Faraday Future unveils electric vehicle in Las Vegas to kick off CES

Faraday Future unveils electric vehicle in Las Vegas to kick off CES

Electric vehicle start-up Faraday Future showed off in Las Vegas on Tuesday a prototype of a vehicle set for production next year as the China-backed company strives to win credibility in the crowded sector and weather its funding challenges. The “FF 91“, described by its designer Richard Kim as “weird-pretty“, is a luxury electric SUV Faraday executives say will be the most technologically advanced on the market when it goes into production in early 2018.…

Development of Smart Cities Becoming a Reality

Development of Smart Cities Becoming a Reality

Development of Smart Cities Smart cities are slowly becoming a reality; slowly on a global level, but for those cities determined to implement the necessary smart infrastructure, connected technology is often very rapidly impacting industrial, commercial and residential environments. Municipalities determined to implement smart technology both to save money and improve the lives of residents believe that initial capital outlay will show positive returns in both drawing leading businesses to the area and improving overall…

Ground Breaking: 1.3 Megawatt Solar System for Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center

Ground Breaking: 1.3 Megawatt Solar System for Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center

BAKERSFIELD, CA–(Marketwired – October 20, 2016) – Cenergy Power and the Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center (CBCC) have announced the groundbreaking of a 1.3 megawatt (MW) solar canopy system at CBCC’s Bakersfield facilities. The project will generate an estimated 1,850 megawatt hours (MWh) per year which is equivalent to the electricity usage of approximately 170 homes; while offsetting roughly 1,400 tons of CO2 emissions annually. “The idea of offsetting the majority of the Cancer Center’s…

Infographic: Solar Power In California

Infographic: Solar Power In California

Solar POWER The California Solar power boom is certainly well on its way. In April, San Francisco, the home of cable cars and the Golden Gate Bridge, will be known as the first American city to require all new buildings (up to 10 stories) have solar panels installed to provide heat and/or electricity. This should come as no surprise, since San Francisco has long been known for its progressive stance on issues such as the…

Tesla Solar Plan Would Cost Billions To Implement

Tesla Solar Plan Would Cost Billions To Implement

A 1,500-word manifesto that Elon Musk unveiled last week, outlining his plan to expand Tesla Motors Inc.’s electric-vehicle line and to build “stunning solar roofs,” may end up costing the company tens of billions of dollars to carry out. Musk, Tesla’s chairman and chief executive officer, gave the estimate on Tuesday after a tour of the company’s battery factory under construction in Nevada. He quickly added that he doesn’t plan on spending billions more right away.…

Smart Cities And The Enthusiasm For Technological Advancement

Smart Cities And The Enthusiasm For Technological Advancement

Embracing Smart City Innovation In research studies from IHS and Frost & Sullivan, it’s suggested that by 2025 approximately half of the world’s smart cities will be located outside of America and Europe, the advantaged territories that currently boast the highest concentration. Already well on its way, the Middle East has seen the development of its own smart cities as Tel Aviv delivers personalized city services to its citizens through its data analytics program Digi-tel,…

Want To Save The Planet And Be Green? Then Go Cloud!

Want To Save The Planet And Be Green? Then Go Cloud!

Going Green Data Centers (DC’s) – they are hungry beasts. Ten years ago the EPA estimated that DC’s consumed 61 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity in the US. Just three years ago the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) was calling the consumption level at 91 billion kilowatt-hours – almost a 50% increase in six years. Let’s put this into perspective. That power consumption is enough to power all the households of New York City twice over.…