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Moscow launches its 500th electric bus; largest electric bus fleet in Europe

Green Car Congress

Moscow, Russia has launched its 500 th electric bus—a KAMAZ 6282 electric bus. The KAMAZ 6282 uses lithium-titanate batteries, and has a range of 70 km on one charge. The electric bus is charged in 6-12 minutes with ultrafast charging stations using a half-pantograph.

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Wind-powered transatlantic car carrier could cut carbon emissions by 90%

Green Car Reports

Sailing ships were once the backbone of international commerce, and now a Swedish shipbuilder is trying to give sails a high-tech update in order to reduce emissions.

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Meet EVBox Iqon, the flexible EV charging station made for people

EV Box

At EVBox, we envision a world where electric vehicles rule the road and where charging your car is as easy as finding a parking spot, whether you’re at work, picking up groceries, or on a road trip.

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MINI Urbanaut hints at radical future for the brand

Discover EV

Even since its late 90s revamp, MINI has stuck to a recognisable style with its roots clearly in the original 1950s design.

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Havyard establishes company for hydrogen power for ships

Green Car Congress

For several years now, the Norway-based marine and maritime technology company Havyard Group has carried out research and development work on hydrogen propulsion for large vessels, for example through the Pilot E project, in order to develop a large-scale maritime hydrogen project.

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GM’s $27B plan: 450-mile range, affordable models among 30 EVs by 2025

Green Car Reports

With ranges up to 450 miles and the potential for vehicles costing less than $35,000 in the electric vehicle mix by the middle of the decade, GM’s numbers surrounding its widely broadcast all-electric future have suddenly become better in several respects.

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Electric motorcycles are gaining momentum

Plug in America

This year, electric motorcycle momentum has been hot! Electric motorcycle companies have been reporting an increase in sales. For example, Italian electric motorcycle manufacturer Energica shared that in the first two months of 2020, they sold more electric motorcycles than in the year prior. .

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Nuvera expands product line with new E-60 fuel cell system

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Nuvera Fuel Cells, LLC, a provider of fuel cell power solutions for motive applications, announced the commercial availability of the Nuvera E-60 Fuel Cell Engine, the latest addition to the E-series family for vehicle electrification.

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California $1,500 point-of-sale rebate on EVs starts this week

Green Car Reports

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) and state utilities have partnered to offer car buyers a $1,500 point-of-sale rebate for electric cars or plug-in hybrids.

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Top 5 factors to consider when adding EV charging

EV Box

EVBox is building a more sustainable future where charging your electric vehicle is as easy as finding a parking spot, and employees like our North American Business Development Manager, Travis Walker, are driving us there. Infrastructure

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Lotus launches small-scale battery testing facilities

Discover EV

Throughout its life, other car companies have flocked to Lotus Engineering to improve their own products. As the Hethel-based company reinvents itself as an EV and battery tech specialist, Project BattCon is its latest bid to bring its expertise to the booming EV sector

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So Cal Edison receives eCascadia electric Class 8 truck; first utility in the US

Green Car Congress

Southern California Edison (SCE) is the US’ first utility to receive and to test the eCascadia, the Freightliner Class 8 electric truck ( earlier post ).

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Bigger batteries vs. weight reduction: Neither way of boosting EV range is cheap, report shows

Green Car Reports

Range anxiety remains one of the biggest obstacles to widespread electric-car adoption, but two of the main ways to increase range are proving expensive, according to a new report from Lux Research.

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Why flexibility should top your EV charging checklist

EV Box

At EVBox we’re on a mission to build a world where everyday driving is fully electric and emission-free. We know that to succeed, we have to make sure everyone can use our EV chargers and adapt them to their unique, evolving needs.

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Case studies: Say goodbye to buying with the car leasing experts

Green Cars News

As the car leasing experts, we’ve helped more than a million different people into a brand new car since we started back in 2000

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MINI unveils electric, autonomous Urbanaut concept

Green Car Congress

The MINI brand presented the MINI Vision Urbanaut—a digital concept vehicle intended to provide an example of MINI’s possible future directions. MINI sees its future self primarily as an enabler of and companion for unforgettable times—what we might call ‘MINI moments’.

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Racier-looking 2021 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car is ready for more infrastructure

Green Car Reports

Toyota on Monday released long-awaited U.S. feature details for its second-generation Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car, slated for first U.S. deliveries in December.

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UK bans new petrol and diesel sales by 2030

Discover EV

The Prime Minister has announced that the sales of new petrol and diesel cars will be banned from 2030

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2021 Nissan Qashqai: Everything we know so far

Green Cars News

The all-new Nissan Qashqai is officially on its way, and is set for a full reveal in spring 2021

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Velodyne Lidar introduces solid state sensor for ADAS and autonomy

Green Car Congress

Velodyne Lidar introduced the solid-state Velarray H800. The Velarray H800 is architected for automotive-grade performance and is built using Velodyne’s proprietary micro-lidar array architecture (MLA).

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Cadillac Lyriq electric SUV pulled forward for early 2022 US arrival

Green Car Reports

General Motors plans to phase internal combustion engines out of its Cadillac lineup by the end of the decade. Although the luxury brand doesn’t have a single plug-in model at the moment, that’s set to change with the introduction of the battery-electric Lyriq in 2022.

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VW to build electric cars at commercial vehicle factory

Discover EV

Volkswagen is investing 680 million euros in its Hanover plant to enable it to build three new large electric SUVs across Group brands. Until now solely a VW Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) plant, the facility will still produce T-series vans and the forthcoming ID.BUZZ, but its repurposing will go a long way towards bolstering VW's EV output

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Top reasons to lease a Nissan Navara

Green Cars News

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2021 Toyota Mirai arrives in US dealerships in December

Green Car Congress

The second-generation Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicle (FCEV), which made its debut in 2019 at the Los Angeles Auto Show, will arrive in US dealerships—in California and Hawaii—in December.

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GMC Hummer EV’s warp-speed development may be a template for many more GM EVs

Green Car Reports

On Thursday, General Motors confirmed an upgraded plan for making a million electric vehicles by the middle of the decade, and setting itself up for an even more significant transformation by the end of the decade.

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UK commits to ending the sale of new petrol and diesel-powered cars by 2030

Go Ultra Low

The direction of travel is set. The UK Government has confirmed the end of sale of new petrol and diesel-powered cars and vans will be brought forward to 2030 – 10 years earlier than planned – while plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) will remain on sale until 2035.

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Audi SQ2 gets sharp new look and tech

Green Cars News

The Audi SQ2 has been given a facelift to bring it in line with the rest of the updated Q2 range

2020 58

bp & Ørsted to produce green H2 at Lingen refinery; industrial-scale electrolyzer powered by offshore wind

Green Car Congress

bp and Ørsted signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) to work together to develop a ?project project for industrial-scale production of green hydrogen via the electrolysis of water using ?renewable renewable power, producing zero emissions.

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Tesla Model Y reliability "much worse than average," Consumer Reports says

Green Car Reports

The Tesla Model Y was given a reliability rating of "much worse than average" in the latest Consumer Reports reliability survey, but it wasn't the only electric car to be rated poorly.

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New MG Electric Cars: Electrifying Sales Numbers

My Energi

MG Electric Cars: Electrifying Sales Numbers! MG are well and truly back and like never before.

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20/30 Vision

Clean Car

The UK Government has announced the ban on the sale of new internal combustion engine (ICE) powered vehicles from 2030. This is a significant acceleration of its original plans to ban all new ICE sales from 2040.

2020 52

Nuvve and Lion Electric to collaborate on vehicle-to-grid (V2G) in electric school buses

Green Car Congress

Nuvve Corporation, a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology company, and Lion Electric, an original equipment manufacturer of all-electric heavy-duty vehicles based in Québec, are collaborating to launch vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology as a standard feature of Lion’s zero-emission school buses.

2020 329

Tesla, Lucid, Rivian, utility and charging interests unite toward 100% EVs by 2030

Green Car Reports

As the U.S. heads into a new Presidency and a new Congress, a group of electric vehicle makers and other stakeholders have allied to coordinate all the aspects that will foster real growth for EVs in America.

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2020's Top Ten Best EVs!

EVolution

As 2020 comes to a close, we have seen all the Australian market has to offer for electric vehicles, so we want to answer the question “What are the top 10 EVs of 2020?” We will be ranking vehicles on three factors, their real-world range, their price, and quite frankly, how cool they are!

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ChargeNet CEO & Co-founder scoops Sustainability Superstar Award

ChargeNet

Steve West, CEO and Co-founder of ChargeNet, has received national recognition at the annual Sustainable Business Awards. Steve received the highly anticipated Sustainability Superstar Award for his investment in developing a nationwide network of electric vehicle rapid-charging stations.

2020 52

Ride Vision launches AI-based collision-avoidance system for motorcycles

Green Car Congress

Ride Vision is launching globally the first collision-avoidance technology for motorcycles, an AI-based system for motorcycle safety. Ride Vision is buttressed by $7 million in Series A funding, totalling $10 million to-date, as well as a partnership with Continental AG.

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Lordstown Motors claims 50,000 orders for electric pickup, arriving fall 2021

Green Car Reports

Lordstown Motors announced Monday that it had accumulated 50,000 pre-orders for its Endurance electric pickup truck, which is now scheduled to start deliveries in fall 2021, with a full production ramp-up in 2022.

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