Elon Musk has tweeted that improved voice control systems will soon be coming to the Tesla Model 3. No doubt, that capability will cross over to Tesla’s other cars soon.
Elon Says Your Tesla Model 3 Will Soon Begin Hearing Voices syndicated from Clean Technica
The Infiniti Q Inspiration makes bold promises on the outside, but beneath its swoopy exterior. it fails to deliver the goods.
Nissan Q Inspiration Is Not Electric, But Wows In Detroit Anyway syndicated from Clean Technica
Royal Dutch Shell will now be returning to the solar energy sector — after an absence of 12 or so years — following the acquisition of 43.86% stake in the US-based firm Silicon Ranch Corporation
Shell Entering Solar Energy Sector (Again) With $217 Million Stake In Silicon Ranch Corporation … And Reentering North Sea Development As Well syndicated from Clean Technica
Ford kicked off the Detroit Auto Show this week with an announcement that it is doubling its investment in electric cars to $11 billion and planning to have a high-performance electric SUV on the market by 2020.
Ford Promises Performance Electric SUV & 40 Electrified Models By 2025 In $11 Billion Push syndicated from Clean Technica
Increasing the share of renewable energy sources in India’s electricity mix and implementing changes in cooling technologies for thermal power plants could serve not only to reduce the country’s carbon emissions intensity, but could also substantially reduce water consumption, mitigating or outright eliminating electricity supply risk due to water shortages.
Increasing Renewable Energy In India Can Reduce Emissions, Water Use, & Supply Risk syndicated from Clean Technica
Major food and drink companies have been making strong steps toward reducing their CO2 emissions according to a new report from the Food and Drink Federation, which showed that CO2 emissions from manufacturing was down 51% in 2016 compared to a 1990 baseline.
Major Food & Drink Companies Making Significant Carbon Reductions syndicated from Clean Technica
The University of New South Wales in Australia has signed a world-first agreement with Maoneng Australia and Origin Energy to secure 100% of its electricity from solar PV, becoming the world’s first university to go fully carbon neutral with its energy sources
University Of New South Wales Signs World-First 100% Solar Agreement syndicated from Clean Technica