Welcome to RenewEconomy’s newest podcast, in which Nigel Morris deep-dives into what makes a great solar business, and how to learn from the past and prepare for the future so that your business thrives.
After seven years as an electric bike owner, I went out and bought a second hand petrol machine. Then I remembered there are 26 times as many parts in the fuel system.
A test-drive of Fonzarelli new NKD model prototype, best described as a hybrid between a scooter and a motorcycle.
My Zero doesn’t work again, and I’m getting so frustrated I may have to buy a fossil fuel bike.
It’s boom-time for Australia’s rooftop solar sector, but not everything is rosy. We take a glimpse into the world of “crap solar,” where helping people to save money on their bills is the last thing on the agenda.
There’s a lot of hubbub about the lack of noise from EVs. But let’s not let it become another pretext to slow down the rise of electrics?
If you want to prove that an electric vehicle is fast and grunty, there’s nothing like winning an uphill road race. Against petrol cars.
The evolution of electric motorcycles is happening before our eyes, with control systems and battery designs the final barriers to yet more power and speed.
A website and Facebook page called “Energy in Australia” has emerged over recent months. If you ever wanted an example of “fake news” loaded with myths masquerading as facts, here it is.
Who knows what EV nightmare Craig Kelly had over Christmas, but clearly it spooked him. Let’s compare his claims with real word facts.