Automotive manufacturing has largely relied on suppliers in the past several decades, though the emergence of software-based electric vehicles has many global auto brands questioning the age-old model. Tesla, a pioneering force in the shift, offers a vertically integrated product that is mostly manufactured in-house — reducing supply chain needs or dependence on hardware and software from other companies.
Tesla has started to push a new software update to increase the top speed limit of Autopilot for vehicles with ‘Tesla Vision’ to 85 mph.Read More
EV charging network Electrify America has announced the start of a 15-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) with renewable energy developer Terra-Gen to build a sustainable solar farm in Southern California. The project, named “Electrify America Solar Glow 1,” is estimated to produce enough solar power annually to more than offset any energy delivered on […]
Major automakers are currently on track to fail to meet necessary climate goals to keep the world under 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming, according to a new report by InfluenceMap.Read More