With the next Canadian federal election less than a year away – and undesirables like Wayne Gretzky soon to be purged from the voter lists – I’ve been getting a lot more fundraising emails lately. As of mid-December I’d received nineteen in eighteen days. It was like a Christmas advent calendar, but in my email . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: …on the Entrepreneurial State
My article on the 1-2-3′s of electric vehicle adoption in the U.S. went up on GreenCarReports on the weekend. The commentary went through a title change – a procedure familiar to many famous writers, and many more of us unknown mediocrities. 🙂
About fifteen years after a publisher’s first impression of Jane Austen’s First . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: The 1-2-3′s of EV market share in the US
My August Canadian EV car sales stats update went up recently. Which was cool.
Cooler still, I had a chance to wax poetic about sustainability, and my new-found optimism that we’ll avoid the worst of our dystopian horrors. I was invited to be a guest lecturer for an engineering course at UBC (APSC 150) . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Wiki-immortality!
Clearly, people really enjoyed the Canadian Tesla sales stats I was able to pull up via vehicle registration records. The article is now number one for the week! An article on Canadian stats topping an American website’s “recently popular” list. How about that! 🙂
I noticed that the good folks at the InsideEV’s website . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Number one!
My GreenCarReports article on Tesla Model S sales in Canada this year has been popular enough to reach second-place in GCR’s “Most Popular this week” sidebar.
Very cool, and almost certainly indicative of the fact that Tesla fans are starved for sales data! After all, the company is about as forthcoming with monthly sales . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Tesla sales in Canada, Jan-May 2013
My April update on Canadian plug-in car sales stats in Canada is now up at GreenCarReports. The Volt’s title reign continues — while the Prius Plug-in Prius dropped to fourth place!
As noted in the article, I think some of the Prius Plug-in’s challenges come from the fact that it’s a plug-in option on a . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: April 2013 Canadian plug-in electric vehicle sales
My column on plug-in car sales in Canada for January 2013, is now up at GreenCarReports. Since it’s hard to write ~600 words about sales statistics in the very small Canadian market, I discuss how Quebec — not B.C.! — is the leading province for plug-in vehicle adoption, and reasons why this might be the . . . → Read More: Eclectic Lip: Plug-in electric car sales in Canada, January 2013 (via GreenCarReports)
Being able to get across a green product’s essence to consumers and investors is a key that can turn it from a fringe interest to mass market success. Design can connect consumers with a cleantech product’s functions, values, and green character better than words can. This article shows the key role design played in the . . . → Read More: Carbon49 – Sustainability for Canadian businesses: Winning Cleantech by Design