Daily Archive: May 1, 2023
Is there a better name for a heat pump? Should it be sexier or come in harvest gold? Or is it enough that it works and saves money?
Here at CleanTechnica, we’re all about using electric vehicles in as many ways as possible and with Tesla’s Camp Mode, their vehicles have become popular for weekend warriors road, trippers and full-time campers alike. We’ve been following the Living In Tesla YouTube channel since creator and host Jimmy Cheung launched it. After many uncomfortable road […]
In Texas, anti-ESG whiners lead the cheer for a massive new green hydrogen facility supported by wind and solar power.
The license plates are from Graz, where contract manufacturer Magna Steyr has its headquarters and factory.
Fortum Battery Recycling Opens Europe’s Largest Closed-Loop Hydrometallurgical Battery Recycling Facility In Finland
Fortum Battery Recycling has begun commercial operations at its hydrometallurgical battery material recycling facility in Harjavalta, Finland. The recently built facility is the first hydrometallurgical recycling commercial-scale facility in Europe and the largest recycling plant in Europe in terms of recycling capacity. The new large-scale plant will significantly ease the rising demand for sustainable battery […]
Does an electric car create emissions during manufacture? Of course. But the Washington Post inflates their impact to scare readers.
A new wave of models is entering the market.
DAF’s all new assembly plant for battery-electric trucks was officially opened last week by Micky Adriaansens, the Dutch minister of Economic Affairs and Climate. We are finally starting to see some traction in the electrification of commercial vehicles. In the United Kingdom for example, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) says ownership of […]
A dual-battery pack ensures many miles of go-anywhere fun.