A roundup, look back, and some mild, low level predictions but mostly a big thank you for supporting and watching Fully Charged. Merry Christmas, happy new year and here’s to a wonderful, sustainable, equitable 2017.
Small to medium sized wind turbines that could, given the right financial and planning environment, make an enormous impact in these Windy Islands. And these are made in England. More info: http://www.britwind.co.uk/
The Mercedes C350e plug in hybrid. A very swish car, amazing technology plus an amateur driver and car reviewer in one neat package.
Pod Point are a UK company specialising and innovating the way we charge electric cars. During a recent visit to their head office I had a fascinating conversation with Erik Fairbairn, the CEO and founder of the company. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
A demonstration of how to use the new Ecotricity electric highway app followed by a chat with Ecotricity founder Dale Vince.
Hard not to put this at the top of the list for new elecrtric cars. An excellent machine, very sophisticated and cheaper than a 30kWh Nissan Leaf. Hopefully this time I’ve put a lot of information in the episode. Enjoy.
A small start to what could be a game changing technological shift. A visit to one of the first Tesla Powerwall installations in the UK. For more info and prices: Is the Tesla Powerwall a hero in a half Shell?
Air quality monitoring in your pocket. The CleanSpace Tag by Drayson Technologies is an electronic gadget that never needs to be plugged in but is always charged. If you’re a Londoner and would like to help address pollution you can get a complimentary CleanSpace Tag https://our.clean.space/maplondon
A quick spin around Coventry City ring road in a surprisingly swift rally version of the Renault Zoe. For more information about the car, Ellya Gold and the Junior Rally scheme: https://www.facebook.com/eRally/
The unveiling of the Tesla Model 3 recently garnered enormous interest around the world. When will they make them? How will they make that many? Where will the batteries come from and why do I have a crush on the French Minister of Energy?