- “EnerVenue Backs Its Nickel Hydrogen Batteries With 20-Year, 200,000-Cycle Warranty” • EnerVenue makes nickel hydrogen batteries that have proven themselves in orbital spacecraft by providing reliable electricity for over 200 million cell-hours and over 100,000 charge and discharge cycles. Now, EnerVenue wants to do business on Earth. [CleanTechnica]
- “BMW 100%-Electric Vehicle Sales Up 114.8%” • BMW took a while to put another full-EV model on the market after its BMW i3, but it’s rolling stronger and stronger now in the EV space. In the first 9 months of 2022, BMW Group sold 128,196 fully electric vehicles. That puts them up 114.8% compared to the first 9 months of 2021. [CleanTechnica]
- “Stellantis Materials Deal Shows Growth In Minerals From Friendly Countries” • Stellantis and GME Resources Limited have announced their agreement to sell quantities of battery grade nickel and cobalt sulphate products from the NiWest Nickel-Cobalt Project in Western Australia, through a binding Memorandum of Understanding. [CleanTechnica]
- “Indigenous-Owned Wind Farm Thrives In One Of Quebec’s Windiest Regions” • Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula is home to some of the strongest sustained winds in Canada. Indigenous groups have successfully developed independent energy projects that are bringing economic prosperity and electricity to thousands of households. [The Weather Network]
- “San Diego Ranked The ‘Greenest’ City In America Thanks To Renewable Energy” • A study released this month ranked San Diego as the greenest city in America, thanks to copious amounts of renewable energy and healthful environment. San Diego was followed by Portland and Honolulu in the study by WalletHub, based in Washington, DC. [Times of San Diego]
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