Tesla began deliveries of its stylish all-electric Model S to the great pleasure of the first ten customers, and likely the relief of Elon Musk, as well as pride of company employees, but now the real challenge begins: making them a sales success. Also in this issue are hybrid locomotives and a supply ship, as well as the Bolt electric concept motorcycle.
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IT'S PERSONAL: And Beautiful

Last week I got an email from Rob Wilder, the CEO & Founder of Wildershares, LLC; as well as the Manager of the WilderHill Clean Energy Index. He’s one of our premium subscribers and the author of Solar Sense, which we offer on EV World. He’s a busy guy, so I shouldn’t be surprised that he finally got around to downloading EV World Insider Illustrated. Here’s what he (tersely) wrote.

“Hi Bill, I just took a look at your weekly EV World magazine: It is BEAUTIFUL! Great work!!”

It’s nice to have my efforts appreciated, but I am surprised that it took him so long to download the PDF, and it makes me wonder how many other subscribers haven’t taken the opportunity to see how amazingly different it is from the weekly email. This is what I have wanted EV World to look like since I first conceived the idea for it back in 1997. Now digital media makes it possible, and I have plans to do even more with it, especially since this is where publishing is headed. I’ll be explaining more in the future, but in the meantime, chew on this. There are now some 67 million Apple iPads in readers’ hands, and that doesn’t include the growing list of other similar tablet devices. This is the future of EV World and I relish building it.


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