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Octillion Power Systems enters US bus market to supply batteries for motorcoaches, city buses

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Octillion Power Systems, a global provider of advanced lithium-ion batteries, is providing battery packs for all-electric motorcoaches and city transit buses offered by ABC Companies and Lightning eMotors.

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Linde to build, own and operate 24MW PEM electrolyzer for green hydrogen

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Linde will build , own and operate a 24MW PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolyzer plant at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany. The new 24-megawatt electrolyzer will produce green hydrogen to supply Linde’s industrial customers through the company’s existing pipeline network. In addition, Linde will distribute liquefied green hydrogen to refueling stations and other industrial customers in the region.

Failing touchscreens on Tesla Model S and Model X prompt US recall request

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The federal government has asked Tesla to recall approximately 158,000 vehicles, including the 2012-2018 Tesla Model S and the 2016-2018 Tesla Model X, for failures that would result in the loss of rearview camera views and “other safety-related vehicle functions.”

Total and Engie partner to develop France’s largest site for the production of green hydrogen: Masshylia

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Total and Engie signed a cooperation agreement to design, develop, build and operate the Masshylia project, France’s largest renewable hydrogen production site at Châteauneuf-les-Martigues in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur South region.

Emergency responders need more training on EV fires, NTSB warns

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First responders need more training to deal with the possible fire risk from crashed electric cars, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said in a report released Wednesday.

Methanol fuel cell company Blue World acquiring Danish Power Systems

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Blue World Technologies, developer and manufacturer of methanol fuel cells, is acquiring Danish Power Systems, a 25-year-old High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (HTPEM) membrane electrode assembly (MEA) research and development company.

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MAFI introduces electric terminal tractor T 230e

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MAFI Transport-Systeme GmbH has released the T 230e, an electric version of its popular diesel T 230 terminal tractor. MAFI first announced the T 230e in September 2020. MAFI’s distributor, Eastern Lift Truck Co., said the truck will be available in Spring 2021.


Hyundai Ioniq 5: First images revealed

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Hyundai has previewed its all-new Ioniq 5 which is set to be revealed in full in February

Eaton introduces set of products to reduce vapor emissions during refueling; LEV III regulations

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Power management company Eaton has introduced a complete suite of solutions from its Vehicle Group to reduce vapor emissions produced during the refueling of gasoline-powered vehicles.

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Trump administration again delays higher fuel economy fines

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With just days left before the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, the Trump administration on Tuesday agreed to an auto-industry request to delay steeper fines for failing to meet fuel-economy standards, according to a Reuters report.

DOE awards $123.6M to 46 projects to bolster domestic manufacturing through innovation

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The US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) announced approximately $123.6 million in funding, as well as $44.7 million of cost share, for 46 projects in 23 states to stimulate technology innovation, improve the energy productivity of American manufacturing, and enable the manufacturing of cutting-edge products in the United States.

Tesla touchscreen failures, MPG fines, EV fires and first responders: Today’s Car News

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Perhaps spurred by the final week of an administration, it’s a morning of green-car news from regulators Washington, D.C. The Trump administration has attempted to delay steeper mpg fines. A large-scale recall of Tesla vehicles for touchscreen issues has been requested by the NHTSA.

German government tasks TÜV Rheinland InterTraffic with developing standards for hydrogen applications in rail vehicles

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The German Center for Rail Transport Research at the Federal Railway Office has tasked TÜV Rheinland InterTraffic with developing a standard for hydrogen applications in rail vehicles. TÜV Rheinland is one of the world’s leading testing and certification service providers, and has more than 21,400 employees and an annual turnover of €2.1 billion. Various new challenges are currently arising with the increased use of alternative drives in rail transport.

Motiv Power Systems secures $20M from Crescent Cove Advisors

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Motiv Power Systems, a company delivering medium-duty electric truck and bus chassis and related charging infrastructure, secured $20 million in financing from Crescent Cove Advisors, LP. The initial transaction closed in December of 2020, with additional funding expected at the close of Motiv’s Series C round, which Motiv is in the process of raising. In 2020, Motiv had record customer orders and secured $15 million in funding from GMAG Holdings Corp.