(REPOST: The Guardian)BP will add rapid charging points for electric cars at its UK petrol stations within the next two months, in the latest sign of an oil giant adapting to the dramatic growth of battery-powered cars.
(REPOST: Solar Power Portal)And so, as the country continues to wait for the formation of a government and a Queen’s speech, signs of life start to emerge in Whitehall. The Westminster wheels are beginning to turn once more and Theresa May’s reshuffle is gathering pace.
(REPOST: Brighton Energy Cooperative)The UK Treasury quietly released a document late last year which signalled the end of the UK’s popular renewable energy scheme, the Feed in Tariff (FIT). Late in November the Treasury announced: “there will be no new low-carbon electricity levies until 2025,” meaning that when current FIT legislation ends (in 14 months’
(REPOST: InsideEVs)First off, the 33.2 kWh battery that became available in 2017 makes the i3 a real 100-mile EV. While that may not exactly be considered anything special for 2018, when there are cars like the Bolt and Model 3 with 200 – 300 miles of electric range, coming from my 2014 i3 REx, the
(REPOST: The Hill)BMW said it will sell half a million electric vehicles by 2019 and the long serving head of Fiat Chrysler told colleagues they have less than a decade to adapt to massive changes in the automotive industry, including widespread electrification.
(REPOST: ProLogis)As part of our ongoing program to manage the environmental impacts of our buildings and help customers reduce operating costs, Prologis installed three 15-kilowatt-hour (kWh) Tesla Powerwall battery storage units in our new development at DIRFT III DC2 in Daventry, England.
We visited a working prototype Zappi charger on Orkney and Robert was so impressed that MyEnergi kindly agreed to fit one in his garage which also allowed the company to test and adjust it to function with the Tesla Powerwall.