Nothing better than to prep some food for the week ahead on a Sunday. Tonight it’s been a Tadka Dhal recipe we found on epicurious.
Just checked and saw it only has a 2.5 / 4 forks rating on their site but we’ve now made it 3 times and loved it. The scent is a major tease in the whole house – can’t wait until tomorrow nite…
Why don’t you give it a try, too?
… so Mexican, so great:
“Hector Ruiz has made it his mission to convert old cars in Mexico City to run on electricity.”
http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-39195705 (2:23 min. video)
Initial demand is expected to be focused on car sharing because it will take time for consumers to adapt to purchasing driverless cars for their personal use.
I think we have seen really amazing adoption curves recently, eg. on iPhone or iPad. It will be a question of price but also how convenient the technology is in the end.
European governments yesterday agreed to increase the share of electric vehicles (EVs) on their fleets as part of a global deal that could lead to orders for up to 300,000 EVs by 2020.
The Government Fleet Declaration was signed by France, Norway, Sweden and the UK as well as Canada, China, Japan and the US.
Germany is an interesting omission in that. And, I wonder how much that constitutes of the total governmental car park in those countries.
Tom Randall for Bloomberg Technology on Tesla’s recent SolarCity acquisition:
Tesla isn’t just a car company looking to buy a solar company. It’s also a battery company that wants to link its two biggest markets: energy supply (solar) with energy demand (electric cars).
And later, citing BNEF estimates:
By 2020, Tesla is aiming to bring the cost of battery packs down to about $100 per kWh—from an industry average of $1,000 in 2010
Me thinks, if a single company can connect the dots – between clean energy production, storage, re-selling excess, and usage – it will be hugely successful.