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Urban Aeronautics to provide 4 CitiHawk VTOL aircraft to Hatzolah Air for EMS application

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Israel-based Urban Aeronautics Ltd. reached an agreement to provide four CityHawk VTOL aircraft to Hatzolah Air for emergency medical service (EMS) applications.

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Tesla record, Fisker electric pickup, Mazda rotary, Big Tech partnerships: The Week in Reverse

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Which carmaker, like Tesla, isn’t planning to use lidar sensors in its driver assistance system? Which carmaker made an argument against one-pedal driving? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending January 8, 2021.

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California Governor proposes $1.5B in new budget to achieve ZEV goals

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Governor Gavin Newsom has submitted his 2021-22 State Budget proposal to the state Legislature. Among the many provisions, the Governor’s budget proposes $1.5 billion to achieve the state’s zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) goals by 2035 and 2045, including securitizing up to $1 billion to accelerate the pace and scale of the infrastructure needed to support zero-emission vehicles.

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New Flyer and Li-Cycle complete heavy-duty lithium-ion battery recycling pilot; 3,200 lbs of Li-ion batteries

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New Flyer Industries Canada ULC and New Flyer of America Inc., subsidiaries of NFI Group Inc., one of the world’s leading independent global bus manufacturers, announced the successful completion of a battery recycling pilot with North America’s largest lithium-ion battery recycler, Li- Cycle Corporation. Earlier post.).

Roskill: Yahua-Tesla deal indicative of increasing capability and numbers of Chinese lithium convertors

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On 29 December 2020, Sichuan Yahua Industrial Group announced thatits subsidiary, Yahua Lithium, had signed a five-year supply agreement with Tesla. The total value of the contract is reported to be US$630-880 million, with Yahua Lithium to provide battery-grade lithium hydroxide to Tesla from 2021 to 2025.