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World’s Largest Solar PV Plant Connected To Grid With Help Of Huawei Smart PV Solution

The grid-connected 2.2 GW PV plant is located in Qinghai Province at an average altitude of over 3000 m. Built in five phases, it consists of 672 PV arrays with over 7 million PV modules. Three 330 kV booster stations were constructed and string inverters were installed

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EU Regulations Make Tesla Smart Summon “Nearly Useless”

EU regulations are making Tesla’s Smart Summon nearly useless, for the time being. Stéphane Rodrigues shares a tweet with us in which he tests Smart Summon in Europe. He says in the tweet that it’s nearly useless, but it’s encouraging

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Smart Summon Is Actually Doing Great

After being fed the second news story since Smart Summon came out citing how unsafe Smart Summon is, I wanted to point out something

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472 Vehicle-To-Grid Smart Chargers Coming To The Netherlands

The Dutch government states that a more stable electric grid, better use of renewable energy, and making money with your battery electric car (BEV) are the reasons it is promoting the use of smart chargers, which are able to invert the flow of the current to go from the car battery back into the grid

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U.S. smart to delay expansion of offshore drilling [Editorial]

On a more parochial level, the news also ensures that for now the Gulf Coast near the Houston-Galveston region … have swarmed to on-shore deposits made newly available by the fracking revolution. …

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Tesla Bioweapon Defense Mode With Memory, Smart Powerwall Storm Watch, & Tesla’s Software DNA

A few weeks ago, a Rich Stefani tweeted something to Elon Musk. Highlighting just how abnormal Elon Musk’s Twitter habits are — and just how atypical Elon is — he responded to this gentleman. I use the words “abnormal” and “atypical” because Rich has just 23 followers (and has only tweeted 29 times). It’s not normal for a billionaire CEO with 25.6 million followers to care much about what people tweet his way, let alone respond to them. It’s not typical for a billionaire CEO to spend a lot of time conversing with the unwashed masses (no offense, Rich). Though, it is typical for Elon

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Is Dyson’s Plan To Produce Electric Cars In Singapore Smart?

British ultra-millionaire James Dyson recently confirmed rumors when he announced that he’d be taking his electric motor expertise to the electric vehicle market last year. When he did, the assumption was that he’d be building the cars somewhere in the UK — but that’s not what’s happening. Dyson will be building his electric car in Singapore

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This North Eagles Swiss-Made Smart Watch May Save Your Life If You Are In The Oil And Gas Industry

Designed strictly for use in the oil and gas industry, where many detection systems are … This is designed to help reduce the reaction time between an H2S leak and the emergency response time. The p…

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Smart Columbus Experience Center Connects The Public With Electric Vehicles

The Smart Columbus Experience Center was officially opened to the public on June 30th in Columbus, Ohio. The Grand Opening kicked off with a block party that brought residents and visitors in to experience the transportation technologies being showcased at the new facility, including electric vehicles, public transit, car-sharing, ride-sharing and bike-sharing

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10 Reasons The Republican Attacks On Clean Energy & Electric Vehicles Are So Smart

Republicans are interesting creatures. There are the voters, and then there are the politicians. The voters like things like clean air, jobs, Social Security, and ice cream. The politicians, on the other hand, like to let corporations pollute as much as they want, have been known to crash a global economy from time to time1, seem to always be looking for a way to “legitimately” cut holes in the social safety net (note: they’re working on a super clever attempt to do this right now), and like to melt ice cream via flamethrowers when the ice cream eater isn’t looking. But hey, in the spirit of Monday, below are 10 reasons the latest Republican attacks on clean energy and electric vehicles might actually be a good thing
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