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15 Sep 2014

Tesla’s Lithium Supply Relies On America’s Loneliest Highway

The Gigafactory deal with Nevada has been inked, and in addition to $ 1.2 billion in incentives from the Silver State, Tesla is also getting a new highway Tesla’s Lithium Supply Relies On America’s Loneliest Highway was
5 Sep 2014

Tesla’s use of clean power for its battery factory would be unprecedented

Will Tesla be able to power its huge battery factory entirely with its own clean power? Tesla’s use of clean power for its battery factory would be unprecedented originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
4 Sep 2014

Nevada looks like the winner in the fight for Tesla’s battery factory. Here’s why it won.

Nevada appears to be ever so close to clinching the Tesla factory deal. This is why: Nevada looks like the winner in the fight for Tesla’s battery factory. Here’s why it won. originally published by Gigaom, ©
12 Jul 2014

Tesla’s chargers now moving a gigawatt hour of electricity a month

There are now enough Tesla Model S electric cars — as well as the company’s electric car chargers that keep them going — out there driving on the roads of the world that a substantial amount of
27 Jun 2014

Tesla’s Over-The-Air Software Installation Process Explored

Image Credit: Tesla Motors Not fortunate enough to own a Tesla Model S? Wish you did? Interested in reading about Tesla’s over-the-air software update process actually works? Then you’ve come to the right place. The software update process begins
25 Jun 2014

CarCharging Will Integrate Tesla’s Charging Tech Into Blink Network

It looks like someone has already decided to take advantage of Tesla’s recent decision to open up its patents to free use — the EV charging services provider CarCharging is now planning to integrate Tesla’s charging technology
23 Apr 2014

Nikola Tesla EV Rally Passing Through Tesla’s Birthplace In Smiljani, Croatia

The Nikola Tesla EV Rally — the international electric car rally with the highest prize money fund in the world (as it’s being billed) — will visit the birthplace of the icon of electrical technology, Nikola Tesla,
14 Apr 2014

Tesla’s Security Shortfalls

Originally published on Gas2. By Zachary Coffey A recent blog post by Nitesh Dhanjani, a respected security researcher and author, explains why Tesla needs to rethink many of its security standards. By cracking a user’s login credentials,
12 Mar 2014

Tesla’s Gigafactory Won’t Be In California, Texas Unlikely

Originally published on Gas 2. By Robyn Purchia. Now that Tesla has announced development of a $ 5 billion “Gigafactory,” everyone is wondering where it will be built. Well, we just got handed a clue: it’s not
1 Mar 2014

Over 1 Billion Electric Miles Driven In LEAFS, Volts, & Teslas (Well Over 1 Billion, Actually)

A CleanTechnica reader noticed this week that EV miles driven in the Nissan LEAF, Chevy Volt, and Tesla vehicles have clearly surpassed 1 billion electric miles. That’s based on Chevy Volt drivers who opted to share their