Sales of fossil fuelled vehicles are now on the decline in the world’s three largest auto markets, and being replaced by electric vehicles. Fossil car sales will only decrease from here on out. EVs for the win!
In my last article, I summarized the extraordinary documentary The Human Element and added some of my own commentary about the touching subjects. In this article, I’m relaying the highlights of my interview with James Balog, the writer of the film. The documentary will be available on all major VOD platforms — iTunes, Amazon, DirectTV, etc. — on January 29,
How AT&T is leveraging connectivity and energy efficiency to deliver on its promise of helping its clients cut carbon emissions
The top, most popular, most clicked stories of the past week here on CleanTechnica were about the Tesla Model 3, Tesla Roadster 2, Tesla Supercharging, Tesla Model S, other electric vehicles coming to invade Europe, the cost-competitiveness of solar + storage, and more. Scroll through the headlines and click the links to find out more and to read any stories you might have missed in the 100 articles we published last week
I toured Masdar City for the first time this week. It is difficult to not be overwhelmed with the vision and execution taking place there. If you are new to cleantech news, make sure you go to the Masdar City website and check out its amazing architecture, admire its focus on residents instead of cars, and share with others its ambitious energy efficiency targets (which, by the way, Masdar* often exceeds)
It’s time for another CleanTechnica Car of the Year competition. The cool thing is that there is no Tesla competitor this year, which means we have a legitimate competition in which any of the finalists could win!
The last full week of 2018 is already over. Everyone else in the media seems to take off for the biggest holiday of the year, but we keep rolling here on CleanTechnica — because we’re obsessed. The good news is that means some actual reading for millions of people with nowhere else to turn who are bored to death from hanging out with family (including in-laws) all week long. This past week, the following were the most popular stories on CleanTechnica, in case you happened to miss them or are just curious how things rank
CleanTechnica has had the lucky opportunity to review a freakin’ ton of electric vehicles this past year, and many more in previous years. In the article below, you can find links to most of the reviews as well as short snippets about the vehicles (and a few other products)
A 41% preference for electric bikes vs the 27% preference for electric motorcycles among the audience of mostly older, wealthier, male North Americans looks rather stunning
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