Sunday, September 24, 2017

Pondering: Progression Of The EV Revolution (2017–2030)

Most of you reading this are in agreement: electric vehicles will upend the conventional vehicle industry within the next 50 10–20 years. The pollution industry in the world of transport will be destroyed. Gasmobiles stinking up cities, garages, lungs, hearts, and minds will be retiring to scrapyards and history books. But the endgame is sort of boring — yes, awesome, but boring since it is the end of it all

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Future News — Dateline February 14th, 2030

… With anchor Jane Curtain III. Tonight’s top story… The last automobile powered by an internal combustion engine was sent to the salvage yard today. We will have film at 11:00pm showing a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado convertible being towed into Monster Joe’s Auto & Trucks Dismantlers in Los Angeles, California. The car had been hidden in the bunker of a decommissioned Air Force Base ever since President Trump signed into law a bill confiscating all gasoline-powered vehicles from citizens during his third term in office

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Electric Motorhome Powered By Solar Panels & A Battery

Move over, tiny house, and take notes. German-based motorhome manufacturer Dethleffs recent e.home, an electric motorhome concept, is solar-paneled, clean battery-powered, comfortable, and bright. How about that for a sustainably sensible option for the camping family or the retired couple with wanderlust and a conscience. It’s a beauty. The e.home is covered in 334 square feet of solar panels and has an estimated range of about 103 miles when fully equipped

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The Rise Of The E-Bike: Smart Choice For Commuting & Better Health

The e-bike revolution is gaining ground quickly as more people discover the health and economic benefits of riding a bicycle versus driving, especially in crowded cities.

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Tesla Blows Minds Deep In The Heart Of “Coal Country” Kentucky

From eastern Kentucky, deep in the heart of  “coal country,” comes a short, sweet film from one of our CleanTechnica friends

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Wind Energy Used To Mine Cryptocurrency To Fund Climate Research

One way to bring more attention and funding to climate science is by using renewable energy to “uncover” cryptocurrency. Say what? Julian Oliver, who used wind energy “to mine cryptocurrency to fund climate research,” explains further after the artistic picture

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Tesla Model 3 & Nissan LEAF 2.0 Reflections — Cleantech Talk Returns! Again!

Hello again, listeners and readers. After a longer than expected off-season, Cleantech Talk is back! Season 3’s contributions should be a bit more regular than Season 2 was, given that I’ve moved — “pivoted” in Silicon Valley lingo — from my full-time engineering job to communications consulting, specifically to be able to dedicate more time to the podcast and related activities

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