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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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#Joestradamus Knows Mike Pence’s Future Before It Happens

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GM reveals an electric van, launches a new business for electric cargo delivery

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General Motors provided a better idea Tuesday of how it will hasten an electric transformation in commercial fleets—with the formation of a new standalone business, called BrightDrop.

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NIO reveals Telsa-rivalling ET7 flagship saloon

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Founded in 2014 by Chinese entrepreneur, William Li, NIO's rapid ascent to become one of China’s top EV brands has seen money pour in from around the world

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Groupe Renault unveils new strategic plan “Renaulution”; from volumes to value

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In France, Luca de Meo, CEO Groupe Renault, presented the group’s new strategic plan— “Renaulution”—which, among other more specific elements, aims to shift Groupe Renault’s strategy from volumes to value.

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#TodaysThemeSong By The Greenius For January 14 2020

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Nio ET7 flagship teases 150-kwh solid-state battery, arrival in 2022

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Chinese automaker Nio is launching a flagship electric car with an available 150-kilowatt-hour battery pack, and when it's scheduled to start deliveries in early 2022, it could be the first mass-produced passenger car anywhere in the world—yes, before Tesla—to have solid-state battery technology. The Nio ET7 sedan will also feature.

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VanadiumCorp beginning work on next-generation vanadium redox flow batteries for ships

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VanadiumCorp Resource Inc. announced that commercial development work has commenced for the first phase of key design and engineering of next-generation vanadium redox flow-battery systems (VRFB Battery) for marine propulsion applications.

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Lightning eMotors creates electric motor coaches at lower cost and CO2 impact

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A Colorado-based company is giving old diesel buses an all-electric upgrade. While companies like BYD and ProTerra specialize in new fully-electric buses, Lightning eMotors appears to be the first to widely market a kit that upfits existing buses with electric powertrains.

Plug’n Drive launches online tool to help Canadian drivers find their electric vehicle match

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Find Your EV Match Plug’n Drive has launched the “Find Your EV Match” online tool.

Octillion Power Systems enters US bus market to supply batteries for motorcoaches, city buses

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Octillion Power Systems, a global provider of advanced lithium-ion batteries, is providing battery packs for all-electric motorcoaches and city transit buses offered by ABC Companies and Lightning eMotors.

BrightDrop, General Motors’ Shiny New Delivery Business

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General Motors has rolled out BrightDrop, moving them further into the business of first-to-last-mile products, software, and services for delivery and logistics. BrightDrop offers a smarter way to deliver goods and services,” said Mary Barra, GM Chairman and CEO.

Could battery health reports rescue an ailing used EV market?

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All the hype over electric vehicles could lose much of its charge over a continued weak link: the used EV market. There are about 44,000 used-car dealerships in the U.S. today, and roughly a quarter of those have never sold an EV.

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UK car manufacturers have three years to source local electric car batteries

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The last-minute Brexit free trade deal may have brought some semblance of final order to what has been a torrid four years, but the UK's EV market isn't out of the woods yet. Looming on the horizon is a need to become battery independent, as a favourable initial tariff deal comes to an end in 2024 will significantly increase costs

Siemens’ Russelectric adds EV charging to Massachusetts renewable microgrid

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Russelectric, a manufacturer of distributed energy and microgrid control systems for mission-critical commercial facilities that was acquired by Siemens in 2018, has added electrical vehicle charging capabilities at its Hingham, Massachusetts, facility.

Kia Seeks World Domination

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Kia, no longer content to occupy the second tier among carmakers, yesterday held a virtual press conference to announce their plans for world domination. Dropping Motors America from their name was the first indicator, as the company now known as just Kia moves forward.

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Chevy offers 0% financing on used Bolt EV and Volt

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If you're considering a used electric car, now might be a good time to spring into action. General Motors is offering 0% APR financing for 72 months on used Chevrolet Bolt EV electric cars and Chevy Volt plug-in hybrids, reports CarsDirect, which cited a bulletin sent to dealerships last week.

Renault 5 reborn as all-electric city car

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Remember the Renault 5 supermini of the 80s? Well it’s returned – this time as an innovative EV that will take aim at the Honda E when it arrives sometime in the next few years

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Total and Engie partner to develop France’s largest site for the production of green hydrogen: Masshylia

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Total and Engie signed a cooperation agreement to design, develop, build and operate the Masshylia project, France’s largest renewable hydrogen production site at Châteauneuf-les-Martigues in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur South region.

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100K+ Pre-Orders for Lordstown’s Pickup a Shocker

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Lordstown Motors announced on Monday that they had exceeded 100,000 pre-orders for their Endurance light-duty, all-electric pickup, slated to begin production in September. While we covered the Endurance previously, we didn’t pay homage to where it’s being assembled.

Lordstown confirms 100,000 orders for Endurance electric pickup, September production start

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Lordstown Motors on Monday confirmed 100,000 non-binding pre-orders for its Endurance electric pickup truck, and said in a press release that the pickup is "on track" to start production in September. That milestone comes just two months after Lordstown announced 50,000 pre-orders for the Endurance.

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EV cleanliness fake news hits the headlines

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You may have seen or heard the news at the end of last year reporting that a typical EV would need to be driven almost 50,000 miles before it was ‘greener’ than petrol or diesel. But this was fake news. The real story is that EVs are far greener, far sooner

NIO launches autonomous driving model ET7; up to 621 miles range with solid-state 150 kWh battery

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At NIO Day, in Chengdu, NIO launched its first autonomous driving model, the smart electric flagship sedan NIO ET7. The ET7 has a pre-subsidy price starting from RMB 448,000 (US$69,000), or from RMB 378,000 (US$58,400) with BaaS (Battery as a Service).

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Splitvolt Fast EV Charger Debuts at CES

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Splitvolt has answered two major drawbacks to electric vehicle (EV) ownership, slow charging and costly rewiring. Their Splitvolt Splitter Switch is a game-changer, rolling out this week at the virtual Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Splitvolt Inc.

Sony Vision-S electric car starts public road tests in Europe

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One year after its unveiling at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the Sony Vision-S electric car is now testing on public roads. Sony didn't provide much other detail on how things were progressing with the car.

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A future star lands in a record market (19% share!) If the overall automotive market had a horrible 2020 (-26% YoY), with the 1.7

Volkswagen Passenger Cars lifts global deliveries of BEV vehicles by 197% and of electric vehicles overall by 158% in 2020

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In 2020, Volkswagen Passenger Cars delivered more than 212,000 electric cars in total (+158 percent versus 2019), including nearly 134,000 battery electric vehicles (+197 percent versus 2019). This brought the share of BEV and hybrid vehicles in Europe up to 12.4%

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Electric Vehicles Are Only Getting Cheaper To Own

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This article is courtesy of Chris Johnston with One of the fastest ways to accelerate your transition to an eco-friendlier lifestyle is to switch to an electric vehicle (EV).

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E range test: At 70 mph, true to EPA highway results

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How far can the Ford Mustang Mach-E go on a highway trip at 70 mph? Just as far as the EPA ratings suggest, I recently found out in a real-world range test.

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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.

Hyundai Ioniq 5: First images revealed

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Hyundai has previewed its all-new Ioniq 5 which is set to be revealed in full in February

2022 Ioniq 5 electric crossover dials in 45 EV Concept's retro look for February debut

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Hyundai has revealed some first photos and video of its upcoming Ioniq 5 electric SUV, set for a debut in February and to go on sale this fall.

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Owens Gifts Autonomous Drivers

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Linde to build, own and operate 24MW PEM electrolyzer for green hydrogen

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Linde will build , own and operate a 24MW PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolyzer plant at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany. The new 24-megawatt electrolyzer will produce green hydrogen to supply Linde’s industrial customers through the company’s existing pipeline network. In addition, Linde will distribute liquefied green hydrogen to refueling stations and other industrial customers in the region.

One EV registered in the UK every three minutes in 2020

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One EV registered in the UK every three minutes in 2020 – with more than 175,000 fully electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles registered in ninth consecutive year of growth EV registrations grew by 140%, with more than 175,082 new plug-in cars registered in the UK One in 10 cars registered in the UK last […].

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