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    Honda Secures Battery Partnership with CATL

    Even though Honda has been lagging a little behind the pack in terms of electrification of their cars, that’s hopefully not for much longer. The Company announced today that it has struck a significant deal with China’s CATL battery supplier. CATL currently supplies Tesla with batteries for its Chinese cars, and has been a huge […] More

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    Tesla News: Autobidder Starts Operating in Europe for First Time

    Recently Elon Musk has described Tesla’s energy division as a potentially more profitable operation than even their car business. With a couple of large scale battery installations widely reported over the past couple of years, and their solar business expanding, the next step was capitalizing off the trade off all the energy they were storing. […] More

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    Tesla News: Model S Officially Surpasses 400-Mile Range

    It’ been a long time in the making, but Tesla has officially broken the seal on the 400-mile range mark for its vehicles. As of June 15, the EPA has given the thumbs up to the Model S Long Range Plus and its new 402-mile range. The story doesn’t end there however, since there is […] More

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    Tesla News: Nine Megapack Batteries Deployed At Alberta Wind Farm

    Tesla’s grid-level solutions have been seeing rapid adoption all around the globe. With their newest product, the Megapack, starting to be deployed at more sites, Tesla’s newest costumer is a Alberta’s TransAlta. The power company has taken delivery of a series of the giant batteries, at one of their sites, called Summerview Wind Farm. With […] More

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    This Solar Yacht Could Find You Sailing The Seas Utility-Free For $500,000

    Forget an Earthship home or some Tesla roof, I want to sail the open seas, like Kevin Costner. The only problem, I’m terrified of maintaining a boat! Well, Singaporean yacht company, Azura Marine may just have that taken care of, with their new Aquanima 40, a solar-powered, battery-amended catamaran. These unlimited-range vessels cover their entire […] More

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    Dyson Shows Of His $180,000 Cancelled EV Prototype

    In a melancholic show of what may have been, James Dyson gave an exclusive look at his axed EV project to The Times. Britain’s richest man had been rumored to be working on a solid-state powered electric car since 2016, but alas, announced last year the cancellation of any car projects. He revealed that the […] More

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    Tesla News: University of Queensland Battery Installation Shows Huge Savings

    So by now, we all know the advantages of installing a Tesla Powerpack on our homes, and how the Southern Australia Megapack installation has helped their grid cope with increasingly difficult power situations. Famously, they relied on it heavily after a bunch of tornadoes devastated power lines for over two weeks. However, Australia has another […] More

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    Ferrari Claims EV Technology Not Quite Good Enough For Them – Yet

    In a recent interview with AutoCar, Ferrari’s chief commercial officer, Enrico Galliera, gave a strangely decisive statement of the prospect of an all-electric Ferrari. He claims that Ferrari will not sell an EV until at least 2025, when the technology is appropriate for their brand. According to Galleria, the battery technology is not up to […] More

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    Elon Musk Talks Energy Crisis On 60 Minutes Australia

    60 Minutes Australia recently uploaded an interview and special that dealt with the ongoing Australian energy crisis. As part of their reporting they interviewed Elon Musk, who got involved with the situation, when he and Tesla deployed the world’s largest battery in Southern Australia back in 2017. The country, which sees regular blackouts caused by […] More