November, 2023

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Honda shows hydrogen fuel-cell module set to power CR-V

Green Car Reports

Honda this week provided a few more details about its next-generation fuel-cell module, at the 2023 European Hydrogen Week in Brussels. Co-developed with General Motors, the new module was first shown at the 2023 Tokyo auto show, and it has already been confirmed for use in North America. Honda has already confirmed a Europe-bound energy storage.

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BYD produces 200,000 low cost Seagull compact city EVs in first 8 months

The Driven EV News

BYD's lowest cost vehicle hits a new production milestone as demand for electric city car surges. The post BYD produces 200,000 low cost Seagull compact city EVs in first 8 months appeared first on The Driven.

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Tesla Cybertruck named “Disruptor of the Year” in Top Gear 2023 awards

Teslarati

The Tesla Cyberttruck has not started its deliveries yet, but the all-electric pickup truck is already gathering some accolades. One of these was granted by British motoring magazine Top Gear, which gave the Tesla Cybertruck its “Disruptor of the Year” award for 2023. In a recently posted video , Top Gear editor-in-chief Jack Rix admitted that they actually did not think that the Cybertruck would make it to production.

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Hyundai to suspend operations at its main factory to bolster electric vehicle production

Electrek

South Korea’s largest automaker, Hyundai Motor , is bolstering EV production despite rumors that the market is slowing. The automaker revealed plans to suspend operations at its main factory in South Korea as it shifts its focus toward EVs. more… The post Hyundai to suspend operations at its main factory to bolster electric vehicle production appeared first on Electrek.

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How serious is Norway about climate change? So much that its streetlights self-dim

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BMW Ends Combustion Engine Production In Germany

CleanTechnica EVs

It may not be the biggest EV news of the month, but it’s got to be one of the strongest. [continued] The post BMW Ends Combustion Engine Production In Germany appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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Editorial: Why Are People Worried About Automotive 'Kill Switch' Mandates?

The Truth About Cars

This year has seen a surge of panicked reports discussing how the U.S. government has mandated vehicle hardware that would allow authorities to wrestle control away from the driver. Usually referenced as a “kill switch,” the device is supposed to be required on every new automobile manufactured after 2025. The claim hangs responsibility on the extremely broad Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that was passed in November of 2021.

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Toyota carbon emissions soar, now more than Australia, as it seeks to slow EV uptake

The Driven EV News

Toyota's reported carbon emissions soar after being forced to account for the use of the fossil fuel cars it makes. The post Toyota carbon emissions soar, now more than Australia, as it seeks to slow EV uptake appeared first on The Driven.

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Sweden union IF Metall lawyer admits his family has a Tesla Model Y

Teslarati

Darko Davidovic is one of the key players in the ongoing union strike against Tesla in Sweden. Davidovic serves as the IF Metall union’s federal lawyer, and he has overtly criticized the electric vehicle maker for its lack of collective agreement. But as per recent reports, Davidovic’s family owns a Tesla Model Y today, and he drove a Model S in the past.

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Tesla launches Cybertruck with up to 470 miles of range, starts at $61,000

Electrek

Tesla launched Cybertruck with up to 470 miles (756 km) of range and starting at $61,000 for the base version. But we are getting more questions than answers despite deliveries starting. more… The post Tesla launches Cybertruck with up to 470 miles of range, starts at $61,000 appeared first on Electrek.

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US Discovers Lithium Bonanza For EV Batteries Right In Its Own Backyard

CleanTechnica EVs

The geothermal resources of the Salton Sea region in California can double as a rich pipeline of lithium for EV batteries. The post US Discovers Lithium Bonanza For EV Batteries Right In Its Own Backyard appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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Faurecia and Accenture partner on products and services for connected and autonomous vehicles

Brief

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Pioneer of Google’s Data Centers Dies at 58

Cars That Think

Luiz André Barroso Data center pioneer Senior member, 59; died 16 September An engineer at Google for more than 20 years, Barroso is credited with designing the company’s warehouse-size data centers. They house hundreds of thousands of computer servers and disk drives and have brought cloud computing, more powerful search engines, and faster Internet service.

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Toyota Hilux: A new insight into hydrogen-fuelled light commercial vehicles

Innovation News Network

Discover the hydrogen fuel cell Toyota Hilux, and how it will help shape future utility for zero tailpipe emissions light commercial vehicles. The post Toyota Hilux: A new insight into hydrogen-fuelled light commercial vehicles appeared first on Innovation News Network.

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Volvo claims Australia’s longest electric truck journey from Brisbane to Canberra

The Driven EV News

Volvo Trucks completes what it says is Australia’s longest electric truck journey, travelling 1,185 kilometres from Brisbane to Canberra in a heavy-duty truck in 19 hours, including charging time. The post Volvo claims Australia’s longest electric truck journey from Brisbane to Canberra appeared first on The Driven.

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First production Tesla Model S donated to the Petersen Auto Museum

Teslarati

The first-ever Tesla Model S to roll off the production line has been donated to an automotive museum in Los Angeles by its owner. Entrepreneur and early Tesla investor Steve Jurvetson has donated his Tesla Model S P85 to the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, as shared on X on Wednesday. Jurvetson has donated the Model S to the museum along with his prior Tesla donations, and he also shared some photos of the vehicle.

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ExxonMobil announces 6th oil discovery offshore Guyana with Ranger-1; Guyana may move from non-producer to regional powerhouse

Oil

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China’s Goldwind installed a 16 MW offshore wind turbine in just 24 hours

Electrek

Chinese wind turbine maker Goldwind has installed its massive 16 megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine in a “record-breaking” 24 hours. more… The post China’s Goldwind installed a 16 MW offshore wind turbine in just 24 hours appeared first on Electrek.

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EnergyX Aims New Solid-State EV Battery At The 500,000-Mile Car Of The Future

CleanTechnica EVs

The US startup EnergyX is developing a sustainable lithium supply chain in support of a new 500,000-mile solid-state EV battery. The post EnergyX Aims New Solid-State EV Battery At The 500,000-Mile Car Of The Future appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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Video Friday: Punch-Out

Cars That Think

Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your friends at IEEE Spectrum robotics. We also post a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few months. Please send us your events for inclusion. Humanoids 2023 : 12–14 December 2023, AUSTIN, TEX. Cybathlon Challenges : 02 February 2024, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND Eurobot Open 2024 : 8–11 May 2024, LA ROCHE-SUR-YON, FRANCE Enjoy today’s videos!

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Q-STAR: Advocating quantum technology in the business world

Innovation News Network

Q-STAR propels quantum technology, emphasising practical applications and prioritising collaboration and societal problem-solving. The post Q-STAR: Advocating quantum technology in the business world appeared first on Innovation News Network.

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Electric cars have half lifetime emissions of ICE: See how your car compares

The Driven EV News

New tool shows that EVs have half the lifetime emissions of petrol and diesel cars, and more than one third less than hybrids. The post Electric cars have half lifetime emissions of ICE: See how your car compares appeared first on The Driven.

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Tesla Sweden gets orders from Elon Musk

Teslarati

The conflict between Tesla Sweden and IF Metall appears to have hit a roadblock as discussions have been taken off the table. IF Metall’s strike continues until Tesla Sweden signs a collective agreement. On the other hand, Tesla Sweden refuses to sign such an agreement. According to mediator Kurt Eriksson, who contacted Tesla’s legal representative, Elon Musk has issued orders for the Swedish branch not to sign a collective agreement with IF Metall.

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In a first, EV new car registrations surpass diesel in Europe

Electrek

Here’s a breath of fresh air, literally. In a new milestone, the number of new electric car registrations has exceeded those of diesel-powered vehicles in Europe for the first time, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers Association. more… The post In a first, EV new car registrations surpass diesel in Europe appeared first on Electrek.

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End Of The Oil Age Preview: Norway’s Fleet Transition To EV

CleanTechnica EVs

It’s time for another update about progress of the Norway’s fleet transition to EV powertrains. As of the end of. [continued] The post End Of The Oil Age Preview: Norway’s Fleet Transition To EV appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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Generating Power on Earth From the Coldness of Deep Space

Cars That Think

It’s a summer night. On the rooftop of a quiet building, a set of panels cools the rooms within and keeps the lights on, removing heat and generating electricity using the coldness of the sky. That cold isn’t in the air around the building—the night is warm. Rather, the panels reach far beyond Earth’s atmosphere to tap the distant cold of deep space.

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Creating eco-friendly smart cities with green IoT technology

Innovation News Network

Smart cities are adopting green IoT technologies for environmentally friendly solutions to reduce energy consumption and harmful emissions. The post Creating eco-friendly smart cities with green IoT technology appeared first on Innovation News Network.

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Model 3 and Atto 3 take top spots as EV sales boosted by new models

The Driven EV News

EV uptake has surpassed another milestone with new low cost models reaching the market, and with the Model 3 and Atto 3 taking top spots. The post Model 3 and Atto 3 take top spots as EV sales boosted by new models appeared first on The Driven.

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Volkwagen recalls 100% of ID.4 EVs in the U.S. due to flammable interior materials

Teslarati

Volkswagen has recalled 100 percent of the ID.4 electric vehicles in the United States due to the flammability of interior materials, according to NHTSA documents. Volkswagen will recall 23,883 ID.4 vehicles, also noted as “100% of estimated percentage with defect,” the documents state that the material of the roller sunshades may not consistently meet the FMVSS 302 performance requirements. “The burn rate of the material may sometimes be beyond the maximum allowable limit.

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CEO of Mazda, which makes one bad EV, says EVs don’t sell (except Teslas)

Electrek

The CEO of Mazda, a company that makes one very mediocre electric car , is still trying to make electrification sound like some strange one-off consumer fad. In an interview with Fortune , Masahiro Moro basically says that if an EV isn’t a Tesla, it’s sitting unsold on a dealer lot somewhere in America. more… The post CEO of Mazda, which makes one bad EV, says EVs don’t sell (except Teslas) appeared first on Electrek.

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25% BEV Share In China! — China EV Sales Report

CleanTechnica EVs

Plugin vehicles are all the rage in the Chinese auto market. Plugins scored more than 776,000 sales last month, up 22% year over year (YoY), which is this market’s second record month in a row. And expect the last quarter of the month to continue this record streak.

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Mazda CEO Says EVs 'Not Taking Off' In The U.S.—Except Teslas

InsideEVs

Masahiro Moro told Fortune that EV "inventory is piling up" but failed to mention Mazda's poor effort at offering a competitive EV.

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GREEN.DAT.AI: Enabling energy-efficient AI services

Innovation News Network

GREEN.DAT.AI is accelerating the green energy transition through the development of energy-efficient AI services and data spaces. The post GREEN.DAT.AI: Enabling energy-efficient AI services appeared first on Innovation News Network.

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Australian hospital group and golf club ban EV charging because of fire risks

The Driven EV News

Updated: Major hospital group bans EV charging in its car parks due to fire risks, and a golf club to dismantle its EV chargers down after a club house fire blamed on golf buggy batteries. The post Australian hospital group and golf club ban EV charging because of fire risks appeared first on The Driven.

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Tesla may have already clinched this year’s top-selling vehicle in Europe

Teslarati

The Tesla Model Y appears to be on track to become Europe’s best-selling vehicle in 2023, with the electric SUV finishing on top for the first 10 months of the year. Tesla’s January through October sales of the Model Y have a strong lead over the close competitor, the Dacia Sandero, according to data from Dataforce (via Automotive News Europe ).

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The world’s largest single-site solar farm just came online

Electrek

The United Arab Emirates has launched the Al Dhafra solar farm – now the world’s largest single-site solar farm – ahead of COP28. more… The post The world’s largest single-site solar farm just came online appeared first on Electrek.

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New Solar Power & Energy Storage System Uses Former Electric Vehicle Batteries

CleanTechnica EVs

One of the common myths about electric vehicle batteries is that they are hard to recycle when they are no. [continued] The post New Solar Power & Energy Storage System Uses Former Electric Vehicle Batteries appeared first on CleanTechnica.