What State Officials Should Consider

In a recent piece, I detailed the requirements the federal government put on states for the upcoming EV infrastructure build-out. It’s a great plan, and will go a long way toward getting EV charging infrastructure closer to where it needs to be. However, as I pointed out in that piece, there are some shortcomings. Fortunately, … Read more

Will The U.S. Government Really Build 500,000 EV Charging Stations?

Recently, the US government released further details on their plans to build charging stations. For those unfamiliar, a law passed last year provided $7.5 billion for the construction stations of 500,000 EV charging, but details were scarce. Given the government’s reputation for wasteful spending ($50 toilet seats, $10 nuts and bolts… and those numbers were … Read more

Irish Greenwashing Awards Call Out Misinformation

The Irish Greenwashing Awards call out top misinformation spreaders that have been greenwashing and profiting from the climate crisis. Irish EVs is taking a satirical approach to help bring attention to the issue of greenwashing that’s been happening with the fossil fuel industry. In a press release, the consumer advice website said that some of … Read more

ICRA expects strong demand outlook for Indian solar manufacturers – pv magazine International

As Indian solar manufacturers relying on imported cells remain exposed to price fluctuations, timely commissioning and ramp-up of ongoing capex in the module manufacturing value chain remain critical in the near to medium term. February 21, 2022 Uma Gupta From pv magazine India Indian solar manufacturers will continue to see strong demand for their modules … Read more