I like how the article noted the lack of broader coverage.
Ørsted and Equinor officials say they are weighing options ranging from starting construction at their initially agreed-upon rates to walking away.
A New York official said that neither developer has terminated their contracts yet. Last week, the state requested information about launching an expedited bidding process as early as late November to backfill potentially canceled deals.
Firms such as Equinor and Ørsted would have to pull out of existing deals to participate in any new bidding process, the state official said.
Hertz was aiming to make 25% of its fleet electric by 2024, but is finding 11% is too much. Given there are whole nations pushing for 100% EV by 2035 there seems to be a message here…
US-based rental car company Hertz announced back in 2021 it was ordering 100,000 Tesla electric vehicles (EVs) by the end of 2022, though in reality it’s still far from this number.
Hertz Global CEO Stephen Scherr said during the company’s recent third-quarter earnings call that ‘our in-fleeting of EVs will be slower than our prior expectations’.
And then this UK Daily Mail headline popped up in the feed: “Michigan township Green Charter votes out its entire local government over China-linked EV battery maker Gotion's plan to build a factory there.”