Month: September 2018

Tesla Bringing 3 New “Grohmann Machines” Online To Reach 8,000 Battery Packs/Week

Batteries Published on September 13th, 2018 | by Kyle Field September 13th, 2018 by Kyle Field  Tesla is receiving 3 new Grohmann machines from Germany to raise production at Gigafactory 1 to 8,000 Model 3 battery packs per week. Tesla recently invited a team of institutional investors from Worm Capital for a tour of Gigafactory …

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US Solar Market Experiences Slight Turnaround In Q2

Clean Power Published on September 13th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill September 13th, 2018 by Joshua S Hill  US Solar Procurement Soars & Residential Stabilizes In Second Quarter Despite recent rocky waters, the US solar saw something of a turnaround in the second quarter, with utility-scale solar procurement soaring and residential installations stabilizing, according …

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Test Out A Tesla At Electric Vehicle Experience Day (#CleanTechnica Interview)

Cars Published on September 13th, 2018 | by Andy Miles September 13th, 2018 by Andy Miles  At CleanTechnica, our purpose is to keep readers informed of the true facts about renewable energy, EVs, and all things clean and green. So, when we heard about a new startup in the UK, “EV Driver Ltd”, which provides …

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Tesla Offering Selected Model 3 Cars “For Immediate Delivery,” Removes Two Colors From Design Studio

Cars Published on September 12th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley September 12th, 2018 by Steve Hanley  Several Model 3 reservation holders who are members of the Tesla Motors Club (TMC) forum are reporting they recently received an email from Tesla informing them they could be driving a new Model 3 sooner than expected — if …

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Oracle forges a Java microservices framework

Oracle has introduced Project Helidon, an open source microservices framework for Java. Helidon features a collection of Java libraries for writing microservices that will run on a web core powered by the Netty network application framework. The project also includes Helidon Reactive WebServer, which provides a functional programming model to run on Netty. Cloud application …

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What Will Persuade Conservatives To Fight Climate Change?

September 12th, 2018 by Carolyn Fortuna  Republican opposition can continue to suppress US climate legislation even if the Democrats take the White House and both houses of Congress in 2020. Conservatives have been slow to address environmental challenges, even though many clean energy and other sustainability measures fit well within a belief in free market …

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Dell EMC puts big data as a service on premises

To get up and running on a self-service, big-data analytics platform efficiently, many data-center and network managers these days would likely think about using a cloud service. But not so fast – there is some debate about whether the public cloud is the way to go for certain big-data analytics. For some big-data applications, the public …

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