My amazing friend Tiffany with Green With Tiffany has the on site reporting covered. All for the NY International Auto Show.
Green With Tiffany
So to be clear, my Green Tiffany started a webisode/blog series called “Green With Tiffany”. All to help educate and moving forward. It also helps entertain people to make minor changes in their daily lives. Changes that can help make major differences in the environment.
So Tiffany even has school educators who interested in building lesson plans around 3 minute videos. For she is an actress and a host. She has decided to focus all of her energy of this.
Tiffany is a passionate person for the environment.
Moreover, Tiffany wants people to be informed and to choose to care. If I can show people first hand that our oceans are dying and that we need to act now, it would be my honor. I can’t say it will always be without tears, but I can promise it will be with wholehearted dedication.
Recently and from Triple Pundit Reports:
If you were asked to list the top three electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers, Tesla would most likely come to mind first. That’s also along with perhaps Chevrolet and Nissan after that. I mean two out of three of those being U.S. companies.
Of these, Tesla is the only pure-play EV manufacturer. That’s a fully committed to electrification while shunning all other power trains. With the introduction of the Model 3, which is being produced at higher volumes than the company’s previous models, Tesla is now churning out approximately 5,600 vehicles per week, Bloomberg recently reported. At this rate, the company can claim to have joined the ranks as a mass-market automaker selling across global markets.
Seemingly then, America’s firm foothold in EV production should bode well for the future. However, an article published this week in Forbes indicates that the United States is in fact already losing the manufacturing battle. Especially when it comes to electric cars. Instead, China is increasingly dominating, accountable for 40 percent of the global production of electric vehicles. That’s also compared with 20 percent made by U.S.-based companies.