Daily Archive: May 5, 2023

EVs in Australia

Great news: 9.5% of new cars sold in Australia in April 2023 were fitted with a plug. We are close to 10% penetration! The growth appears to mainly be in PHEVs. That means all those Australians with solar on the roof can operate their cars for zero dollars, saving money, having fun, and being kind […]

CleanTechnica Tested: The BLUETTI AC200Max Portable Power Station

The BLUETTI AC200Max is a behemoth 2 kilowatt-hour iron phosphate-powered portable power station that really packs a punch, but with a few caveats as well. The front of the BLUETTI AC200Max is imposing, and rightly so. It’s packing 2,048 watt-hours (Wh) of storage capacity and a continuous output capacity of 2,200 watts. Get Stuff Done […]

Clean Fleets Rule Slated To Deliver Healthier Air For Californians

In the coming years, Californians will begin to see a massive switch away from highly polluting fossil-fueled trucks to zero-emission electric trucks. Why? Because last week, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) made history by unanimously adopting what is perhaps the most transformative clean trucks regulation ever considered — the Advanced Clean Fleets (ACF) rule. […]

Boulder, Colorado, Buys First Electric Fire Engine

Here at CleanTechnica, we cover electric buses a lot. The stories generally aren’t that interesting, largely because we’re covering the buses themselves, and not the occupants. In some cities, you’re practically guaranteed to never be bored on a bus (and that may or may not be a good thing). That having been said, the buses […]