Tesla is refocusing on service as its top priority now that it has stabilized production and delivery for Model 3, CEO Elon Musk said yesterday on the company’s Q4 2018 earnings call. Elon said on the call, “One of our major priorities for this quarter is improving service operations,” with a specific focus on North America, which is home to the majority of Tesla’s vehicles
and the the Gulf Coast. Several major projects are under construction … DUC wells have climbed 76 percent to 3,722 in September from 2,112 a year ealir. Kibsgaard said he sees the fracking pause as …
South Korean-German solar manufacturer Hanwha Q Cells published its second-quarter financial results this week, revealing decreased net revenues and a net loss.
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.”
June 30th brought with it the end of the financial year in some spots around the world as well as the end of the second quarter, and Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas finished the month with a flurry of activity, announcing 9 wind turbine orders worth 803 megawatts (MW) and a renewed service agreement for 1,150 MW across the United States
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
China’s National Energy Administration announced on Tuesday that the country installed an impressive 9.65 gigawatts (GW) of new solar PV capacity in the first quarter of 2018, up 22% on the same period a year earlier and up on analysts’ projections.
What actually changed in the world of solar in Q1 2018? Here’s our rundown
Chinese solar manufacturer Jinko Solar has posted another strong financial quarter with year-over-year shipping and revenue increases and an increase to its full-year 2017 shipping guidance, solidifying its market leadership this year.
The data is in. It has been sliced and diced six ways to Sunday and now it can be told. EV sales in California during the first quarter of 2017 were up 91% compared to the same quarter a year ago. Industry observers give much of the credit to the Chevy Bolt, the first all-electric car from General Motors that went on sale in the Golden State last December. 2,735 Californians opted for the Bolt in the first quarter of the year. Rebecca Lindblad, a Kelley Blue Book analyst, said the Bolt — with its 240 miles of range — brings a “new element” to the electric car market
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