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  1. G. David Felt - Staff Writer Alternative Energy - www.cheersandgears.com Tesla less safe than a Slaughterhouse? Seems Tesla cannot move fast enough to replace their workers with Robots and as such the Unions are pushing to get into the Tesla factory especially after an employee turned safety records over to a Union connected group showing that in 2015 the latest year for available records that Tesla was 31% higher than the average in the auto industry for accidents on the assembly line. In fact according to the story, Tesla is worse in safety than Sawmills in Pacific Northwest and Slaughterhouses in the mid west. UAW has been pushing for years to organize Tesla and still the majority of their employees refuse to Unionize. The trend is troubling for Tesla as Tesla moves to automate their assembly line beyond the average auto company. The figures show that in 2014 Tesla was 15% higher than the auto industry average for accidents and then jumped to 31% higher than average for 2015. The government has not released reports for 2016 yet, but one does have to wonder. Some say this is not unusual for a startup company like Tesla where they are speeding up the development to production timeline compared to existing auto companies. LA Times
  2. Tesla Hearse, Ultimate Final Ride? A company in the Netherlands has decided to give you the ultimate quiet final ride! A Tesla Hearse! Remetz Car Anyone have time to convert the web site to English and add more details about this interesting offering, go for it. Also found this, a company converting Tesla S into Limo's
  3. Tesla Motor Club Pictures of Model 3 Long Range Seems that the Tesla Model 3 Long range car is to have a 310 mile range with a 126 MPGe rating according the picture above. This is 131 MPGe city and 120 MPGe highway. This is in comparison to the Chevrolet BOLT with it's 238 mile battery pack, 119 MPGe rating. Course this still does not beat the Hyundai Ioniq which is the leader with a 136 MPGe rating based on the 150 MPGe City and 112 MPGe highway for it's 124 miles battery pack. Yet this does show the direction we are going as we see more EV's enter the market place. I believe in a year from now, having an EV with a mid 250 mile range battery pack or a long distance pack of 300+ will become very much the norm. Tesla Motor Club
  4. Web site Electrek believes Tesla will make up 50% of the global EV market in 3 years with the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y pickup. https://electrek.co/2017/09/04/tesla-model-3-model-y-global-ev-market-report/#more-50960 Due to the Gigafactory, many are believing that Tesla is going to take a commanding lead in the EV market even as many other established auto companies enter the market with product.
  5. Tesla has finally put some decent info on their web site as an FAQ about the Model 3. Model 3 Reservation FAQ Rather interesting to see the estimated delivery dates to their 5X production ramp by the end of December. Enjoy
  6. G. David Felt - Staff Writer Alternative Energy - www.cheersandgears.com Cummins Beats Tesla First round of the Electrified Semi truck fight goes to Cummins. Tuesday August 29th 2017 Cummins introduced to the world their AEOS Electrified Class 7 Semi. This is an 18,000 pound big rig capable of carrying a 44,000 pound payload using a 140 kWh battery pack. This fully functional prototype truck a city range of 100 miles pure electric. Cummins said this is a true city oriented cargo solution that is silent and green for use in city deliveries. The truck has a 140 kWh recharger that allows a 1hr recharge time of the 140 kWh battery pack. Cummins says that by 2020 when it is available for purchase they will have the recharge time down to 20 min. Production of this truck begins end of 2018 to early 2019 with an on sale date of early 2020. Cummins developed and built this truck working with Roush Industries. Cummins has stated they will not build the truck themselves but will provide the powertrain and battery pack and are looking for additional companies interested in building electrified Semi's. Cummins also plans to offer a longer distance model using the style of the Chevrolet Volt. Cummins will have their 100 mile pure Electric system along with a small form factor Diesel generator which they say will as a hybrid cut emissions more than 50%. The hybrid will give 300 miles plus. Tesla may be the High Profile EV builder, but Cummins beat them to the punch for electrified Semi's. Clearly Cummins has chosen to battle with new startups Nikola Motor Company and Proterra. CNET Story
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