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Moscow deploys its 1,000th electric bus; targeting 2,200 by end of 2023

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Moscow has deployed its 1000 th electric bus. This electric bus has become the 400 th vehicle purchased with the funds from the green bonds.

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EVs are the least reliable vehicle type: Consumer Reports points to some problem areas

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In a reliability survey published last November, Consumer Reports named electric SUVs the least-reliable vehicle type. Now CR has followed that up with a report shedding light on specific problem areas.

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Winnebago will reveal an electric motorhome at Florida RV super show next week


America’s other iconic RV name , Winnebago, has announced plans to reveal an all-electric concept motorhome developed by the company’s Advanced Technology Group (ATG) at next week’s Florida RV Super Show in Tampa, Florida.

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SpaceX drone ship leaves port for Starlink mission during a Falcon 9 launch


In preparation for SpaceX’s next launch, drone ship A Shortfall Of Gravitas (ASOG) was spotted departing Port Canaveral in the middle of the company’s second Falcon 9 launch and landing this month.

GILLIG and RR.AI to partner on next generation automated vehicle technology for transit buses

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GILLIG and RR.AI, a developer of autonomous mobility solutions, have entered into a development agreement for next-generation advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and SAE Level 4 autonomous vehicle (AV) technology for GILLIG transit buses in North America. This partnership will combine RR.AI’s

Study: Two-thirds of Americans don't want an EV yet, and half won't pay extra for electrified

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Most Americans still aren't ready to buy an EV, according to the Deloitte 2022 Global Automotive Study, which examines consumer perceptions of electrification and other technology movements in the auto industry.

Coal-hungry Indiana’s largest-capacity solar farm is about to come online


Houston-headquartered renewables company EDP Renewables North America has completed a 200-megawatt (MW) solar farm in Randolph County, Indiana, northeast of Indianapolis. It’s now the largest-capacity solar farm in Indiana.

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Researchers find annealing significantly reduces interface resistance in all-solid-state-batteries

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All-solid-state lithium batteries could address a number of the shortcomings of conventional lithium-ion batteries in advanced applications such as in electric vehicles, which demand high energy densities, fast charging, and long cycle lives.

Research could help extend EV battery life by 30%, slow degradation

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Researchers at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University claim to have found a method to "revitalize" lithium-ion batteries, potentially extending their useful lifespan by nearly 30%. The research points to a novel way to slow battery degradation.

NIO expands US headquarters as North American launch begins to feel more and more likely


The US branch of Chinese automaker NIO continues to make interesting moves in North America, as the company signed a ten year lease on a building in San Jose, CA. The new 200,000+ sq.

Tesla Model Y structural battery pack referenced in updated Owner’s Manual


Following an update, the Tesla Model Y Owner’s Manual now features a direct reference to the vehicle’s structural battery pack.

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Blue Biofuels achieves full conversion (99%+) of cellulosic material to sugars on repeatable basis

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Blue Biofuels, Inc. reports that it has achieved full conversion ( 99% + ) of king grass cellulosic material to water soluble sugars on a repeatable basis. This conversion occurs with a reaction time of less than one minute.

Multi-unit dwellings could avoid EV-charging sticker shock with peak-demand systems

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North Carolina-based Atom Power is launching a new EV charging station that could make managing electricity costs easier at apartments and condos.

Tesla expands Gigafactory Nevada solar array toward goal to become world’s biggest


New satellite images show that Tesla significantly expanded its rooftop solar array at Gigafactory Nevada as it aims for it to become the world’s biggest. more… The post Tesla expands Gigafactory Nevada solar array toward goal to become world’s biggest appeared first on Electrek.

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Tesla, NHTSA in discussions regarding HVAC issues


Recent complaints regarding Tesla’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems have prompted the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to discuss the feature with the automaker.

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U Mich team develops 1,000-cycle lithium-sulfur battery

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A University of Michigan team has shown that a network of aramid nanofibers, recycled from Kevlar, can enable lithium-sulfur batteries to overcome their Achilles heel of cycle life, delivering an estimated 1,000 real-world cycles. A paper on their work is published in Nature Communications.

California no longer shuns GM, as automaker complies with its emissions rules

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General Motors has agreed to recognize California's authority to set its own vehicle emissions standards. This will make GM vehicles eligible for California government fleet purchases, according to the automaker.

Rivian will sponsor dozens of free public chargers in National Parks for nonprofit Adopt A Charger


EV charging nonprofit Adopt A Charger has announced a collaboration with American automaker Rivian to provide free Waypoint chargers to the public in Yosemite National Park and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA).

University of Michigan uses recycled Kevlar fiber to solve lithium-sulfur battery life cycle issues


The University of Michigan Chemical Sciences and Engineering team, led by Professor Nicholas Kotov, has developed a “new biologically inspired battery membrane” with recycled Kevlar fibers that could quintuple electric vehicle ranges and have a lifespan of 1,000 cycles.

Moscow begins testing first Russian-made articulated electric bus

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Testing of the the first Russian-made articulated electric bus has begun in Moscow. After the test drive, the city plans to purchase such vehicles to service routes with high passenger traffic.

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Electric vans from Stellantis, GM, Ford: Cleaner, quieter last-mile delivery takes connectedness

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Last-mile delivery vans are, increasingly, how we shop, how we get home services, and even how we get food delivered. And as the fleet of last-mile vans expands to meet this need, it’s largely going electric.

Valais, Switzerland pulls plug on hybrid incentives, should the rest of the world follow?


Citing a report which found hybrid cars offered negligible emissions and fuel consumption advantages when tested on Switzerland’s Alpine roads, one Swiss region has decided to “pull the plug” on subsidies – even calling the claims of hybrids’ environmental advantages a “con.”

Tesla Model Y tops China’s premium SUV segment in 2021 with nearly 170k units sold


The Tesla Model Y topped China’s premium SUV segment in 2021 with approximately 169,853 units sold from January to December last year, reported the China Passenger Car Association ( CPCA ). Tesla sold 40,500 Model Y units in December 2021, earning second place in general SUV retail sales.

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Gemilang International to deliver 140 electric school buses to California

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Gemilang International Limited (GML) will deliver 140 units of fully-electric school buses to California in 2022. Based in Johor, Malaysia, GML has designed and manufactured coaches and assembled buses for more than 30 years.

Nissan Ariya and Leaf will coexist—two EVs well under $40,000, thanks to EV tax credit

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With its Leaf, Nissan was the first mainstream, full-line automaker to offer a widely available, mass-produced electric vehicle in the U.S. That was eleven years ago.

Ford market cap blows by $100B on big EV plans, leading US battery output by 2025


Ford (NYSE: F) stock continued its upward climb today, reaching a 20-year high and a $100 billion market cap on big hopes for the all-electric F-150 Lightning and plans to lead the industry in battery production capacity by 2025.

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Tesla Cybertruck production to start Q1 2023: Report


Tesla Cybertruck production will start on the first quarter of 2023, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. .

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CALSTART: Inventory of US electric school buses hit 1,738 in Sep 2021

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CALSTART has released a new report, Zeroing in on ESBs , an inventory of electric school buses (ESBs). As of September 2021, there were 1,738 ESBs funded, ordered, delivered, and deployed across the US. In total, there are some 480,000 school buses in the US—more than 95% powered by diesel.

Used Tesla prices, VW EV sales gains, Leaf and Ariya: Today’s Car News

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Prices on used Tesla vehicles have soared over the past year. VW is still trailing Tesla on EV deliveries. And the Nissan Leaf and Ariya will coexist in the lineup—but for how long if the EV tax credit isn’t re-upped? This and more, here at Green Car Reports.

Tesla adds structural battery pack reference to Model Y owner’s manual as production is imminent


Tesla has added a reference to the structural battery pack to the Model Y owner’s manual as production is expected to be imminent. more… The post Tesla adds structural battery pack reference to Model Y owner’s manual as production is imminent appeared first on Electrek.

SpaceX stress-tests Starship-catching arms with giant water balloons


SpaceX has begun testing Starbase’s rocket-catching arms with ballast to simulate the weight of Starship and Super Heavy. SpaceX started the process of proof testing those arms about a week ago, beginning with some basic calibration work.

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Volvo Trucks to begin production of enhanced VNR electric truck with up to 85% more range

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Volvo Trucks North America continues to lead in the deployment of sustainable Class 8 zero-tailpipe emission vehicles for the North American trucking industry with ongoing deliveries of its Volvo VNR Electric model to fleets across the country.

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EV reliability, Rivian Waypoints, Cybertruck delay, Bollinger bails: Today’s Car News

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Rivian adds more charging waypoints where active types want them—like Yosemite. The Cybertruck has been delayed, according to one report citing inside sources. Bollinger has canceled plans for its boxy electric off-roaders. And why are EVs so unreliable?

Tesla is releasing a product roadmap update on Jan 26 with Cybertruck and more


Tesla announced that it will release its 2021 Q4 earnings report on January 26, and Elon Musk confirmed that he will come back to the call and give a Tesla product roadmap update.

Tesla bull shares bold prediction on Cybertruck new variant, unveil date


Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry recently posted a rather bold prediction about the Tesla Cybertruck.

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Volkswagen Group nearly doubles BEV deliveries in 2021 to 452,900 units; 5.1% of total deliveries

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Volkswagen drove forward its transformation into a sustainable, software-centric mobility group in 2021 and approximately doubled its deliveries of battery-electric vehicles (BEV) year-on-year to 452,900 units. These now account for 5.1% of total deliveries, up from 2.5% in the previous year.

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Toyota plans solid-state battery debut in a hybrid by 2025—future Prius?

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Toyota's planned solid-state batteries will debut not in an EV, but in an upcoming hybrid, an executive said in a recent interview with Autoline.

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