How Gogoro will deliver electric scooters to the people who really want them

January 5, 2016 by  
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If you want your own hip and zippy Gogoro electric scooter , now is the time to voice your demand. They’re enormously popular in Taiwan and heading to Amsterdam, and have potential in pretty much any densely-populated urban center in the world. In fact, Gogoro has sold 4,000 of their battery-swapping scooters to date. But because different countries have varying regulations when it comes to scooters, according to CEO Horace Luke, the company has to surmount certain legal hoops before introducing the scooters to further markets. In the meantime, Luke and others devised a clever way to ensure they pursue only the most relevant markets. Which is where you come in. Learn more about the Gogoro OPEN (Owner Proposed Energy Network) Initiative, which allows consumers and businesses to nominate themselves and their communities to be a part of the next market expansion. Read the rest of How Gogoro will deliver electric scooters to the people who really want them

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Green-roofed Casa Magayon offers energy-smart tropical luxury in Costa Rica

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New polymer from researchers at Cornell may revolutionize water filtration

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Researchers at Cornell University have developed a new polymer technique that may transform the way water is purified around the world. Led by associate professor of chemistry and chemical biology  Will Dichtel , the team has invented a porous version of cyclodextrin, which demonstrates a greatly increased absorption rate, sometimes 200 times greater, over traditional methods. “These materials will remove pollutants in seconds, as the water flows by,” says Dichtel, “so there’s a potential for really low-energy, flow-through water purification, which is a big deal.” Read the rest of New polymer from researchers at Cornell may revolutionize water filtration

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