Month: January 2019

Tesla Towers Over Detroit Auto Show (Invisibly & Silently)

January 23rd, 2019 by Guest Contributor  Originally published on EVANNEX.By Charles Morris There’s lots of EV hype coming out of this year’s Detroit Auto Show. Tesla, however, is absent. Phil LeBeau of CNBC reports, “Tesla may not be at this year’s North American International Auto Show, but it’s easy to feel the influence of Elon Musk’s company on the automakers unveiling new …

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As GM Plant Closure Looms In Ohio, Interest In Tesla Grows

January 23rd, 2019 by Guest Contributor  Originally published on EVANNEXBy Charles Morris In November, GM announced plans to stop producing most of its sedans and close down five North American factories, including a plant in Lordstown, Ohio, that produces the doomed Chevrolet Cruze. Some have speculated that Tesla might be interested in buying some of the soon-to-be-shuttered plants, …

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IT experts from Newcastle Hospitals shortlisted for Unsung Hero award

IT experts from Newcastle Hospitals have been shortlisted for this year’s Unsung Hero Award. Sean Dodds, an IT development manager at The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, is a finalist in the ‘Everyday hero in IT’ category. He’s joined by the IT development team at the Trust, who are finalists in the ‘Team …

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Lime Joins DriveNow & Car2Go In Seattle’s Car-Sharing Showdown

Cars Published on January 22nd, 2019 | by Erika Clugston January 22nd, 2019 by Erika Clugston  Lime, the light electric vehicle sharing company, has announced plans to enter the car-sharing market with its pilot program, LimePod. The news came as part of a celebratory announcement that the company had surpassed 2 million rides on Lime …

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Microsoft declares the official end to its smartphone era

Microsoft earlier this month reminded owners of devices powered by Windows 10 Mobile that support will end Dec. 10, although some services may remain active for months after that expiration date. In a support document revised three weeks ago, Microsoft also told Windows 10 Mobile customers to now steer for Android or iOS smartphones. “As …

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Of New Power Generation, How Much Is On The Roof? Quarterly Update — 2018 Q3

Clean Power Published on January 22nd, 2019 | by John Farrell January 22nd, 2019 by John Farrell  Originally published at ilsr.org. The third quarter of 2018 saw notable reductions in the growth and total capacity of new natural gas and utility-scale solar nationwide, but continued growth in distributed solar and wind power. Roughly 5 gigawatts …

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