Sat.Jan 23, 2021

The Big Friendly Hybrid Giant

Mr. Sustainability

Summary - The North Sea Giant, a Norwegian offshore construction vessel, is the first DNV class-approved ‘hybrid’ DP3 vessel with three batteries on-board that have a total capacity of 2.034 kWh.

Earth911 Reader: The Biden Era Arrives With Dramatic Climate Action


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Fiat 500e Dominates Italy’s EV Market In December, & BEVs Grow Eightfold!


The year of coronavirus has just ended on a high note for EV markets throughout Europe. With traditional car sales down everywhere by double digit percentages, electric cars have taken charge, offering a taste of things to come. This is also true for Italy, where December monthly EV sales skyrocketed to over eight times last year's levels!

JinkoSolar Begins Construction On 20 Gigawatt Solar Cell Factory


JinkoSolar, one of the largest solar module producers in the world, is ramping up its solar cell production tremendously. It is building a 20 gigawatt solar cell factory that is expected to be fully operational by the end of.

New York Times: Electric Cars Are Cheaper & Cleaner


For two decades now, the mainstream press has been feeding peoples’ natural skepticism about new technology, dismissing electric vehicles as a quaint fad that will never “catch on.”.

US Offshore Wind Is Off To The Races (At Last!)


By the end of 2021, the Biden administration will likely have approved two projects and be in the process of reviewing up to a dozen more on the eastern seaboard, stretching from North Carolina to Massachusetts.

In UK, 79% Of Drivers Could Charge An Electric Car Just Once Every Week Or Two


If you've got an electric car, whether you live in the United States, the United Kingdom, Timbuktu, or Antarctica, you know the two questions most people ask when they are curious about your car: 1) how far can it drive, and 2) how long does it take to charge.

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A Letter To Tomorrow: Hope (And Fleetwood Mac)


I hope this letter reaches Tomorrow, and that the Tomorrow of 2050 looks much different than Today. As an envirophile, eco-nut, treehugger, crunchy-granola-hippie, I hope my worst fears (and statistical probabilities) have not been realized by the time this letter is read.