Fri.Dec 02, 2022

article thumbnail

NuScale, Shell and partners to assess hydrogen production using SMR

Green Car Congress

NuScale Power, along with Shell Global Solutions (Shell) and industry participants will develop and assess a concept for an economically optimized Integrated Energy System (IES) for hydrogen production using electricity and process heat from a NuScale VOYGR small modular reactor (SMR) power plant.

Hydrogen 381
article thumbnail

Canoo delivers electric Light Tactical Vehicle to US Army

Green Car Reports

Canoo on Thursday announced deliver of a prototype truck to the U.S. Army, which shows what a production off-roader from the EV startup could look like. Called the Light Tactical Vehicle (LTV), the electric truck fulfills a contract awarded to Canoo in July 2022, according to a company press release.

Light 144
Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Trending Sources

article thumbnail

Germany approves Mercedes-Benz and Bosch driverless parking system for commercial use

Green Car Congress

Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) has approved the Mercedes-Benz and Bosch highly automated parking system for use in the P6 parking garage run by APCOA at Stuttgart Airport.

Germany 260
article thumbnail

Tesla confirms megawatt charging tech for Cybertruck, Semi

Green Car Reports

Tesla confirmed that it plans to use a new immersive cooling method for its Supercharger V4 charging cable, capable of handling up to 1 megawatt. “It’s going to be used for Cybertruck, too,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Thursday night.

Charging 138
article thumbnail

DS Automobiles and PENSKE AUTOSPORT unveil the DS E-TENSE FE23 Gen3

Green Car Congress

DS PENSKE presented its DS E-TENSE FE23 car ahead of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship season nine official test, which will take place at Valencia (Spain) between 13-16 December.

article thumbnail

Cybertruck charging, Canoo Army truck, EPA supports EVs with biofuels: Today’s Car News

Green Car Reports

The EPA will offer credit for electricity generated with biofuels, but it’s still on the ethanol bandwagon. Megawatt changing hardware is coming to the Cybertruck. And Canoo delivers an electric truck for the Army. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.

EPA 127
article thumbnail

Honeywell and Nexceris to co-develop sensor-based solutions to prevent thermal runaway in EV batteries

Green Car Congress

Honeywell is expanding its strategic alliance with Nexceris, developer of Li-ion Tamer lithium-ion gas detection solutions, to help make electric vehicles (EVs) safer. Honeywell and Nexceris will co-develop sensor-based solutions to help prevent conditions leading to thermal runaway in EV batteries.

More Trending

article thumbnail

BMW Group invests in Jetti Resources; catalytic leaching process for copper extraction from unexploited ores

Green Car Congress

Through its venture capital fund BMW i Ventures, the BMW Group has taken a stake in Colorado-based Jetti Resources. Founded in 2014, Jetti Resources has developed a pioneering process for copper extraction that utilizes previously unused ore from existing copper mines.

BMW 238
article thumbnail

Watch Tesla Semi do something Bill Gates said wasn’t possible

Electrek

Tesla has released a timelapse video of its Tesla Semi electric truck completing a 500-mile trip with a full load on a single charge – something Bill Gates and Daimler said wasn’t possible just a few years ago. more….

Charging 114
article thumbnail

KULR licenses NASA’s Fractional Thermal Runaway Calorimeter for battery safety and thermal management

Green Car Congress

KULR Technology Group has achieved operational readiness for its Fractional Thermal Runaway Calorimeter (FTRC) within its suite of battery safety and thermal management solutions after finalizing a commercial licensing agreement with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for the agency’s patent-pending FTRC solution.

article thumbnail

BYD sells 230,427 NEVs in Nov, up 5.8% from Oct

CN EV Post

BYD sold 113,915 BEVs and 116,027 PHEVs in November. The post BYD sells 230,427 NEVs in Nov, up 5.8% from Oct appeared first on CnEVPost. For more articles, please visit CnEVPost. BYD Deliveries

BYD 110
article thumbnail

Blue Ribbon Commission on Lithium Extraction in California submits final report to state legislature; findings and recommendations

Green Car Congress

The Blue Ribbon Commission on Lithium Extraction in California (Lithium Valley Commission) submitted its report of findings and recommendations to the state Legislature.

article thumbnail

The US just made a big decision about Chinese solar – here’s what it means

Electrek

The US Department of Commerce (DOC) has determined that four out of eight Chinese solar companies that it’s been investigating are “attempting to bypass US duties by doing minor processing in one of the Southeast Asian countries before shipping to the United States.”

Chinese 109
article thumbnail

EPA proposes Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) volumes for 2023-2025; seeking input on future modifications

Green Car Congress

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a multipart proposal for required volumes of biofuel under the Renewable FUel Standard (RFS) for the next one to three years and on a series of modifications to the program. The agency is seeking public input on the proposal to help shape the RFS program in the years ahead. This proposal includes steady growth of biofuels for use in the nation’s fuel supply for 2023, 2024, and 2025.

Standards 190
article thumbnail

Are Africa’s battery metals the key to the global energy transition?

Innovation News Network

A new possibility for Africa to fill the gaps of the global battery metals supply chain is rising, due to continued tensions in Ukraine. The post Are Africa’s battery metals the key to the global energy transition? appeared first on Innovation News Network.

Africa 100
article thumbnail

Ford’s November sales paints revealing picture of US auto industry as EV adoption climbs

Electrek

Ford released its US auto sales for November today, and although electric vehicle sales were up over 100% YOY for the fifth straight month, gas-powered car sales continued to slide. The sales report highlights the direction in which the US auto industry is headed – forward. more….

article thumbnail

Tesla Semi developers reflect on first deliveries: ‘Out the door. For the world.’

Teslarati

Following the first deliveries of the Tesla Semi to Frito Lay last night, the program’s developers are reflecting on the past five years as the vehicle has finally reached the end stage of its initial production run. First unveiled in 2017, the Tesla Semi was delayed on several occasions.

Nevada 98
article thumbnail

Navier shows off flying electric boat and claims ‘world’s longest range’

Electrek

Electric boat manufacturer Navier is showing off the first flight of its Navier N27 hydrofoil electric boat. The company plans to follow this maiden voyage announcement with the unveiling of its larger N30 hydrofoil electric boat. more….

article thumbnail

BYD's new plant in Jinan, Shandong province starts production

CN EV Post

The first phase of BYD's production base in Jinan went into operation with an annual capacity of 150,000 vehicles. The post BYD's new plant in Jinan, Shandong province starts production appeared first on CnEVPost. For more articles, please visit CnEVPost.

BYD 88
article thumbnail

Hyundai showcases ‘sustainable high performance’ EV tech in IONIQ5 N teaser video

Electrek

Hyundai checked all the boxes with its award-winning IONIQ5 , its first dedicated electric vehicle. The bold, futuristic-looking EV has earned high praise thus far with long-range capabilities, advanced features, and a smooth ride.

Hyundai 94
article thumbnail

Galvanic Energy receives prestigious Vanguard Award

Innovation News Network

The Vanguard Award was given in light of Galvanic’s commitments to environmental stewardship, including EV and energy storage. The post Galvanic Energy receives prestigious Vanguard Award appeared first on Innovation News Network.

Energy 88
article thumbnail

The largest landfill solar project in North America is now complete

Electrek

The largest landfill solar project in North America, a 25.6 megawatt (MW) solar farm in Mount Olive, New Jersey, is online – which means yet another dumpsite has been turned into a revenue-generating, clean energy asset. more….

article thumbnail

5 most popular electric cars coming out next year (2023) | EVBox

EV Box

In response to soaring consumer demand for electric vehicles (EVs) , manufacturers around the world are electrifying their fleets. No longer a niche reserved for small hatchbacks, vehicles of all sizes and categories are being offered as EVs. Infrastructure

Fleet 87
article thumbnail

Here are the cars eligible for the $7,500 EV tax credit in the Inflation Reduction Act

Electrek

The Inflation Reduction Act , the major climate bill, was signed today , changing the availability of electric vehicle tax credits. Now, only EVs assembled in North America qualify for the credits.

article thumbnail

Seriously, hydrogen is not for heating homes & businesses

Green Energy Consumers

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog explaining why renewable natural gas (RNG) and hydrogen should not be mixed in with natural gas (methane) and sent through pipes to heat buildings.

Gas 85
article thumbnail

Ford achieves CEO Jim Farley’s goal of being No. 2 in EVs

Teslarati

On Friday, Ford CEO Jim Farley said that the automaker achieved its goal of becoming the second best-selling automaker of EVs in the U.S. Citing third-party industry data, Ford said that it beat out Hyundai/Kia to meet that goal. Ford is now the second best-selling EV automaker behind Tesla.

Ford 85
article thumbnail

US commits to global lithium battery revolution

Innovation News Network

Lithium Power International highlights the global impact of the US’s recent investment into the lithium battery revolution. The US Government’s commitment to the lithium battery revolution had its doubters until late in October.

Global 85
article thumbnail

Evergrande NEV reportedly halts mass production of its only model due to lack of orders

CN EV Post

Evergrande NEV has suspended mass production of its sole model, the Hengchi 5, due to a lack of sufficient new orders, according to Reuters. The post Evergrande NEV reportedly halts mass production of its only model due to lack of orders appeared first on CnEVPost.

article thumbnail

Los Angeles bans new oil wells, will shut old ones down by 2042

Electrek

The Los Angeles City Council has voted 12-0 to ban new oil wells within the city, and to phase out all current oil wells within 20 years or less. more…. The post Los Angeles bans new oil wells, will shut old ones down by 2042 appeared first on Electrek.

article thumbnail

Tesla Shanghai super charging pile production project completed

Setec Powerr

On September 7th, Tesla’s charging pile production project in China was completed. The project was officially completed on August 20th.

article thumbnail

VW teases an upgraded ID.3 launching in 2023: Here’s what you can expect

Electrek

Volkswagen teased its “second-generation” ID.3 model ahead of its spring 2023 debut, revealing new details along with interior and exterior sketches. The compact electric vehicle will be the latest from VW’s ID family. Here’s what we know so far about the new ID.3. more….

article thumbnail

Tesla Semi Deliveries Start With No Outline On Pricing, Specs Or Production Plan

InsideEVs

The fully-electric semi truck from Tesla finally reaches customer hands after being unveiled way back in 2017

2017 113
article thumbnail

Volkswagen plans North American battery plant, paving way for more EV tax credits

Electrek

Volkswagen Group CEO Oliver Blume recently shared that the company is actively searching for a home for its first battery cell factory in North America. Furthermore, Blume has named Canada specifically as “one logical option.”

article thumbnail

New optical sensor can detect dangerous hydrogen leaks

Innovation News Network

When mixed with air, hydrogen becomes explosive, making it essential to sense hydrogen leaks as quickly as possible. The post New optical sensor can detect dangerous hydrogen leaks appeared first on Innovation News Network. Technology Hydrogen

article thumbnail

I bought my mom a Chevy Bolt EV – Here’s how it went

Electrek

When Chevy announced it was dropping the price of the Chevy Bolt EV by $6,000 earlier this year to $25,600, it went from a good EV option to a great one. This is a 5-star-safety-rated sporty hatchback EV with 259 miles of real range, lots of space inside, and a great interior.

Buy 83
article thumbnail

CERN and Airbus collaborate to develop zero-emission hydrogen planes

Innovation News Network

CERN and Airbus UpNext have partnered to explore employing superconducting technologies to develop zero-emission hydrogen planes. The post CERN and Airbus collaborate to develop zero-emission hydrogen planes appeared first on Innovation News Network. Energy Hydrogen Transport

article thumbnail

Elon Musk confirms Tesla Semi has battery pack around 900 kWh, but more answers are needed

Electrek

Elon Musk has confirmed Tesla Semi’s efficiency at 1.7 kWh per mile, which means it has a roughly 900 kWh battery pack. It’s an important piece of information, but there are still more questions to answer before Tesla Semi can officially be a truly disruptive product. more….

Miles 83