Here’s a good quote I ran across on Facebook: Really, which is an extreme diet — vegetarianism or the “normal” diet that kills the average person 20% faster.
A representative of Soligent recently passed along an interesting note regarding a US movement away from solar PPAs and leases. Basically, as solar costs have dropped and banks have warmed up to solar, it has become more and more attractive for homeowners to go solar with cash or a bank loan. That trend is expected to [...]
Are Solar Leasing & PPAs Going To Suffer From Maturing Solar Market? was originally published on Solar Love!.
In one more Scandinavian electrified vehicle registrations report, Sweden shows its strong preference for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, especially the beautiful Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in, which takes the crown with a whopping 60% of the EV market. The only other car to break 10% market share was the Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid (14% market share). For January through April, [...]
Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Dominates Sweden’s Plug-in Car Sales (April Report) was originally published on EV Obsession.
There’s no other way to say it — the Nissan Leaf crushed the competition in Denmark in April. It accounted for 68% of all electrified vehicle registrations. The Tesla Model S was a distant #2 with 12% of the market and the VW e-Up! was close behind it with 10% of the market. The remaining registrations can be counted [...]
Nissan Leaf Crushes Competition In Denmark Electrified Vehicle Sales was originally published on EV Obsession.
Rising to #1 yet again, the Nissan Leaf overtook the Tesla Model S last month in Norway, in terms of new electric and plug-in-hybrid-electric (PHE) car registrations. The Leaf actually topped the charts in January and February as well. It was only March that saw a big surge in registrations put the Tesla Model S at #1. Interestingly, [...]
Nissan Leaf Back On Top In Norway (April Electric Car Registrations Report) was originally published on EV Obsession.
Apologies for the late monthly sales report. I was delayed by my visit to the UAE for Abu Dhabi Ascent. Nonetheless, here are the numbers: The Nissan LEAF was the #1 top-selling plug-in car in the US in April again, making that the third month in a row that the LEAF was #1 … if [...]
Well, you can of course ride your bike on a rainy day. I’ve done it many times. But if it’s a really rainy day, that’s not particularly fun for most of us, and also a bit more dangerous (as is driving, walking, and drifting…). We’ve been hit with some cold and rainy days recently in [...]
10 Things To Do On A Rainy Day (When You Can’t Ride Your Bike) was originally published on Bikocity.
A website titled Back Balcombe writes: “Last summer, a company called Cuadrilla came to drill for oil and gas. It did not go well. So the village did what villages do best: they held a public meeting.” But this meeting resulted in more than complaining. It was one of countless such meetings across the world that led [...]
Riding in an electric car is quite a different experience from riding in a smelly, noisy, low-torque gasmobile, but driving one is a world of difference. As they say, “once you go electric, you…” Well, I guess someone needs to come up with a good ending there that actually rhymes, but the point should be [...]
Get People To Try Electric Cars! New Electric Car “Guest Driving” Service Does The Obvious was originally published on EV Obsession.
Carl Lewis is quite well known for winning 9 Olympic gold medals and 1 silver, and subsequently being named “Olympic Athlete of the Century” and “Sportsman of the Century” at the end of the 20th century. Needless to say, he’s set many…