The following is a Facebook post from NC Senator Josh Stein. Senate Finance Committee Chair Bob Rucho flouted the democratic process yesterday to ram an anti-clean tech bill through committee. We considered […]
Battery backups for businesses, homes, and computers are not new technology. But the Powerwall is cheap and small, and that could make it a disruptive technology.
It’s not even damned if we do, damned if we don’t. It’s just damned. Of course you’ve probably heard that Hillary has finally announced, on Twitter no less.
Here’s to more all electric vehicles on the roads and less exhaust making traffic jams smell and taste bad.
If one wanted, hypothetically, to win a world war, and studied the previous world wars to glean what relevant information might be revealed, one would be struck by the fact that America […]
What if I told you that all wars were waged over resources, that at the moment the most important resource in the world is oil, and that the war in the middle […]
Solar Home Inc engages in a lot of ethically questionable online business practices. If comment spamming, domain speculation, cybersquating, and sockpuppetry bother you as much as they bothers me, here’s how you can avoid doing business with Solar Home Inc.
The SolarCity solar panels took six weeks to schedule, two days to install, and it may be another two months before they’re finally turned on.
Most electric vehicles suffer from range issues, and there really aren’t any all-electric all-wheel-drive SUVs or minivans – yet. That is likely to change after 2015 when Telsa’s Model X crossover is released and Tesla completes their bare-bones supercharger network.
Pop quiz: where is just about the last place you would like to punch a deep hole in the earth’s crust? Drat. The headline gave it away, didn’t it? Well, yes. I […]