Bloomberg Adjusts Its Tesla Model 3 Production Forecast Heading Into Final Week Of Q1

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Mar 252018
 

Bloomberg Model 3 trackerBloomberg reports it is seeing a late surge in Tesla Model 3 production as we head into the final week of Q1. It now says Tesla is building about 1,000 cars a day on the Model 3 assembly line.

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Northeast braces for 2nd storm in a week as other countries endure extreme weather – ABC News

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Mar 072018
 

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Northeast braces for 2nd storm in a week as other countries endure extreme weather
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The Northeast is bracing for its second winter storm in a week after one that hit Friday caused the deaths of at least nine people and left hundreds of thousands without power. Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an interest to stay up to date on the

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Tesla vs Bolt … China’s HUGE 2017 Electric Car Sales … Renault Zoe Wins Europe … (Top 20 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week)

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Jan 292018
 

The hottest CleanTechnica story of the past week was, no surprise, a Tesla-related story. It initially seemed to be a rather humble, inconspicuous, unpretentious but interesting reflection of Steve’s time driving and riding in the Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, and Chevy Bolt in the Middle East during a 2018 Global EVRT adventure, but then it blew up and is now approaching 200,000 views. I imagine you’ve already read it, but have a gander if not — at least for the pics!

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Ice Maidens: British Army team become first women to cross Antarctica – The Week UK

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Jan 222018
 

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Ice Maidens: British Army team become first women to cross Antarctica
The Week UK
A group of British Army soldiers has become the first all-female expedition to trek across Antarctica on foot. Major Nicola Wetherill, Major Natalie Taylor, Captain Zanna Baker, Lieutenant Jenni Stephenson and reservists Major Sandy Hennis and Lance
British Army's Ice Maiden team becomes first all-female team to cross Antarctica using muscle power aloneTelegraph.co.uk
'Ice Maiden' team celebrates Antarctica ski recordBBC News
Ice Maidens become first all-female group to cross AntarcticaSky News
New York Daily News –Toronto Star
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SureFly Electric Helicopter … BMW i3 Nags Amongst Awesomeness … 20 Plug-In Hybrids (Top 20 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week)

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Jan 082018
 

Tesla has long been seen as a rebel of the auto world, but it’s becoming a bit mainstream, no? I’m inspired to do a long piece on this … but not yet. But it just struck me rather starkly as I shockingly saw that no Tesla story was among the top 3 stories of the past week on CleanTechnica … or even the top 5! Or even the top 10!

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Electric Motocross Motorcycle … Tesla Model 3 Photos … Nissan LEAF Test Drive From Early Tesla Model S Driver (Top 20 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week)

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Oct 312017
 

Missed some stories on CleanTechnica this past week? Of course you did — no one can read them all! See what people were most enticed to read, and click through to some of the stories if they tickle your fancy or you just want to see where the discussions in the comment threads went
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Possible severe weather headed into Florida this week. – MyPalmBeachPost

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May 232017
 

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Possible severe weather headed into Florida this week.
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The Storm Prediction Center is forecasting a slight chance of severe weather for parts of Palm Beach County on Wednesday. Source: National Weather Service.
Severe storms forecast this week, 60 mph winds, isolated tornadoes possiblePalm Beach Post (blog)

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Tesla Model 3 + Semi + Pickup … 100% Renewable Chicago … (Top 20 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week)

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Apr 172017
 

Been busy with Easter or other things? Perhaps you weren’t able to read all 154 articles we published last week? Below were the 20 that got the most eyeballs, so check them out in case some cool ones slipped through. You’ll never guess which Silicon Valley company dominated the charts!

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Severe Weather Preparedness and Flood Awareness Week Begins March 19 – Washington Times Herald

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Mar 152017
 

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Severe Weather Preparedness and Flood Awareness Week Begins March 19
Washington Times Herald
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is encouraging Hoosiers to plan ahead for extreme weather as part of Severe Weather Preparedness and Flood Awareness Week, March 19-25. “The arrival of spring in Indiana means an increased threat for …
When sirens sound, will you know what to do?Perry County Tribune (registration)

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