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The BMW X5 eDrive is a plug-in hybrid electric SUV scheduled for release in the coming year or two. It is a beauty of a vehicle with a target fuel economy average (gas + electric) of 62 mpg (3.8 liters per 100 kilometers), about 18 miles of electric range, and able to do 0-60 in under 7 seconds. […]
This is actually sort of old, but I just ran across it and it is a lot of fun, so thought I’d share. As you can see on the chart, it’s from Jalopnik. Given that Tesla has now patented Tesla Model E and the next Tesla model is supposed to be an affordable version of […]
First of all, above is a video of a Tesla Supercharger station that was getting put in and then put on halt for some reason. One commenter on the YouTube page noted that the NJ Power Commission quietly decided to implement an old law stating that a car company couldn’t distribute electricity and this project thus […]
Update: Based on some comments, I figured it was worth adding some extra notes: 1) Not every Tesla article on Edmunds is negative. I didn’t say that, of course. I was simply shocked (as were others) at how many articles are negative. The article below is my representation of the things that stood out to
Hatin’ On The Tesla Model S Seems To Be An Edmunds Pastime was originally published on CleanTechnica.
Yikes, here’s some bad news for who were hoping for useful climate science analysis from Nate Silver’s new website, FiveThirtyEight: Nate Silver’s highly anticipated data-driven news site FiveThirtyEight launched on Monday, with a controversial figure covering science issues. Silver has brought on Roger Pielke, Jr., a professor of environmental studies at the University of Colorado Boulder,
Nate Silver Picks One Of Most Notorious Scientists For Climate Science Section Of FiveThirtyEight was originally published on: CleanTechnica.
Rumor is: Katy Perry just bought 5 Fisker Karmas for some of her employees for a cool half-million, because she hates LA smog and didn’t want to deal with the guilt (… or karma?) of polluting gasmobiles. There are a few warning signs this may be nothing more than a rumor, however: The original source
Did Katy Perry Buy 5 Fisker Karmas For Her Crew? ($500,000 Purchase) was originally published on: CleanTechnica.
Climate change is #1. When we say that, we don’t mean we’re all cheering for global warming. We mean the subject tops the list of the most important underreported issues in the world today—at least according to news aggregation site Upworthy. Joe Romm of ThinkProgress says the topic huge number of readers chose by an
Christmas insanity on Fox, followed by Christmas hilarity on the Daily Show. So funny it hurts: The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,The Daily Show on Facebook There’s so much craziness here that it had to be split…
I recently posted a short article and Russell Brand clip on Planetsave regarding Russell Brand’s drive for revolution. Following that, I watched a handful of other clips of Russell. Some of them made me laugh so hard, so I’m reposting…