Q&A With Tesla Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen and Model S Program Director Jerome Guillen

August 1, 2011 by  
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Photo: Tesla Motors If you are interested in Tesla’s second electric car, the Model S , you might want to check out this Q&A session with Tesla Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen and Model S Program Director Jerome Guillen. It’s not exactly hard-hitting journalism, but the questions were submitted via Twitter and Facebook, so while there are no curveballs, at least they repres… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Far Lower Cancer Risk In US Nuclear Power Plant Meltdown Than Previously Assumed, Regulators Say

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A new assessment by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission of the potential consequences of a nuclear power plant meltdown (the details of which have come to light pre-publication via the Union of Concerned Scientists and the New York Times ) finds far lower numbers of people can expect to get cancer in the event of a disaster than previously estimated…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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GE Will Expand LED Bulb Lineup with 60W, 75W and 100W Replacements

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Photo: Michael Graham Richard Nothing Will Stand in the Way of LEDs Taking Over The latest generation of LED light bulbs have proven (see my reviews of GE , Philips , and Qnuru LED bulbs ) that they have what it takes when it comes to light quality, but before they can… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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