Aug 12, 2014 - 08:31 am

Corvus Energy, Organic Transit, Tesla.

Millions for marine batteries: Corvus Energy just finalised a financing contract with Green Marine Capital, which will spend 5 million dollars to fund Corvus’ “aggressive growth” strategy. The specialist for Li-ion batteries for ships is looking into expanding its business to include hybrid port cranes, as well as electric and hybrid trains.
shipandbunker.com, chargedevs.com

Electric Light Fun, or in short ‘ELF’ is an egg-like trike that is powered by electricity, solar cells on the roof and human pedal-power. “The most efficient vehicle on the planet,” as its manufacturer Organic Transit refers to it, is now available starting at 5,495 dollars.
green.autoblog.com (with video)

Hackers wanted: Tesla sent its ‘Hacker Princess’ Kristin Paget (we reported) to attend this year’s Def Con in Las Vegas to look for IT experts. The ones that manage to hack the Model S have a good chance to land a job at the Californian company as it is looking to hire 20-30 security experts.
wsj.com, transportevolved.com

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Most clicked link on Monday was the E-Golf test review by John Simpson from The Green Car Website.
thegreencarwebsite.co.uk

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2014/08/12/corvus-energy-organic-transit-tesla/
12.08.2014 08:24