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Natalia Lobanova Sep 18
U.S. 'falling behind' in global race to develop electric vehicle
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I Spotted a Tesla Turbo S Sep 19
I truly feel that it’s only after selling all ICE cars in the family and driving only that you realize how much less complicated and less dirty life can be. So much less to worry about and so much less to maintain.
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Alter Viggo Sep 15
Stop calling oil the "lifeblood" of the world's economy. It's not. Oil is our black heroin. We think we need it to sustain [our way of] life, but its use only increases the chances of our death. 1/
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Rich Teer 30m
Replying to @rich_teer
And that means getting rid of all fossil fuel subsidies and wholly embracing clean technologies like wind, solar, tidal, geothermal, and of course, . Once everyone has access to bountiful, cheap, and clean energy, the possibilities are endless! 2/2
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Tom Moloughney Sep 5
Hey , please get the facts straight on electric vehicles! are NOT slower & less powerful than gas or diesel cars. Not only are they cleaner & cost less to fuel & maintain, but the instant torque of the electric motor makes them quicker & more fun to drive.
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Rock Tech Lithium 23h
“The switch to would cut dependence on unreliable supplies and do a lot to battle climate change.”
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Alter Viggo Sep 18
When will Big Oil pay us back for the crime wave of 60s, 70s, and 80s? How much productivity and happiness was lost due to violent crime and mass incarcerations caused by pollution from the neurotoxin in leaded gasoline? 1/
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European Copper Sep 16
This week is EU . As we move toward sustainable transportation and more on our roads, plays a key role in getting us there!
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Richa Singh 9h
Not only millenials. Globally, consumers are paring car purchase thanks to cab aggregators But cabbies are buying cars aplenty to service the Let's-Ola-Instead consumer. Waiting-for-GreenTech-Cars sentiment is fast catching on My June 24 tweet sums it up:
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Alter Viggo Sep 5
I agree. It needs to be reframed. Maybe it's time to start referring to gas guzzlers "Climate killers." Or call all EVs "Big Oil killers." Or. Maybe. Just maybe stop with the "killing" imagery altogether and call Teslas and other "Life Savers."
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Henrik Fisker Sep 15
Fisker E-mobility as a service. No long term contract. Monthly subscription. Fisker electric SUV ; recycled plastics from the oceans & recycled rubber from tire manufacturing, applied in the interior. ⁦
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Think Copper Sep 18
Sustainable transportation needs sustainable energy to power it. More will need more to counter . Both require more . ICA VP/Executive Director Steve Kukoda writes on this topic ahead of
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Neeraj Kanwar Sep 19
Bullish target by to have 1million & P#HEVs on the road by 2021!
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Mayur M Thaker, CFA Sep 3
“Our analysis indicates that for the same capital outlay today, new wind and solar-energy projects in tandem with battery EVs will produce 6-7 times more useful energy at the wheels than will oil at $60 per barrel for gasoline powered light-duty vehicles.”
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Jean-Philippe Imparato Sep 4
Just facts.. Move to electric means plugs, now ..! Cars are ready, what about infrastructure ?
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EVmom Aug 31
Tucked my kid into bed & she said something about getting married. I said, "Well whoever marries you someday will be very lucky!" She looked concerned & replied, "But there's a-lotta boys with gassy cars. It might be hard to find one with an ." 🤷‍♀️😅🚗
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eco-cars.net Sep 3
Great news in Scotland today, 6 year interest free loans now available for used
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Dr.Omkar Rai Sep 15
The indigenously built three-wheeler electric vehicle by a team of researchers at is a pioneering step towards manufacturing in India and moving forward in the direction of electric mobility.
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RLK Sep 18
another great competitive push for - Model 3 ability will drive others to achieve speed and range
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The Driven Sep 17
Australia needs electric vehicle charging infrastructure to meet tourist expectations and offer travellers the facilities fast growing in other countries
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