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Author at @CleanTechnica. Jewelry artisan, gem, mineral, & Tesla enthusiast. Believes in good.Source
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Connecticut Dealerships Are Trying To Block The New EV Freedom Bill — Sign Petition For EV Freedom

Connecticut Dealerships Are Trying To Block The New EV Freedom Bill — Sign Petition For EV Freedom

Hi, what are you looking for?Connecticut is fighting for EV freedom, and dealerships are fighting against this just as intently. The EV Club of Connecticut recently to help spread awareness and truth about the benefits of allowing people to buy electric vehicles directly from the consumer instead of having to go through an outdated dealership model that only makes the prices of EVs unnecessarily higher.In the video above, the EV Club of Connecticut dispels several myths that the dealers often use to convince the legislature and normal people that buying an EV from the manufacturer is not...

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Panasonic About To Start Producing Tesla’s 4680 Battery Cells

Panasonic About To Start Producing Tesla’s 4680 Battery Cells

   by  Nikkei Asia has that Panasonic will begin producing prototypes of a new, cheaper type of battery for Tesla’s electric vehicles — the new tabless 4680 battery cells. Panasonic will start producing them sometime in 2021. Retail News Asia also that Tesla has confirmed its new battery cells will be produced by Panasonic in its dedicated facility at the Gigafactory in Nevada.Although Tesla has plans to make the new cell itself, Nikkei Asia pointed out that those in the battery industry believe that Tesla may find it difficult to handle all of the production on its own and that Panasonic...

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Aston Martin Linked To Study Spreading Misinformation About EVs

Aston Martin Linked To Study Spreading Misinformation About EVs

   by  Auke Hoekstra, who researches electric vehicles at The Eindhoven University of Technology and NEON Research, and whose specialty lies in comparing CO2 emissions of EVs with fossil fuel vehicles, just debunked a study claiming that EVs needed to go 48,000 miles before emitting less CO2 than fossil fuel vehicles.There’s more. That same study was shown to have been through the company Clarendon Communications, which was just created in 2020. The link was found by .Let’s begin with Hoekstra’s Twitter thread debunking the study that claimed it took 48,000 miles for EVs to emit less CO2...

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Cyberattacks On Hospitals & More Are Adding To 2020 Chaos

Cyberattacks On Hospitals & More Are Adding To 2020 Chaos

   by  2020 is not over. The latest news is that there have been cyberattacks on computer systems at some US hospitals. Aside from the clear concerns about healthcare for those in the hospital, this and other recent cyberattacks have raised concerns about broader societal disruption as Election Day approaches. In fact, it appears that if the cyberattackers are causing chaos in a few hospitals, they could also do so in hundreds more.In the video above, Rachel Maddow points out that the FBI, the Homeland Security Department’s Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the...

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Tesla Owners Are Helping Cats At Kettleman City Supercharger

Tesla Owners Are Helping Cats At Kettleman City Supercharger

   by  Kettleman City Supercharger is a popular charging spot for Tesla owners … and cats. Fox26 has reported that there are around 60 kitties that live at the Supercharger. Danielle Fouty shared the story yesterday of the Kettleman Supercharger kitties.first news story i’m in and it has to do with cats and tesla 🖤— danielle x (@lovemesomemusk)She shared her discovery of the kittens along with another Tesla owner who climbed the fence that shelters the colony of cuteness from the rest of the world. Soon, a campaign was set up to benefit the Friends of King County Animal Services, which will...

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Tesla's Texas Takeover Will Impact Oil-Dependent Houston

Tesla's Texas Takeover Will Impact Oil-Dependent Houston

   by  In a new article by the , the author penned his thoughts on how Tesla’s “Texas takeover” would impact oil-dependent Houston. The article pointed out that it will be at least three years before Giga Texas is fully built. That may seem slow, but this is going to be a massive factory. I recently wrote trying to give a glimpse of just how large this factory will become, and Elon Musk just tweeted out a few additional details as well.Elon Musk described the factory as “shaped like a diamond and aligned on true north.” He also shared some insight into the design. This factory will be so...

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Elon Musk: "The US Is Moving Toward Sustainable Energy"

Elon Musk: "The US Is Moving Toward Sustainable Energy"

   by  During Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting and Battery Day event, CEO Elon Musk said something that should have dominated headlines: “The US is moving toward sustainable energy.” While on this topic of sustainable energy, Elon Musk noted that eventually everything we do will be done with sustainable energy. In Tesla’s case, it is contributing to this with electric vehicles (EVs), solar power for homes and businesses, energy storage for homes and businesses, potentially greener mining, and probably home HVAC systems eventually.The fact that we are moving forward with clean, renewable...

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Louisiana's Amendment 5 Wants To Exempt Big Oil From Paying Property Taxes Forever While Making Taxpayers Foot The Bill

Louisiana's Amendment 5 Wants To Exempt Big Oil From Paying Property Taxes Forever While Making Taxpayers Foot The Bill

by  A new Louisiana State Constitutional Amendment could ensure that the oil and gas industry doesn’t have to pay property taxes ever again. The good news is that this is a state matter residents have control over — Louisiana voters can vote against it.Amendment 5 is also being described as a corporate welfare amendment and was created for a specific oil and gas company, Cameron LNG, which is an export facility. It is actually a foreign conglomeration with domestic partners. It’s mostly owned by Japanese corporations.I spoke on the phone with Broderick Bagert of Together Louisiana, a...

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Louisiana's Amendment 5 Wants To Exempt Big Oil From Paying Property Taxes Forever While Making Taxpayers Foot The Bill

Louisiana's Amendment 5 Wants To Exempt Big Oil From Paying Property Taxes Forever While Making Taxpayers Foot The Bill

   by  A new Louisiana State Constitutional Amendment could ensure that the oil and gas industry doesn’t have to pay property taxes ever again. The good news is that this is a state matter residents have control over — Louisiana voters can vote against it.Steps of the Louisiana State Capital. Photo by Johnna Crider.Amendment 5 is also being described as a corporate welfare amendment and was created for a specific oil and gas company, Cameron LNG, which is an export facility. It is actually a foreign conglomeration with domestic partners. It’s mostly owned by Japanese corporations.I spoke on...

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Greenland Ice Sheet Melting "Passed the Point of No Return"

Greenland Ice Sheet Melting "Passed the Point of No Return"

Who remembers learning in grade school about Greenland and Iceland and that nifty switcheroo that Vikings used to keep other Vikings from realizing that Greenland wasn’t so green? Well, it turns out that story isn’t true, but the real history of Greenland is perhaps just as interesting: “Greenland was named by Eiríkur rauði or Erik the red* about 120 years after Iceland got its name. Erik was sentenced to exile for 3 years by Icelanders and spent those years exploring Greenland. When he returned to Iceland, he told people great stories of a wonderful land in the west. Erik wanted to...

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