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GMC Hummer EV joins gas-guzzlers in list of meanest for the environment

Green Car Reports

The 2024 American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) list of "meanest" vehicles for the environment includes the expected array of gas-guzzling trucks—but also one EV. The 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV was ranked ninth on the list, between the GMC Sierra pickup truck and Mercedes-Benz G550 SUV.

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SENDER Functional Testing Environment

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The post SENDER Functional Testing Environment appeared first on Innovation News Network. SENDER aims to upgrade home automation and energy service, and shows how functional testing remains a vital aspect of these developments.

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BASF introduces new heat-stabilized Ultramid; heat resistance up to 190 °C in demanding environments

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Whether in the internal combustion engine or in the hybrid or electric vehicle, reliable and technically flawless materials are indispensable in a demanding environment. Heat resistance, good long-term use properties and weld resistance are the basic prerequisites for components in current and future powertrains.

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Are Electric Cars Really Helping the Environment?

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The research, published in the Science of the Total Environment journal, presents the first real-world data linking EVs to reductions in air pollution and respiratory issues. This study marks a significant step in understanding the impact of electric cars on public health and the environment.

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Report: The GMC Hummer EV Isn't That Great for the Environment

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The GMC Hummer EV SUV ranked high on the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE) list of “meanest” vehicles for the environment, placing only slightly better than the gas-powered Mercedes-Benz G 550 SUV. The ACEEE looks at emissions required to produce a vehicle, as well as the fuel or electricity required to power it.

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DOE issues request for information on materials that withstand harsh environments

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The US Department of Energy (DOE) announced a request for information (RFI) about advances in components, systems, and products that can withstand harsh environments and extended service lifetimes. ( Very high temperature environments. DE-FOA-0002385 ). High mechanical wear / stress conditions. Alloy embrittlement conditions.

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Wireless Channel Modeling for Dynamic Terrestrial Environments

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We offer tools to address these challenges and enable network architects and mission planners to digitally model and simulate dynamic wireless networks within an accurate systems simulation environment.