Japanese automobile industry establishes joint Research Association of Automotive Internal Combustion Engines (AICE)

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Eight Japanese automakers and one automobile research institute—Suzuki Motor; Daihatsu Motor; Toyota Motor; Nissan Motor; Fuji Heavy Industries; Honda R&D; Mazda Moto; Mitsubishi Motors; and Japan Automobile Research Institute (JARI)—have jointly established the Research Association of Automotive Internal Combustion Engines ( AICE ). million, including a subsidy granted from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for the fiscal year started 1 April 2014.

Top Reasons Why India Needs Electric Vehicles?

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As we discussed in the previous blogs the global automotive industry is going through a huge shift which is, from IC engine-powered vehicles to electric-powered vehicles. Air pollution from automobiles. India is in the fourth position globally when it comes to the automotive industry.

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Toyota researchers show superior performance for tin anode for Mg-ion batteries with conventional electrolytes

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batteries) as stand-alone or tandem energy sources is slowly revolutionizing the face of the automobile industry. However, while batteries are a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels, concerns over their long range performance in automobiles have hampered their widespread use. Hence, high performance battery systems which meet automobile energy use, and especially space requirements, remain paramount in establishing the next generation of EVs and PHVs.

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Volkswagen Joins Model Fuels Consortium II

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The initial phase of the Model Fuels Consortium was launched four years ago by Reaction Design to enable the design of cleaner-burning, more-efficient engines and fuels. Increasing fuel efficiency and reducing emissions have become the driving forces in the automobile industry. Volkswagen has joined the Model Fuels Consortium II (MFC-II) ( earlier post )—the first German automaker to do so.

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Asia Poised For Hybrid Electric Growth

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The Indian market has also experienced similar growth trends with local OEMs and industrial giants introducing inexpensive sedans and other utility vehicles. Booming economies like China and India require a large influx of petroleum products to support their industries and a rapidly mushrooming fleet of cars, trucks and other vehicles.

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