As the electric car revolution gains momentum, a 1,050 horsepower luxury option enters the playing field known as the FF 91 by tech-company, Faraday Future. This week we are joined by Faraday Future’s own Tobin Kirk who shares some of the futuristic features with Noel and Jacob as we envision a world with silent cars, customizable screens, and maybe just maybe… bubbles.
As Electric Vehicles increase in popularity with more models arriving every year, The Biofriendly Podcast wanted to explore what charging solutions were available with this week’s guest, Jonathan Levy from EVgo. As SVP of Business Development, Jonathan plugs us in to some of the best ways to integrate charging into your every day life, what sets EVgo apart from the rest, and how hard would it be for Jacob to get an electric Gremlin.
High pollution, energy shortages and the depletion of natural resources have caused many of the world’s major metropolitan areas to rethink energy usage. City leaders are partnering with energy companies, environmental groups, technology developers and engineers to devise strategies for reducing energy consumption while creating cleaner urban environments. Although much of the world still has […]
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob go to ludicrous speed on the current state of electric vehicle batteries and discuss how far we have to go
At this point, the majority of people are aware we’re in need of urgent environmental policies. The Earth’s resources we’ve been taking for granted are not infinite and we’ve witnessed pollution taking the lives of humans as well as animals. Although we are fully conscious of the serious threat caused by global warming, we still […]
Needing to own a car can cause quite a dilemma when you know how it influences the environment. Manufacturing, use and recycling of cars all have an impact. But thanks to clean automotive technologies and growing awareness among car manufacturers and users, there are ways for both you as a car owner, and for industry […]
Sustainability is going to be a hot topic of conversation for a very long time, especially if we’re serious about protecting the environment and taking steps to counteract climate change. Many of us have parents, grandparents and great grandparents who all incorporated sustainable and biofriendly actions into their day-to-day lives. Growing gardens, composting, using leftovers […]
If Memorial Day weekend was any indication, as AAA was reporting it expected nearly 42 million Americans to hit the road during the unofficial start of summer, our guess is it’s going to be a very busy travel season. While many people may take planes or trains to get to their vacation destination, you can […]
For people who have an electric car and want a charging station at their home, they can put that station either in their garage or their driveway. It is not something everyone has though, so if you’re interested in this, you’ll want to make sure you do it the right way. In an age of […]
Wind turbines are a sight many people are used to seeing, if not in and around their cities and towns, at least on the news. Collecting energy from the power of the wind is one of many renewable energy sources. It’s right up there along with solar and hydroelectric power. Here in California we see wind […]