Tue.Dec 18, 2018

Researchers find product-specific active sites on copper catalysts for CO2 reduction

Green Car Congress

Researchers at the US Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP) have shown that recycling carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals and fuels can be economical and efficient using a single copper catalyst.

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Please let me know which companies are willing to provide insurance for an EV converted car, in the greater Toronto area. Thank you, Doru Hi, Doru

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NIO launches ES6 electric SUV starting at $52K and 317-mile range

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NIO Inc. officially launched the NIO ES6 on December 15, 2018 during the annual NIO Day celebration in Shanghai. The electric SUV starts at a pre-subsidy price of 358,000 RMB (US$52,000), and is available now for public pre-order via the NIO app, with delivery to start in June 2019.

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Electric cars "not going to work," Trump says of GM's plan

Green Car Reports

In an interview with Fox News last week, President Trump revealed his inner thoughts about electric cars—not that many had any doubts. All-electric is not going to work," he said, referring to General Motors' stated goal to transition to "a world with zero crashes, zero emissions, and zero congestion." The company announced last year that. Donald Trump

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Xtalic enters EV market with materials that improve battery charger connector wear by up to 40 times

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Xtalic Corporation , a leader in providing nano-scale metal alloys and coatings, has entered the electric vehicle market with products that extend the life of connectors in electric battery chargers by up to 40 times.

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EVgo launches first public 350-kw fast charger

Green Car Reports

The desert is full of apparitions. The latest is a high-powered DC fast charger for electric cars that don't yet exist. This apparition is an EVgo charging station in Baker, California, the "Gateway to Death Valley" on Interstate 40, halfway between L.A. and Las Vegas, installed last week. DON'T MISS: Porsche already has a prototype that will. Charging Networks

ContractHireAndLeasing.com’s Monster Motoring Quiz of the Year 2018

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It’s not exactly been what you’d call a quiet year on the old news front

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Saab is back (sort of) and focussed on family car sharing

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You certainly can’t accuse new car company NEVS of lacking ambition

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Independent group aims to be for emissions what NCAP or IIHS is for crash safety

Green Car Reports

A newly formed organization called Allow Independent Road-testing (AIR) wants to make impartial emissions ratings available to vehicle shoppers. Using a simple rating from A (best) to H (worst), they would tell you, at a quick glance, how much you’re endangering the health of your family with tailpipe pollutants. Although the idea may seem. Diesels emissions health Exhaust air pollution Volkswagen diesel scandal

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£23m van scrappage scheme announced ahead of Ultra Low Emission Zone introduction

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Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, has announced a £23m scrappage scheme for the city’s most polluting vans ahead of the introduction of the permanent Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) on 8 April 2019

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Trump on electric cars, tailpipe tests, tech to clean up engines: Today's Car News

Green Car Reports

EVgo launches its first ultra-fast charger in the desert. Microwave ignition claims to clean up internal combustion. And a group proposes publishing its own independent emissions tests. All this and more on Green Car Reports. All-electric is not going to work," President Trump said in an interview with Fox News, in lashing out against GM for. emissions Fast Charging Charging Networks Donald Trump

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Will climate talks bring real progress? Take our Twitter poll

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Last weekend, climate talks in Poland wrapped up by scraping a length of thorns off the Paris-agreement rose stem. Global leaders de-thorned issues as sharp as how nations will measure progress toward reducing greenhouse-gas emissions, whether planting more forests should count, for example, how countries will report on progress, and how those. climate change Polls