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Quick Charge Podcast: November 19, 2022

Electrek

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. more…. The post Quick Charge Podcast: November 19, 2022 appeared first on Electrek.

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ORNL researchers use blockchain to increase electric grid resiliency; Grid Guard

Green Car Congress

A team led by Raymond Borges Hink at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has developed a method using blockchain to protect communications between electronic devices in the electric grid, preventing cyberattacks and cascading blackouts.

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This tool reveals future EV fast-charging road-trip routes

Green Car Reports

This Thanksgiving weekend, as families take to the highways to visit friends or family, EVs are more likely than ever to be part of the dinner conversation. Product is a big part of it.

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NIO supplier WeLion sees 1st solid-state battery cell roll off line

CN EV Post

WeLion held a ceremony for the occasion, attended by NIO senior vice president Zeng Shuxiang. The post NIO supplier WeLion sees 1st solid-state battery cell roll off line appeared first on CnEVPost. For more articles, please visit CnEVPost. NIO Solid-state Battery WeLion

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Caterpillar (CAT) advances sustainable mining with first battery electric 793 large truck

Electrek

The leading construction and mining equipment manufacturer, Caterpillar (CAT), is plowing ahead with plans to advance sustainable mining. Caterpillar successfully tested its first battery electric 793 large mining truck. more….

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Siemens Energy, FFI and GeoPura developing prototype ammonia cracker to produce hydrogen

Green Car Congress

A Siemens Energy-led consortium has begun work in Newcastle, UK on a new £3.5 million (US$4.24 million) ammonia cracker prototype designed to produce green hydrogen at industrial scale.

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GM dealers are working on Teslas, claims thousands of repairs

Green Car Reports

General Motors dealerships have repaired thousands of Tesla electric cars, GM claimed in its annual investor day presentation. First spotted by Barron's, a slide in the presentation simply reads "11,180 repairs on Teslas" without elaboration.

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Tesla Cybertruck reaches 1.5 million pre-orders – Can it live up to the hype?

Electrek

Tesla Cybertruck is getting closer to production, and as the automaker’s first new model in three years, the company badly needs it to gain its momentum back. But can the electric pickup truck live up to Elon Musk’s hype and the 1.5 million pre-orders? more…. The post Tesla Cybertruck reaches 1.5

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Domino’s rolling out nationwide fleet of 800 Chevy Bolt EVs

Green Car Congress

Domino’s is rolling out more than 800 custom-branded 2023 Chevy Bolt electric vehicles at select stores throughout the U.S., making it the largest electric pizza delivery fleet in the country.

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Domino's commits to 800 Chevy Bolt EV pizza delivery cars

Green Car Reports

Domino's is rolling out a nationwide fleet of 855 Chevrolet Bolt EV pizza delivery cars, with the first 100 vehicles scheduled to arrive later this month.

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Spy video: Model suspected to be NIO ET5 shooting brake seen in road test

CN EV Post

The shooting brake models were previously a niche market in China, but the unexpected success of the Zeekr 001 has made such models increasingly popular. The post Spy video: Model suspected to be NIO ET5 shooting brake seen in road test appeared first on CnEVPost.

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Here’s how you can maximize your Ford F-150 Lightning range this winter

Electrek

Ford’s first fully electric pickup, the F-150 Lightning , has been selling like hotcakes. However, with winter upon us, Ford has released a few tips to help Lightning drivers get the most out of their range in the cold weather. more….

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Coca-Cola will now make local deliveries in Belgium with 30 electric Renault Trucks vehicles

Green Car Congress

Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) will start using 30 electric trucks to make “last mile” deliveries to local customers in Belgium. The first five vehicles will go out today in the Antwerp area.

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A Prius plus this could power your home through a blackout

Green Car Reports

Some new EVs boast the ability to serve as an emergency home power source. But what if you could do the same with your existing hybrid?

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Caterpillar tests massive battery electric mining truck destined for Australian mine

The Driven EV News

Caterpillar demonstrates its first battery electric large mining truck – a whopping beast destined for new Australian iron ore mine. The post Caterpillar tests massive battery electric mining truck destined for Australian mine appeared first on The Driven. Electric Work Vehicles EV News Caterpillar

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Aptera says it will use Tesla’s charge connector in its solar electric car

Electrek

Aptera has confirmed that it plans to use Tesla’s charge connector, now known as the North American Charging Standard (NACS), in its upcoming solar electric car. more…. The post Aptera says it will use Tesla’s charge connector in its solar electric car appeared first on Electrek.

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LiNa Energy successfully demonstrates Na-ion technology for battery energy storage systems

Green Car Congress

Solid-state sodium-ion battery company LiNa Energy ( earlier post ) successfully completed an independent demonstration of its lithium-free sodium batteries for energy storage systems with commercial partner ion Ventures.

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GM, Volvo: EVs won't cost more than gas vehicles by 2025

Green Car Reports

For mass adoption to succeed, EVs will need to sell at prices comparable to internal-combustion cars while still generating profits for their manufacturers.

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“Weekends don’t have to end:” LDV launches Australia’s first electric ute

The Driven EV News

LDV launches the first production series electric ute into the Australian market - but it's not cheap. The post “Weekends don’t have to end:” LDV launches Australia’s first electric ute appeared first on The Driven. EV News

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Tesla now has 40,000 Superchargers around the world

Electrek

Tesla confirmed that it now has 40,000 Superchargers in operation around the world, making it the largest global DC fast-charging network. more…. The post Tesla now has 40,000 Superchargers around the world appeared first on Electrek.

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New electrokinetic mining technology for recovering rare earth elements from weathering crusts

Green Car Congress

Rare earth elements (REEs), especially heavy REEs (HREEs), are important in modern industry.

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Mazda boosts EV target to 40% by 2030, plans new hybrid system

Green Car Reports

Mazda is now aiming to make EVs account for as much as 40% of its global sales by 2030, and plans to introduce a new hybrid system before then, according to an update of the automaker's medium-term business plan. "We

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GM plans to launch over 15 EV models in China by 2025

CN EV Post

GM's Ultium-equipped plant in Wuhan will go into production by the end of this year. The post GM plans to launch over 15 EV models in China by 2025 appeared first on CnEVPost. For more articles, please visit CnEVPost. Industry GM

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Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta is now available to all owners in North America

Electrek

Tesla Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta is now available to all owners who ordered the Full Self-Driving package in North America. It’s no longer limited to drivers with a high safety score. more….

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Chevron to acquire full ownership of Beyond6 CNG fueling network

Green Car Congress

Chevron U.S.A. Inc.,

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Porsche is moving fast into EVs: Lessons learned from Taycan

Green Car Reports

In 2013, German carmakers got their hands on Tesla Model S luxury four-door sport sedans and tore them apart.

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BYD Dolphin – likely to be Australia’s first sub $40,000 EV – seen on Sydney streets

The Driven EV News

The BYD Dolphin hatchback is likely to be Australia's first EV priced at under $40,000, and has been spotted on the streets of Sydney. The post BYD Dolphin – likely to be Australia’s first sub $40,000 EV – seen on Sydney streets appeared first on The Driven. EV News

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Despite more than a million riders, Paris may ban rental e-scooters

Electrek

Paris is considering an all-out ban on the insanely popular rental electric scooters in the coming weeks, with backers of the plan saying that they clog up the streets and sidewalks, freak out pedestrians, and aren’t even that green due to their “very short life.”. more….

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EVR Motors partners with EKA Mobility to provide advanced lightweight electric motors for e-buses and Light Commercial Vehicles in India

Green Car Congress

Israeli startup EVR Motors has partnered with India’s EKA Mobility, an electric vehicles and technology company, a subsidiary of Pinnacle Industries Limited, to design small, lightweight electric motors for their e-buses and Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) in India.

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LG Chem plans $3B EV battery material plant in Tennessee

Green Car Reports

LG Chem announced Tuesday that it’s planning a mammoth cathode material plant in Tennessee that will aid U.S. domestic electric vehicle battery production. According to LG, the plant will be the largest of its kind in the U.S.,

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Leapmotor opens its first showrooms in Israel

CN EV Post

Leapmotor has opened its first three showrooms in Israel, with one of the stores allowing consumers to place orders and get deliveries directly. The post Leapmotor opens its first showrooms in Israel appeared first on CnEVPost. For more articles, please visit CnEVPost. Leapmotor

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Escend Blades Alpha review: Electric skates are here, and they’re pretty rad

Electrek

The future has officially arrived, and its in the form of all-electric skates designed by Escend out of the UK.

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Geely Holding and ElectroMobility Poland sign agreement to license pure electric SEA architecture for Izera brand

Green Car Congress

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, China’s leading privately-owned automotive technology group, has signed an agreement to license its pure electric Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA) to ElectroMobility Poland (EMP), an electric vehicle manufacturer backed by the Polish government.

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Test drive: 2022 Toyota Prius leads with the mpg numbers

Green Car Reports

The hybrid-vehicle landscape is changing quickly. The Prius lineup did get a Prius AWD-e all-wheel-drive version and a much better Prius Prime plug-in hybrid in its current and outgoing version, but it remains a pared-down family, with the Prius C and Prius V long gone.

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Why Are Low-Income Customers Paying Higher Prices in Retail Choice Markets?

Energy Institute at HAAS

Five striking facts from a new Energy Institute working paper. Consumer choice is generally a good thing. For much of the consumption that goes on at my house – coffee, … Continue Reading Why Are Low-Income Customers Paying Higher Prices in Retail Choice Markets? Uncategorized featured

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Tesla’s next Gigafactory in Asia could be in South Korea

Electrek

Tesla CEO Elon Musk discussed Tesla’s plan for its next Gigafactory in Asia with South Korea’s president – hinting that the country could be on the shortlist. more…. The post Tesla’s next Gigafactory in Asia could be in South Korea appeared first on Electrek.

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Audi opens new R&D center in Beijing

Green Car Congress

Audi is strengthening its development capabilities in China with a significant broadening of its R&D scope in the region and an expansion of its local Audi China R&D team.

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