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Pasha Targets Port with Zero-Emissions

July 15, 2016 in money awarded, ports, solar by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

TransPower Trucks Contribute to ‘a Wright Brothers Moment’

Pasha Stevedoring and Terminals, which operates a 40-acre facility at the Port of Los Angeles, is aiming to eliminate emissions with the help of a $14.5 million grant from the California Air Resources Board.
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AEM’s Solar Tech: a Sun-Powered TRU

June 14, 2016 in New Products, solar, trucking by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Available Now for 28- to 53-Foot Reefer Installation

Mesa, Ariz.-based Advanced Energy Machines is promoting an all-electric transport refrigeration unit capable of gathering 100% of its needed power from the sun. Following field testing “for hundreds of thousands of hours and millions of miles while making everyday food deliveries,” AEM’s TRUs are now ready for delivery for trailers 28 to 53 feet in length, the company says.
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Telefonix PowerPosts for Alliant Energy

October 13, 2015 in EVs, EVSE, solar by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

EVSE Features in Madison Solar Energy Project

Telefonix reports that 13 of its L2 PowerPost electric vehicle chargers will be included in solar energy research project at Alliance Energy headquarters in Madison, Wisc. The utility is looking to gauge the effectiveness of solar power in the Wisconsin climate, Telefonix says.
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Solar Impulse Wraps Japan-Hawaii Flight

July 7, 2015 in Aviation, Electric Drive, solar, Technology by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Longest Leg of Around-the-World Journey Using No Fuel Is Completed:
The Next Stop Is Phoenix for Aircraft Demonstrating Clean Technologies

The fully electric Solar Impulse – Si2, the Swiss organization’s second 100% battery-powered aircraft – has completed its 7,200-kilometer/4,475-mile flight from Nagoya, Japan to Honolulu. Organization co-founder and CEO André Borschberg made the five-day solo journey, the longest in aviation history.
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Solar Impulse Tries Nagoya-Hawaii Flight

June 30, 2015 in Aviation, Electric Drive, solar, Technology by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Longest Leg of Around-the-World Journey Using No Fuel – Right Now:
‘Clean Technologies & Renewable Energies Can Achieve Incredible Feats’

The fully electric Solar Impulse airplane – Si2, the Swiss organization’s second – is in the midst of the longest and riskiest leg of its historic Round-The-World mission, flying as of F&F presstime from Nagoya, Japan to Hawaii. It is a second attempt at the 7,200-kilometer/4,475-mile crossing after weather forced diversion of the aircraft to Nagoya following a takeoff from Nanjing, China.
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