Norway Produces 97% Energy from Hydropower, New Zealand is Running on 80% Renewable Energy, and Scotland Can Run on 100% Wind Energy

Renewable energy is hitting a peak interest in developing countries. International communities around the globe are utilizing wind, solar and hydropower energy production.

Tesla Motors and General Motors are also looking to turn the page in 2017 with electric vehicles. The two companies are competing for marketshare within the automotive industry.

Recently, Tesla Motors noted:

‘Model 3 is smaller, simpler, and will come with far fewer options than Model S, but it makes driving feel effortless and offers a good range of at least 215 miles for our starting model.’

Furthermore, the Chevy Bolt is estimating their 2017 model will have a range close to 238 miles.

The clean energy production of powering these vehicles will also play a major role moving through this year. Tesla’s clean energy products have heavily influenced the automotive industry to moving into a more green and environmental friendly path to sustainability.

CNBC reported recently that Tesla Motors have overtaken General Motors for the most valuable automotive company in the automotive industry. That being said, each company still has its strengths and weaknesses.

Watch over the recent developments of Tesla Motors in New Zealand on YouTube.

Tesla launches in New Zealand

Tesla Meets New Zealand