French renewable energy developer Eurowatt has placed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) order for the 26 MW La Crémière wind park to be located in the Pas de Calais
This is an idea that is catching on, but it represents a tremendous challenge to scientists and engineers to develop a solar material that can take the beating of millions of cars driving on them each year.
The exterior lighting changes for autonomous mode to indicate that a computer ( and not a Frenchman or person ) is in control.
Volkswagen has given us glimpse of the future ( not to distant?) from their perspective. It is not so unique really as many of the car makers have already shown us a similar plan from them.
Many have predicted that it will take decades to adopt electric vehicles in any meaningful number. There are all after all billions of combustion engine cars on the road today right?
The agreement covers the development, construction and operation of three French offshore wind farms, totaling 1,400 MW of installed capacity.