Ferrari to continue building internal combustion engines on its road to EVs

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Cummins begins testing of hydrogen-fueled internal combustion engine

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Cummins has begun testing a hydrogen-fueled internal combustion engine. The proof-of-concept test is building on Cummins’ existing technology leadership in gaseous-fuel applications and powertrains. Cummins is thrilled about the potential of the hydrogen engine to reduce emissions and provide power and performance for customers.


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Mercedes-Benz receives world’s first internationally valid system approval for Level 3 conditionally automated driving

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157 - Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS)), thus paving the way for offering such a system internationally, provided that national legislation allows it.

International collaboration develops progressive vision for urban production at the BMW Group; OMA and 3XN

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Urban Production is an international architecture competition organized by the BMW Group in close cooperation with the City of Munich. The new central building is envisaged as a hub at the heart of the plant, with open-plan work areas that link associates and the production technologies.

SemaConnect to Showcase Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions at Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International Conference and Expo 2022

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Leading EV charging company to present session on how building owners and managers can take advantage from federal funding for electric vehicle charging stations.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles and Argo AI launch international trials of autonomous driving with ID. BUZZ

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We are excited to begin testing our self-driving system on European roads later this year, building on the initial work we’re doing now at a new test track we established next to the Munich airport. The first self-driving prototypes based on the future Volkswagen ID.

Elon Musk will not build personal airport near Austin


Tesla CEO Elon Musk dismissed rumors that he would build a private airport in Austin, Texas, today, after reports circulated last week. Musk was rumored to be building an airport for personal use somewhere east of Austin, near the town of Bastrop.

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Shell to start building Europe’s largest renewable hydrogen plant: Holland Hydrogen I

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subsidiaries of Shell plc, have taken the final investment decision to build Holland Hydrogen I, which will be Europe’s largest renewable hydrogen plant once operational in 2025. Shell Nederland B.V. and Shell Overseas Investments B.V.,

CSIRO to lead $5M international engagement program to boost hydrogen capabilities

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A new $5-million program to be led by CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, is intended to strengthen development of Australia’s hydrogen industry by supporting research, development and demonstration (RD&D) collaborations with international research organisations. The two-year Hydrogen RD&D International Collaboration Program is a key element in CSIRO’s recently-launched Hydrogen Industry Mission.

TECO 2030 leading project to build hydrogen-powered high-speed vessel for the Port of Narvik

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Together with eight project partners, it is now seeking public funding to build one of the world’s first hydrogen-powered high-speed vessels. The Port of Narvik in northern Norway needs a new workboat which should be both fast and emissions-free.

Yara and Linde Engineering to build a 24 MW green hydrogen plant in Norway

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Together with Yara Sluiskil in the Netherlands, Yara Porsgrunn is the biggest of Yara International’s production units.

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SAE International and General Motors launch AutoDrive Challenge II; Level 4 autonomy

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SAE International announced the launch of the SAE AutoDrive Challenge II through a continued partnership with GM. The competition continues the strong partnership between GM and SAE in STEM education and will build on the success of the original AutoDrive Challenge.

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Proterra to build EV battery system factory in South Carolina

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Proterra’s new battery system manufacturing facility will be located at the 42.76-acre Carolina Commerce Center in Greer, South Carolina near Proterra’s electric bus manufacturing facility in Greenville, South Carolina and adjacent to the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport.

Proman to build two additional methanol dual-fuel tankers

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Proman has finalized an agreement to build two additional 49,900 dwt methanol dual-fuel MR tankers, bringing its total investment in methanol-powered vessels to six newbuildings. The new vessels will also be built at Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI), for delivery in Q4 2023.

Verkor to build first gigafactory in Dunkirk

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Spanning more than 150 hectares, the site will meet growing demand from European and international car manufacturers, as the roll-out of high-performance electric vehicles continues to gather pace across the continent. French industrial company Verkor has selected the port city of Dunkirk (Hauts de France) for the construction of its first Gigafactory for the development of low-carbon battery cells designed to support Europe’s net-zero goals.

Hyundai Mobis building third core EV parts plant in Korea

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Hyundai Mobis is building its third core parts plant for electric vehicles in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do, Korea, following plants in Chungju and Ulsan. The PE module takes the role of the engine of existing internal combustion vehicles, and is a core component optimized for electric vehicle models. The new factory in Pyeongtaek is located in Poseung District (BIX) in Pyeongtaek within the Yellow Sea Free Economic Zone, and the site is 16,726 m 2 ; Hyundai Mobis is investing 35.5

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Raven SR & Hyzon Motors to build up to 100 waste-to-hydrogen hubs

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a global supplier of hydrogen fuel cell-powered commercial vehicles, announced a joint venture to build up to 100 hydrogen hubs across the United States and globally. As a non-combustion process, there is no ash, no slag, build up, or hotspots in the equipment.

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TECO 2030 aims to build hydrogen fuel cell gigafactory in Norway

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Our ambition is to build an advanced innovation center combined with a giga factory, meaning that we will produce fuel cells with a capacity of 1200 megawatts, or 1.2

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Several Japanese vehicle makers expand the use of hydrogen internal combustion engines

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The effort builds on Toyota's use of hydrogen engines in racing. Subaru, Mazda, Toyota, Kawasaki, and Yamaha recently announced a joint effort to expand the use of alternative fuel technologies—including hydrogen combustion engines.

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Building Better Qubits

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While growing up in Germany, Heike Riel helped her father design and build furniture in the family workshop. She says the experience taught her that “precision and creativity are necessary to build something excellent.”

SemaConnect to Attend Building Owners and Managers Association’s (BOMA) 2021 International Conference and Expo

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Leading electric vehicle charging solutions provider to demonstrate new products at annual conference for commercial building owners and managers. The post SemaConnect to Attend Building Owners and Managers Association’s (BOMA) 2021 International Conference and Expo appeared first on Smart Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations.

VinFast to build EV and battery factory in North Carolina

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The project in North Carolina affirms VinFast’s commitment in investing and developing business in its international markets in general and the US in particular. Vietnam-based VinFast and the government of North Carolina signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the establishment of VinFast’s first North American manufacturing plant. The company intends to invest up to $2 billion in the project’s phase 1.

From Engineering Intern to Chairman of Tata

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FROM ENGINEERING INTERN TO MANAGER. That money has been used in a variety of ways, including building hospitals and increasing the capacity of existing ones by setting up COVID-19 wards and intensive-care units. Tata Sons.

Audi of America launches Internal Carbon Price program to support goal of lowering CO2 footprint 30% by 2025

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Audi of America is among the first in the automotive industry to implement an internal carbon price program as a key initiative in the brand’s pursuit of lower CO 2 emissions. The Audi Internal Carbon Price program is a self-imposed fee proportional to the amount of CO 2 and other greenhouse gas emissions that result from US operations, such as: Business travel. Building heat & energy.

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ELMS and Thermo King partner to build all-electric refrigerated delivery van prototype

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ELMS) ( earlier post ) and Thermo King, a strategic brand of Trane Technologies plc, plan to build an all-electric refrigerated delivery van. The prototype will also be on display at International Food Distributors Association’s annual events.

Tesla Model S Plaid might make an appearance at China’s International Consumer Product Expo


Tesla announced that it would bring the entire S3XY line to China’s upcoming International Consumer Goods Expo in Hainan province. The post Tesla Model S Plaid might make an appearance at China’s International Consumer Product Expo appeared first on TESLARATI.

Tesla aims to build battery and EV plant in Indonesia


According to Indonesia’s Investment Minister Bahlil Lahadalia, Tesla agreed to build a battery and EV plan in Indonesia following Elon Musk’s meeting with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo last weekend. The post Tesla aims to build battery and EV plant in Indonesia appeared first on TESLARATI.

International Trucks offers over-the-air programming for Cummins engines

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Building on its introduction of over-the-air (OTA) programming for its proprietary engines, International Trucks is now the first truck OEM to offer OTA programming for Cummins engines. Over-the-air programming, available through the nine-pin International LINK device, enables drivers or fleet managers to utilize a mobile interface to initiate engine programming at the customer’s facility over a safe, secure Wi-Fi Connection.

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VTT and Neste to build integrated Power-to-Liquids demo facility; CO2 capture, green hydrogen and e-fuels production

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E-fuels offer a way to expand the carbon-neutral transport fuel pool beyond biomass-based renewable fuels to replace fossil fuels in existing internal combustion engines. VTT and Neste have agreed to build a technology demonstration facility at VTT Bioruukki Pilot Centre, Espoo. Neste is actively building technology solutions and business to realize commercial production of sustainable e-fuels. Power-to-Liquids technologies are on their way to commercialization in scale.

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IEA’s Hydrogen TCP undergoes a major revamp to support global implementation of hydrogen and international collaboration

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) created the Hydrogen Technology Collaboration Program (TCP) in October 1977. Since then, the multilateral mechanism has worked on more than 40 R&D&D and analysis tasks, and is a hub for international cooperation and knowledge exchange to promote and accelerate the development and implementation of hydrogen technologies.

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Study: new international agreements needed to ensure sustainable supply of minerals and metals for low-carbon energy tech

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A study by an international team of researchers warns that the global transition to global low-carbon energy technology could be at risk unless new international agreements and governance mechanisms are put in place to ensure a sustainable supply of rare minerals and metals.

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Geely and Renault partner in South Korea to build hybrid and ICE vehicles

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Renault-Samsung Motors (RSM) will manufacture Hybrid Electric and Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles in Busan for the local market and for export. Renault Group and Geely Holding Group, China’s largest privately-owned automotive group, have signed an agreement to launch a new collaboration dedicated to bringing fuel-efficient Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) and Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) models to the South Korean market as well as for export sales.

Porsche and UP.Labs to build startups tailored for Porsche’s business

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Through UP.Labs, Porsche secures access to international talents and their know-how. Porsche is expanding its venturing network by collaborating with UP.Labs, a new model for fostering innovative startups. The Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer has agreed with the US company on a three-year cooperation aimed at establishing six companies from 2023 to 2025 with new business models in various areas of mobility. The startups’ focus will revolve around Porsche’s core activities.

Keanu Reeves’ motorcycle company ARCH floats idea of building an electric motorcycle


But while those bikes have always featured internal combustion engines, the duo behind ARCH recently floated the possibility of adding electric power to their lineup. The post Keanu Reeves’ motorcycle company ARCH floats idea of building an electric motorcycle appeared first on Electrek.

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NREL researchers point toward building energy efficiency instead of long-term storage

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Incorporating energy efficiency measures can reduce the amount of storage needed to power the nation’s buildings entirely with renewable energy, according to analysis conducted by researchers at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). They also used the Department of Energy’s EnergyPlus and OpenStudio building energy modeling tools to simulate energy demand, considering such factors as building size, age, and occupancy type.

GM restructuring; changing product development, production; 5 NA & 2 international plants shutting next year; staff reduction

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General Motors on Monday outlined a series of major restructuring steps that it said would accelerate its transformation for the future, building on the strategy it laid out in 2015 to strengthen its core business, to capitalize on the future of personal mobility and to drive significant cost efficiencies.

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NREL develops Internal Short Circuit (ISC) device to help improve Li-ion battery design

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Researchers at the US Department of Energy (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have developed and patented an Internal Short Circuit (ISC) device capable of emulating latent defects that can cause escalating temperatures in lithium-ion batteries and lead to thermal runaway. NREL joined forces with NASA in developing new, more precise ways to trigger internal short circuits, to predict reactions, and to establish safeguards in the design of battery cells and packs.

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Group14 Technologies and SK materials form JV to build plant for lithium-silicon battery materials

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Group14 Technologies, a global provider of silicon-carbon composite materials for lithium-ion markets, and SK materials, one of the world’s top manufacturers of special gases and industrial gases, are forming a joint venture to build a factory for lithium-silicon battery materials in South Korea.

From Intel Intern to Inventor of the Year

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For two years, Kavalieros and team had dug deeply into the building of transistors. Chau hired Kavalieros as a summer intern in 1994 when he was pursuing his Ph.D. This is a sponsored article brought to you by Intel. This can't be real," Jack Kavalieros recalls saying to himself.

ICCT: IMO committee agrees to establish first climate framework for international shipping

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The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) reports that the Marine Environment Protection Committee of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has adopted a resolution codifying an initial greenhouse gas (GHG) strategy for international shipping. The strategy implies that international shipping would consume between 3.8% New phases of the Energy Efficiency Design Index ( EEDI ) standards for new-build ships, to be reviewed within MEPC.

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SAE International publishes two standards for vehicle-to-vehicle communications

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SAE International has published two new technical standards for vehicle-to-vehicle communications: to standardize the data message sets used in Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communications and to establish the parameters for a vehicle communication system to receive and transmit the message sets.

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Report: Magna might build Fisker Ocean electric SUV in Austria

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entered a memorandum of understanding with Canada-based Magna International to build its Ocean electric SUV—in Graz, Austria. On Friday, Fisker Inc.

LG Magna ePowertrain breaks ground on new facility to build components for GM EVs


LG Magna ePowertrain, a recently launched joint venture between LG Electronics and Magna International , has broken ground on a new facility in Mexico, the JV’s first production footprint in North America.

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