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Elli and MITNETZ STROM publish concept for smart grid integration of EVs

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Elli, a brand of the Volkswagen Group, and MITNETZ STROM have launched a nationwide pilot project for smart grid integration of electric vehicles.

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EQXX sets record, Polestar 5 confirmed, wireless EV charging makes sense: The Week in Reverse

Green Car Reports

Why does wireless charging matter for electric cars? What key ingredient is missing from making the redesigned 2023 Honda HR-V a great crossover? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending June 24, 2022.

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NHTSA approves Einride autonomous electric Pod for operation on public roads

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Einride, a freight technology company providing digital, electric and autonomous shipping, has received approval from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to operate its Autonomous Electric Transport (AET) vehicles on US public roads.

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Aptera looks to potentially adopt Tesla’s Charging Connector for its vehicles


Via a recent Q&A with Aptera co-CEOs, the company revealed that it would be attempting to use the Tesla J1772 charging connector on their production vehicles.

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Tsuneishi Shipbuilding and Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding developing ammonia-fueled ocean-going liquefied gas carrier

Green Car Congress

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), Tsuneishi Shipbuilding, and Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding launched a joint project aimed at developing and building an ocean-going liquefied gas carrier that will use ammonia as its main fuel. Ammonia-fueled Ocean-going Vessel.

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Tesla’s self-inscription atop Gigafactory Texas with solar panels continues


Tesla’s self-inscription of its name atop Gigafactory Texas with solar panels continues on.

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J.D. Power: new-vehicle transaction prices hit all-time high despite rising interest rates; sales volume constrained as inventory stays flat

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New-vehicle retail sales for June 2022 are expected to decline when compared with June 2021, according to a joint forecast from J.D. Power and LMC Automotive. Retail sales of new vehicles this month are expected to reach 965,300 units, a 18.2% decrease compared with June 2021 when adjusted for selling days. June 2022 has 1 additional selling day compared to June 2021. Comparing the same sales volume without adjusting for the number of selling days translates to a decrease of 15.0% from 2021.

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Awesomely Weird Alibaba Electric Vehicle of the Week: $4,500 Flatbed Electric Truck


When it comes to fun and wacky electric vehicles, the undisputed titans of the industry are those wild EV engineers that must surely be keeping Alibaba in business.

Classic car rally to allow EVs to participate for the first time


The “Bay to Birdwood Run” has announced that starting this year, electric conversion vehicles will be allowed to participate in the rally.

Avatr strengthens ties with Huawei, first model Avatr 11 to launch on August 8

CN EV Post

Avatr and Huawei have signed a comprehensive strategic partnership agreement to build four electric vehicles based on the CHN platform by 2025. The post Avatr strengthens ties with Huawei, first model Avatr 11 to launch on August 8 appeared first on CnEVPost. For more articles, please visit CnEVPost.

AI-Guided Robots Are Ready to Sort Your Recyclables

Cars That Think

It’s Tuesday night. In front of your house sits a large blue bin, full of newspaper, cardboard, bottles, cans, foil take-out trays, and empty yogurt containers. You may feel virtuous, thinking you’re doing your part to reduce waste.

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Quick Charge Podcast: June 25, 2022


Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. more…. The post Quick Charge Podcast: June 25, 2022 appeared first on Electrek.

China: Plug-In Car Sales Climbed To Over 400,000 In May 2022


The volume more than doubled year-over-year, while market share expanded to 31

AI Can Help Make Recycling Better

Cars That Think

Garbage is a global problem that each of us contributes to. Since the 1970s, we've all been told we can help fix that problem by assiduously recycling bottles and cans, boxes and newspapers. So far, though, we haven’t been up to the task. Only 16 percent of the 2.1

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Norway: Tesla Model Y Entered A Higher Sales Gear In June


Volume deliveries enables the Model Y to strengthen as the top selling model in the country

Ford Ends Leasing Buyout Provision For Electric Vehicles


Ford is ending the buyout provision in its leasing program for electric vehicles to better manage the life cycle of the batteries. Cars Clean Transport Electric Cars Electric Vehicles auto leasing Ford

Rivian R1T Range When Towing: The Truth


How far can you go when you're pulling 7,000 lbs

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Tesla’s Stock Upgraded On “Strong Competitive Advantage”


Despite the current economic turndown, and a “tough quarter” for Tesla according to Elon Musk, one analyst upgraded the company’s stock recently, citing “favorable” positioning.

Cadillac Celestiq Luxury EV May Cost Up To $300,000


If this is so, then it means it will be priced to compete with the most exclusive sedans in the world

EV Market Share Growth in 16 Lagging European Countries


I recently explored the market share growth of electric vehicles in 15 European countries where electric vehicles have become most popular. From 15.9% market share for plugin vehicles in Ireland to 86.1%

Sustainable Schools, Sustainable Community, & Sustainable Business in Gympie


By David Waterworth, from material supplied by Murray Keys Gympie is a tidy town 2 hours north of Brisbane. It is situated in the beautiful Mary Valley, and unfortunately seems to feature on the news every time we have a high rainfall. Envirotech is the town’s celebration of sustainable community.

8 Ways US States & Cities Can Create & EV Charging Network


Electric vehicles (EVs) are on the rise in the United States. The Biden administration aims for 50% of new light-duty vehicle sales to be zero-emission by 2030. Some states have even more ambitious targets, like California, Massachusetts, and New York, which plan to reach 100% new EV sales by 2035.