Category: Energy

Various domestic charging solutions for electric vehicle (EV) owners

The coronavirus outbreak has facilitated the global recognition of electric vehicles. The enhanced air quality due to low traffic has compelled people to believe in the transition to zero-emissions transportation by going electric. This statement comes after a comprehensive study by Venson Automotive Solutions into this transport system.  The study conducted an interview where almost […]

Transition to green energy, through renewable and the vanadium redox battery

While the world strengthens its efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic’s devastation, we cannot neglect the urgent need to speed up the switch to renewable. While change begins as we know it, life during even after this, the pandemic has placed greater emphasis on the demand for the planet to be greener. A greener […]

A Norwegian billionaire is realigning his two oil companies to focus on the renewable industry future

Norwegian billionaire Kjell Inge Rokke is recreating his business structure’s systems in a move to recuperate his oil firms and reinvest in renewable energy. The billionaire’s Aker ASA investment company intends to amalgamate his two mega oil sector suppliers Aker Solutions ASA and Kvaerner ASA, to form a new two renewable energy base. This presentation […]

BMW has a series of X1 models and a 5 series that intends to launch into the market beginning next year

BMW revealed that it would be selling out all the X1 compact electric SUV models together with 5 Series. This move by the German car-manufacturing company is in line with the firm’s strategy of deploying 25 electric vehicle models in the coming three years.  However, BMW was adamant about specifying when the X1 or 5 […]

Ecology Action Center says that there is a need for incentives to drive more electric vehicle sales

It’s time the Government of Nova Scotia took center stage in placing more autonomous vehicles on the road. The perspective of the Ecology Action Center‘s Kelsey Lane, supported by a 27-page Dunsky Energy Consulting report published for EAC. Lane, who works with an environmental charity organization as a coordinator for sustainable transportation, said that the […]

The truth about the cost of electric vehicles

Various questions on electric cars revolve primarily on their prices and operation cost. Moderately speaking, EVs are more expensive at a first-hand price but are cheaper when other variables like maintenance factor in the equation. Therefore, the higher the rate, the cheaper the costs of operating it. The upfront price of an electric car is […]

Modifiable smart windows produce power and enhance energy effectiveness

Windows play numerous functions in our households. The light, cloister as well as circulate air in our spaces while offering views of— as well as security from— the alfresco. Technology-based smart windows or rather windows that make use of cell techs to transform light from the sun into electricity, bring out the extra chances to […]

The revival of the 1603 cash-grant for small business people

This week, Illinois Rep. Sean Casten introduced a bill that will revive the 1603 grant program formulated in the year 2009 under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The 1603 program amounts to about 800 billion US dollars initiative that congress approved the outcome of the significant decline allowed in the renewable energy projects that […]

The 100 percent electric vehicles Lyft’s plan could cost its riders

Lyft recently initiated a daring effort and became the ride-sharing emissions friendly service. The brave ambition declared in the last week and scheduled to take shape by the year 2030, would need all Lyft cars, whether leased or bought, to become battery electric vehicles (BEV). However, with grand strategies come ruthless realities that could make […]