image of Tesla Model S’s at a rally, from Consumer Reports
British Columbians have now purchased more than 1,000 plug-in electric vehicles. Add in low-speed neighbourhood electric vehicles and owner conversions, and the number will be a bit higher.
As of Jan 31, 2014 Polk research (now a division of IHS) had tracked . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: British Columbia hits 1,000 EV’s (and gov’t drops support)
It’s been a busy month — busy enough that though one in seven Canadians crossed the border for Black Friday, I wasn’t one of them. (Like a further one in three Canadians, I did my shopping online. Bought me some books — and by books, I mean books so nerdy Aya will despair for Leo’s . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: November EV (and FCV) musings
A long-belated companion to Steven Chu’s “Time to fix the wiring” essay I posted earlier, this is the white paper I co-authored for the same McKinsey & Company series. Given the roughly five-month delay in uploading this, I suppose “Time to post the writing” might be an apt subtitle… 🙂
Ever the stickler for citing . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Electron democracy
The kind people at CEV for BC sent over some statistics on Clean Energy Vehicle rebates issued by the provincial government.
While the CEV rebates were available for electric, natural gas, and fuel cell vehicles, my understanding is that the rebates break down as follows:
– 308x EV’s
– 0 NGV’s
– . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: EV stats for British Columbia (2012)
A few Prius-inclined websites noted last week that Dec 10, 2012 marked the 15th anniversary of the Prius’ introduction in Japan. With the Prius (temporarily?) becoming the world’s 3rd-best-selling car brand in 2012, the anniversary probably deserves some reflection. 🙂
As near as I can figure, Malcolm Gladwell-type book chapters start with a . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Prius: a Crystal Anniversary (15 years)