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STUDY OF 3,900 ELECTRIC CARS: HOW THE TESLA MODEL 3 TRANSFORMED EV CHARGING HABITS

Electrek | April 22, 2020

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The Tesla Model 3 didn’t go on sale until halfway through 2017. But in less than three years, the Model 3 has radically shifted how and when EV drivers charge their cars. That comes through loud and clear when comparing the charging patterns of EVs in 2014 and 2019. FleetCarma, which helps utilities understand and manage EV charging, today published data based on a new study of 3,900 electric vehicles. The Tesla Model 3 represented nearly half of all EV sales in the US in 2019. That shifte...

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BLACKROCK TARGETS STORAGE WITH NEW MULTIBILLION-DOLLAR RENEWABLES FUND

BlackRock | January 27, 2020

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The world’s largest asset manager has a new multibillion-dollar renewable energy fund in the works, and a good chunk of it may go to batteries. Long a major global investor in wind and solar energy, BlackRock has more recently begun buying into energy storage projects — including its acquisition last year of GE’s distributed solar and storage business. Looking out over the next few years, energy storage is one market “where we’ll see the opportunity set expand,” said Martin Torres, managing dire...

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Vox | March 12, 2020

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Over the last decade or so, Virginia has gradually transitioned from a purple to blue state. Now it will embark on another transition, from fossil fuels to clean, carbon-free electricity. After voting for Republican presidents going back to Richard Nixon in 1972, Virginians began consistently voting for Democrats for president in 2008. And they have a long tradition of Democratic governors, the latest being pediatric neurologist and Army veteran Ralph Northam, elected in 2017. In September of 20...

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AREVON SELECTS NEXTRACKER TO SUPPLY SMART SOLAR TRACKERS FOR 1.5 GW U.S. UTILITY SOLAR PORTFOLIO

Arevon | August 31, 2021

Nextracker, the market leader in yield-enhancing PV system technology and solar trackers, today announced that Arevon Energy, Inc., has selected Nextracker for its upcoming 1.5 gigawatt (GW) portfolio of projects in Indiana and Nevada. Nextracker will supply NX Horizon™ smart solar trackers with TrueCapture™ and NX Navigator™ software and control systems for advanced monitoring, control, and asset management. Indiana will host five of these solar power plants: El...

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STUDY OF 3,900 ELECTRIC CARS: HOW THE TESLA MODEL 3 TRANSFORMED EV CHARGING HABITS

Electrek | April 22, 2020

The Tesla Model 3 didn’t go on sale until halfway through 2017. But in less than three years, the Model 3 has radically shifted how and when EV drivers charge their cars. That comes through loud and clear when comparing the charging patterns of EVs in 2014 and 2019. FleetCarma, which helps utilities understand and manage EV charging, today published data based on a new study of 3,900 electric vehicles. The Tesla Model 3 represented nearly half of all EV sales in the US in 2019. That shifte...

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BLACKROCK TARGETS STORAGE WITH NEW MULTIBILLION-DOLLAR RENEWABLES FUND

BlackRock | January 27, 2020

The world’s largest asset manager has a new multibillion-dollar renewable energy fund in the works, and a good chunk of it may go to batteries. Long a major global investor in wind and solar energy, BlackRock has more recently begun buying into energy storage projects — including its acquisition last year of GE’s distributed solar and storage business. Looking out over the next few years, energy storage is one market “where we’ll see the opportunity set expand,” said Martin Torres, managing dire...

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Vox | March 12, 2020

Over the last decade or so, Virginia has gradually transitioned from a purple to blue state. Now it will embark on another transition, from fossil fuels to clean, carbon-free electricity. After voting for Republican presidents going back to Richard Nixon in 1972, Virginians began consistently voting for Democrats for president in 2008. And they have a long tradition of Democratic governors, the latest being pediatric neurologist and Army veteran Ralph Northam, elected in 2017. In September of 20...

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