Charging options in focus as Florida prepares for rise of electric vehicles

Electric vehicle use is expected to grow rapidly, increasing the need for charging options. But while several models are available to develop and fund charging sites, it won’t happen automatically, and questions remain about how it will all be paid for. Nevertheless, electric companies are poised to help accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and … Read more

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Clean Robotics: Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Accepting Funding Proposals for Innovative Robotics Solutions, Investment and MandA in the Sector Growing

On September 27, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) released a Request for Proposals seeking applications to the InnovateMass program, which provides up to $250,000 in grant funding for clean energy and water innovation technologies that demonstrate a strong potential for commercialization. In this cycle, MassCEC will also be funding a robotics technology demonstration project … Read more

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How Are Mega-Cities Like New York Implementing Sustainability? [GTM Squared]

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Tesla Model 3 Supercharging Costs — More Light, Low Costs

Cars Published on October 18th, 2017 by Steve Hanley 0 October 18th, 2017 by Steve Hanley  This story about the Tesla Model 3 was first published by Gas2. Originally, all Tesla owners were entitled to use the company’s Supercharger network of fast chargers free. Roll in, charge up, roll out any old time and as … Read more

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Poland To Paris — Tesla Model S 85D Road Trip

Cars Published on October 18th, 2017 by Zachary Shahan 0 October 18th, 2017 by Zachary Shahan  Jakub Stechły and I are a little more than halfway (~9 hours) through our drive from Wrocław, Poland, to Paris, France (to attend and moderate roundtable discussions at Autonomy). We’ve taken a few photos of our erratic driving patterns, our … Read more

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What FERC Commissioners Are Saying About the DOE NOPR

Initial comments on Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s coal and nuclear directive are due October 23, with final comments due November 7. But the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission may take longer to mull its decision.  Comments from the FERC’s newly minted quorum indicate that Perry’s proposal to compensate coal and nuclear plants for stockpiling 90 days of … Read more

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Lights Out! The dark side of demand management

Source: Pixabay Another week and another government announcement.  But before we get into the latest political fudge on the National Energy Guarantee, just a quick recap on last week’s key events in the ever changing spiral of national energy debate and policy. Amongst the orgy of hand wringing and political finger pointing that was last … Read more