SkyWay Technologies offers an affordable and innovative solution to urban transportation issues with an above-ground raised cable solution that rivals the Hyperloop in both efficiency, speed, and cost.
Forget Hyperloop: The SkyWay Project Offers an Alternative Solution to Urban Transportation syndicated from Clean Technica
Once again, via email, CleanTechnica found this week there is still a sale on the refreshed Nissan LEAF, which surpasses an old favorite (the first-generation LEAF) by leaps and bounds. Why wait
2018 Nissan LEAF Still On Sale (More Email Pitches, New Videos) syndicated from Clean Technica
“To the more established brands, it is a young upstart company with performance claims that seem unreasonably optimistic. Instead of being rooted in reality, its new sporty two-door appears to be little more than the expressed will of a mercurial leader. There are already rumors of potential bankruptcy. Surely, this is hubris run amok.”
What Honda’s Success Can Teach Us About Tesla syndicated from Clean Technica
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have created an online game to help people detect and deflect fake news. With so much misinformation being tossed around about climate change, this could be a very useful tool for those who actually care to think for themselves.
Researchers Develop Online Game To Inoculate Against Fake News syndicated from Clean Technica
About three months ago, we reported that Airbus was moving ahead with its electric aircraft project called Vahana. The company announced more good news after the procedural test flight a few weeks ago.
Airbus Readies Its Project Vahana Autonomous Air Taxi With A Flight Video syndicated from Clean Technica
Austria filed a legal complaint with the European Court of Justice on Thursday against the European Union’s approval for the expansion of the Paks Nuclear Power Plant in Hungary, which already currently meets 40% of the country’s electricity needs.
Austria To Sue Over EU Approval Of Expansion To Hungary Nuclear Plant syndicated from Clean Technica
Germany’s Federal Network Agency announced the winners this week from its first onshore wind and solar auctions for 2018, awarding more than 900 megawatts to over 100 separate projects.
Germany Awards 900 Megawatts In Wind & Solar Tenders In Year’s First Auctions syndicated from Clean Technica