04:00 Boring Tunnel update
09:00 Siemen’s Energy is is looking at hydrogen energy investments
21:50 This Week In Tesla
31:15 VW ID-4 “free fuel” offer then charging using Electrify America
43:45 The war over public spaces
52:40 Shout-outs and Go Home!
2:00 Consumer Report study EVs maintenance
9:10 Hydrogen fuel cell thermal improvements
14:30 Boring Company new Las Vegas station/tunnels
16:15 Starship SN8 test
18:20 TSLA Short sellers have banner 2020 / capital raise
20:00 Taxi company suing Tesla
23:05 Aptera (I also added a reservation to my Cybertruck order, why not‽)
27:20 Start Engine investment/kickstarter site (I wanted to invest /\ in Solectrac but couldn’t as a Canadian)
32:25 Hummer EV prototype
40:20 Uber self driving development SOLD
45:50 Covid and public transit cuts
54:50 A decade of EVs and Shoutouts!
00:00 Show Start
03:50 Turning Interstates into Solar Farms
13:55 Municipal Microgrids
22:45 This Week in Tesla
28:55 Rivian Releasing R1T and R1S Early 2021
36:00 Can the US be a Green Hydrogen Powerhouse?
44:05 Rivian Delivers 1st Amazon Delivery Van
51:00 Shout Outs and Go Home
Michael Klippenstein joins us for a deep-dive into hydrogen: a new initiative in British Columbia, the growth in the hydrogen sector, and the hydrogen-rich future. Additionally, we discuss that 2019 saw more coal-fired power plants shut down and replaced with renewable sources.
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1) Russell provides insight gained at Toyota’s eVolution event
2) If you haven’t yet watched Russell’s interview with Matthew Klippenstein, you should check it out
3) The founder of Faraday Future files bankruptcy
4) Dyson declares they are giving up on developing an electric vehicle
5) All the non-Tesla owners need a supercharger network
6) The Nobel Prize in Chemistry was recently awarded to three men credited for the Lithium Ion battery
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If we just avoid going political
Russell’s happy news
Debuting a brand new show, One On One, where two people wrestle over a recent issue for an in-depth discussion. Today, Danny Cooper and Russell Frost talk about the real future of hydrogen, Toyota, Fuel Cell vehicles and also a little on factory automation and the future of jobs making things.
We cite these links during today’s One On One:
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