordable, with a target retail price of €5,750 (ex. VAT) / $ 6,300
RELEASE: Extreme Weather and Climate Change Threaten to Worsen the Affordable Housing Crisis Center For American Progress
Washington, D.C. — Homelessness and the lack of affordable housing are already at crisis levels in the United States, but extreme weather events, fueled by …
One thing has been clear about Tesla vehicles since the Model S — they are designed and built to be the safest consumer vehicles on the planet. The Tesla Model 3 got the best score ever from the NHTSA (even though the NHTSA doesn’t publicize the detailed scores, they are calculated and accessible). The Tesla Model S got the second best score. The Tesla Model X got the third best score
In Wolfsburg this week, Volkswagen officials suggested that a family of urban electric cars with a range of 125 miles and starting at around $ 22,500 would be on sale by 2023. They will be basic transportation but still be capable of over the air updates.
Usually when we talk about charging here on CleanTechnica, it has to do with plugging in an electric car to juice up the batteries. The folks at EV Annex are all about electric vehicles, but their expertise is helping owners to make their vehicles fit their lifestyles. To do that, EV Annex developed a wireless Qi charging pad for the Model 3 that makes keeping your smartphone juiced up a breeze
Originally published on EV Obsession. SolarCity has announced a new solar service specifically for affordable housing communities, developers, and residents. One of America’s leading solar power providers, SolarCity announced on Thursday that it was launching a new solar service “that can make it possible for affordable housing developers, builders, and residents to pay less for [&hellip
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Our organization is renting space in a building that uses toxic cleaners. They are happy to switch if we can recommend alternative products that aren’t much more expensive (probably means in bulk) and work well. The primary need is for them to be free of synthetic fragrances/deodorizers, ammonia, bleach, and other toxic and irritating ingredients. They need an all-purpose cleaner, a window cleaner, and a deodorizing product.
PRLog (Press Release) – Jun 28, 2010 – Automotive Service Works ASW found in 2009, started off as a very small operation with just a few clients. But today we have expanded to a full Auto repair service fascility …