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~55% Of EV Enthusiasts Intend To Buy Tesla Model 3

There are certainly EV enthusiasts out there who aren't Tesla fans (as hard as that is for me to understand) and who don't intend to buy a Tesla. However, a survey of potential EV buyers showed that the majority plan to buy a Tesla. in fact, the majority plan to buy a Tesla Model 3! ~55% Of EV Enthusiasts Intend To Buy Tesla Model 3 was originally published on

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6 Reasons The Tesla Model 3 Will Be A Huge Success

Up until now, Tesla Motors has only released expensive luxury cars (which happen to be 100% electric). Taking a ride in a Tesla usually leads to the desire to take home a Tesla. But with the Model S sedan starting at $70,000 and the Model X CUV/SUV starting at $80,000, the market for these cars [&hellip 6 Reasons The Tesla Model 3 Will Be A Huge Success was originally published on

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Carbon Markets Link In $500 Million Clean Energy Investment

North America's carbon markets just completed the first international cap-and-trade system linkage and raised $500 million for clean energy investment Carbon Markets Link In $500 Million Clean Energy Investment was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other …

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5 Big Trends in Home Energy in 2014

The nebulous idea of a connected home is slowly seeping into the consumer market in 2014, with years of advertising by security and service providers finally starting to pay off. Energy concerns might not be the star player when it comes to the connected home, but 2014 has shown this issue may have more pull than some think. And it's not just consumer devices that are moving the market along. …

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A $48 Billion Opportunity For US Electric Customers

Originally published on ilsr.org. Electricity customers in the US got good news last week. A new report from Accenture highlighted a potential revenue loss for US utilities of $48 billion per year by 2025 due to distributed solar and energy efficiency. But where does that money go? If we pursue a democratic energy system as A $48 Billion Opportunity For US Electric Customers was originally …

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Elio Motors: Another Solution For Greener Transport

Gas prices are falling. As of this writing, the average price of gas in the United States is below $3 per gallon. That's likely good news for most people's bank accounts. But, what might it mean for the environment? After all, when fuel price goes down, SUV, pickup truck, and minivan sales go up. Consider some Elio Motors: Another Solution For Greener Transport was originally published on

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Reading the Tea Leaves in the Oil Markets [VIDEO]

This week I would like to post a new interview that I did with Jason Burack of Wall Street for Main Street. I have been asked many times in recent weeks for comments on what's happening in the oil and gas markets. Here I lay things out as I see them in a wide-ranging 40-minute interview.read more

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Will smart meters follow poles and wires as new white elephant?

The utility industry is making a big push for smart meters to be rolled out across the country, partly because it hopes this will enable them to lock in customers, and help introduce flexible tariffs. But smart innovators are literally blowing Raspberries at these best laid plans, with new technologies that allow consumers to control their home systems.

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Bottled Water Selling For $250 In Hawaii As Hurricanes Approach

Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie signed an official emergency proclamation as Hurricanes Iselle and Julio churn towards Hawaii, and demand for emergency supplies is getting extreme. When news of the two storms started to sink in, the first thing immediately cleared from store shelves was bottled water,