Could China, the world’s largest automobile market, help address the threat of global warming if it went completely electric? The answer isn’t as obvious as it seems.
Archive for month: July, 2017
The upshot is that we may already have firmly committed to 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming even if emissions were to stop immediately and entirely (which is not going to happen).
While it’s certainly true that a Model 3 will be cheapest way to get into a brand-new Tesla, let’s be clear that there will be practically zero Model 3s at its base starting price of $35,000.
Although Tesla has promoted the Model 3 as a $35,000 sedan, production for the first few months will focus on making the $44,000 Long Range variant with a battery pack that gives the car 310 miles of range per charge.
Olive drab isn’t the only green thing in the U.S. Army.
During President Donald Trump’s recent visit to Poland, he got a lesson in the reality of the global oil and gas market from Polish President Andrzej Duda.
Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, wants you to know that he was responsible for persuading President Trump to pull out of the Paris climate agreement.
Tesla Inc.’s Model 3 handover party Friday is a long-awaited moment for thousands of consumers who’ve coveted its cars but couldn’t afford one. Yet with the $35,000 price tag just a starting point, many mainstream buyers will still find the electric sedan out of reach.
Pipeline giant TransCanada says it’s moving forward with the controversial Keystone XL pipeline by soliciting for customer interest.
The Trump administration may have to reconsider its proposal from earlier this month to curb biofuel use after a U.S. appeals court in Washington ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t have the authority to cut quotas while citing inadequate domestic supply.