Pop quiz: What American automaker brought a pure electric car to market in the 1990s? Even a fresh-faced neophyte to the world of EVs probably knows the answer. But wait. Here’s another one: What automaker attempted to make a pure electric car in the 1960s, and again in the 1970s? Fewer may know the answer to that one. Final question: What automaker triggered a series of events in 1990 that led to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) passing a mandate requiring all major automakers to have no-emissions cars be a percentage of their sales by
EV Archeology — Unearthing Key Artifacts From The Annals Of Electric Car History (Part 1) syndicated from Clean Technica
The International Energy Agency (IEA) likes to present itself as a climate champion, but it is in fact steering the energy system towards catastrophic levels of warming, writes Greg Muttitt, Senior Advisor at NGO Oil Change International.
The International Energy Agency Is Steering The World To Climate Disaster syndicated from Clean Technica
Despite the unclear future, we share a few things we’re thankful for this year. These policy plays prove it’s possible — at the local level — to overcome obstacles to renewable energy generation, local ownership, and widespread access to both.
Amid Murky Energy Outlook, Some Reasons To Be Thankful [Infographic] syndicated from Clean Technica
As the world’s single largest consumer of petroleum, the US Department of Defense is expected to double-down on deploying military microgrids to sustain its operations, with annual microgrid implementation spending expected to reach $1.4 billion in 2026, according to a new deep-dive by Navigant Research.
US Military Spending On Microgrids To Exceed $1 Billion In 2026, Predicts Navigant syndicated from Clean Technica
Chinese solar manufacturer Yingli Solar has announced it has begun construction on its second Chinese Top Runner solar project, a 100 MW solar project in Wuhai City, in Inner Mongolia.
Yingli Solar Announces Begins Construction Of 100 Megawatt Top Runner Project In Inner Mongolia syndicated from Clean Technica
After a lacklustre third-quarter, Shanghai-based solar cell and module manufacturer JA Solar has successfully entered into an agreement in which it will go private and exit the NASDAQ in a transaction worth approximately $362.1 million in cash.
JA Solar Goes Private In All-Cash Transaction On NASDAQ syndicated from Clean Technica
Shanghai-based solar cell manufacturer JA Solar missed wide on its third-quarter earnings and shipments experiencing a significant decrease compared to the previous quarter, causing shares to plummet.
JA Solar Misses Wide In Lackluster Third Quarter syndicated from Clean Technica