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Tesla Supercharger Network 2018 — Plans Call For Rapid Expansion Throughout North America, Asia, Europe, & Oceania

It's been a while since we provided an update on the state of Tesla's Supercharger network, so it seemed worth giving readers an idea of just how rapidly the company is aiming to grow its network of proprietary electric vehicle superfast-charging stations over the coming months. Of course, this is all the more important and interesting as Tesla Model 3 production ramps up and the total fleet of Tesla vehicles on roads around the world grows at a quicker and quicker pace

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What Makes The Flash E-Bike Special? Safety & Security

The electric bicycle (e-bike) industry is booming with startups, innovative approaches, and cool designs. From the funky Gocycle G3 to the mobility-connected GenZe experience to the cleancut Jetson electric mountain bike to the mouthwatering-crazy LMX 161-H, which promises a lot of fun in woods, almost anyone can find something to enjoy riding. And now we can welcome another player onto this crowded field, the Flash e-bike, which focuses on safety and security

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Enphase Unveils The World’s Largest Energy Storage System

Enphase has announced its participation in the world's first ever apartment building project that combines solar panels, in-house battery storage and energy management software—all happening in Australia.This post was originally published on Australian Solar Quotes by Erin Waldron. Share the love!

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Smart city fixtures

Equipped with high-tech versions of common city fixtures — namely, smart benches and digital information signs — and fueled by a “deploy or die” attitude, MIT Media Lab spinout Changing Environments is hoping to accelerate the development of “smart” cities that use technology to solve urban challenges. “The idea is to bring simple technologies to the streets,” says CEO Sandra Richter, a former Media Lab researcher who co-founded the startup with Nan Zhao, a Media Lab PhD student, and Jutta Friedrichs, a Harvard …

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Clean Energy & Transport News Roundup (Floating Fjord Tunnels, Palestinian Solar, Solar Crafts, MobilEye…)

In today's clean energy and transport news roundup, we've got Palestine's first large-scale solar plant, Portugal's solar additions, domestic polysilicon production in India, solar crafts, floating fjord tunnels, Porsche's hiring spree for the MissionE, and more. [CleanTechnica isn't the only Important Media site to cover clean energy & transport news, and if you're looking for [&hellip Clean …

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Dan Frey named D-Lab faculty director

Professor J. Kim Vandiver, MIT dean for undergraduate research, has appointed Professor Daniel Frey of the Department of Mechanical Engineering the new faculty director of the MIT D-Lab. Vandiver has functioned in that role since its earliest days and says, “I am delighted to have Dan Frey take on this important leadership role in D-Lab at an exciting time. He combines a deep interest in design with a desire to strengthen research, which will have positive impact in the developing world.” Frey will work closely with …