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UT El Paso-led team designs cactus-inspired low-cost, efficient water-splitting catalyst

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Researchers led by engineers at The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) have proposed a low-cost, cactus-inspired nickel-based material to help split water more cheaply and efficiently. The material is described in a paper in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. who led the study.

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Future Tesla-Powered BP Pulse Stations Popping Up, Possibly Near El Paso

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But there’s an interesting story happening, and it might be starting near El Paso. continued] The post Future Tesla-Powered BP Pulse Stations Popping Up, Possibly Near El Paso appeared first on CleanTechnica. Part Of A Much Bigger EV Charging Story There’s a truck stop that’s going to get a.

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El Paso Electric files transportation electrification plan with the New Mexico PRC

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El Paso Electric (EPE) has filed its Transportation Electrification Plan (TEP) with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission ( NMPRC ) for approval. An Electrification Grid Impact Study to help guide EPE’s system planning efforts based on a projected increase of EV adoption and electricity consumption.

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Werner piloting Aurora’s autonomous trucks on 600-mile route in Texas

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Starting this week, Aurora Driver-powered trucks are hauling loads between Fort Worth and El Paso on behalf of Werner. Introducing an autonomous route between Fort Worth and El Paso allows Werner to move freight seamlessly and reliably on a subset of one of its most voluminous lanes.

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EV Charging Has Changed A LOT in The Last 5–7 Years

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The opening of Electrify America’s station in El Paso. Looking through some old photos recently, I came across the one at the top of this article. The occasion? This was back in 2019, and it was the first non-Tesla EV charging station in the whole region. When I bought the.

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TeraWatt developing I-10 network of electric heavy-duty charging centers

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TeraWatt Infrastructure is developing the first network of high-powered charging centers for heavy-duty and medium-duty electric trucks along the Interstate 10 (I-10) highway, stretching from the Port of Long Beach - Los Angeles, California to the El Paso, Texas area.

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Microchip to invest $880M to expand its SiC and Si capacity in Colorado

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Working in conjunction with the Colorado Springs Chamber & Economic Development Corporation, the City of Colorado Springs and El Paso County also announce that Microchip was approved for state and local incentives of approximately $47 million for the expansion.

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