Nikola Tesla proved that wireless power is more than a dream in 1891. By 1894, he had incandescent lamps burning in his laboratory
The electric car industry has been romping along nicely. Fresh ideas for better batteries are coming online rapidly, with lithium leading
When Elon Musk announced plans fifteen years ago to power an electric roadster with laptop-type batteries, this seemed improbable.
At first glance, it may seem strange to find an American electric auto manufacturer building a giant battery in Australia. After all, what is it to Tesla
Facebook already has two billion users, or a quarter of the planet’s population. But this is insufficient to dent the ambition of a social medium
We think of disruption to electric cars, not batteries in this instance. Electric planes will need their energy on board.
Tesla is understandably reticent about givimg away too many secrets of the Model S battery. That said, Elon Musk does make his patents open source
Elon Musk is pushing ahead with a massive lithium-ion battery program. He has to. Because Tesla needs practical solutions for 500,000 electrical cars.
We found an interesting post by Barry Cinnamon on Green Tech Media last week regarding a cost estimate of Tesla tiles. He has been trying to run the numbers since Tesla’s announcements which, to be honest, do not give much away.
Nobody predicted Tesla’s solar roof tile. And who would have, with Tesla largely leaving the solar panel side in the hands of Solar City and the rest of the industry