|Hybrid electric buses have been a common sight in Manhattan for years, but this is the first hybrid electric UPS truck I've seen, being driven up Third Avenue a couple of weeks ago.|
Christopher DeMorro is a writer for Gas2, a blog that promises to bridge the gap "between gear heads and green heads."
I've been driving hybrids for more than 10 years and have no idea what a "green head" is.
In view of climate change and air pollution that kills many thousands of people every year, you also have to question the assertion of Gas2 that it reports on "green cars that don't suck."
How could any green car "suck," if it reduces the reliance on fossil fuels and helps clean the air?
But today, DeMorro has outdone himself with a post that advises Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk to take five steps to improve his all-electric cars:
Elon Musk should 'stop, just stop'
DeMorro faults Musk for undertaking too many projects, including an attempt "to bring solar grid storage to homes en masse via SolarCity."
SolarCity is one of many companies that install solar panels on homes. I'm not sure what DeMorro means by "solar grid storage."
More troubling is that an ad for a competing solar-panel installer appears just below the Gas2 post, "Five changes that could make Tesla better."