I work for TOTAL. We have been moving toward sustainable energy for a few years now, with a carbon neutrality goal -- I just don't remember the year that the goal is set for. This actually isn't our first solar company acquisition..
I'm one of them. Texas can mange itself without intervention from others.
While this is a large issue that will have to be remedied, it doesn't discount what Texas has accomplished during a time when the rest of the nation has not been able to.
My original plan was to keep my '16 MS forever since it has FSD (and the computer gets upgraded soon!!!). Since the recent refresh, I realize how dated the technology in the car is going to become. I don't see this car being viable (for what I want it to do) for much longer. I think, by the time...
Definitely going to pick mine up at the factory!! It's about a 260 mile trip for me, so the tri would make it back with no charging stops. Would be pushing it with the dual, I don't exactly get full range with my lead foot and I don't think Tesla delivers with 100% charge. At least my S wasn't.
This is the first time I've seen this map. Very interesting. My eye was immediately drawn to a dot very near where I live. There are gateways in both of SpaceX's Texas locations. But Hamshire.... It's a small community off IH-10, just outside of Beaumont.
It's hard to find electricity of any sort in a hotel parking lot. Yes, there are slower chargers around town such as the Bush Presidential Library, but I'm spending all day long handling the logistics of an industrial fire brigade. Parking at a slow charger for 12 hours isn't going to cut it for...