As Kirsten Grind’s reporting on Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) in the Wall Street Journal expanded, the mortgage banking lobby’s anti-PACE talking points were embraced
Kirsten Grind’s Pattern of Errors, Omissions, & Imbalance in Coverage of PACE Raises Questions syndicated from Clean Technica
Miss the past week of 100+ stories on CleanTechnica? Too busy vacationing in the Bahamas? Or did you get caught up in the whirlwind of EVBox’s 2018 rEVolution conference? Catch up a bit now by scrolling through the 20 most popular articles of the past week
Tesla Supercharger Evolution … Fake PHEVs … Tesla Model X Journey … (#CleanTechnica Top 20) syndicated from Clean Technica
The UK is requiring the implementation of ambitious new laws designed to improve air quality and avoid a human health “catastrophe,” according to a report jointly released by 4 separate parliamentary committees
UK Requires Ambitious New Air Quality Laws To Avert Catastrophe, Lawmakers Argue syndicated from Clean Technica
The Atmospheric and Environmental Research saying that northern winters are becoming milder, showing yet another effect of global warming
Atmospheric & Environmental Research Says Northern Winters Getting Warmer syndicated from Clean Technica
An Uber vehicle operating in self-driving mode struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona, during the evening of March 18. The company has suspended all self-driving testing. What effect this may have on the use of autonomous vehicles in the US is unclear at this time.
Pedestrian Killed By Uber Autonomous Car In Arizona syndicated from Clean Technica
The last time I brought up the subject of autonomous vehicles I asked when they would actually arrive. The report I was referring to at the time did a very poor job of predicting this, and so did
Will Autonomous Vehicles End Road Carnage? Eventually, Yes, But Might Be Delayed By Ethical Dilemmas syndicated from Clean Technica
The Danish Municipality of Roskilde is taking a step into the future with the announcement that all 20 of the buses serving all of its municipal bus lines will be electric starting in April 2019 after the city council voted on the matter. The milestone move makes the Roskilde Municipality the first in Denmark to convert its fleet to fully electric buses.
Municipality Of Roskilde Is The First In Denmark To Convert Bus Fleet To Electric syndicated from Clean Technica