GE Appliances deploying fleet of electric trucks from Einride in Kentucky, Georgia, and Tennessee

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GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, is deploying a fleet of electric freight vehicles on routes between the company’s inbound warehouses and its manufacturing facilities in Kentucky, Georgia, and Tennessee.

Hyundai Motor Group to build $5.54B EV plant and battery factory in Georgia

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Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) entered into an agreement with the State of Georgia to build its first dedicated full electric vehicle and battery manufacturing facilities in the US. The Group plans to produce wide range of full electric vehicles for US customers at the new Georgia EV plant.


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Rivian Georgia plant pushing lawmakers to revisit direct sales legislation


Rivian’s $5 billion manufacturing plant in Georgia pushes lawmakers to revisit the peach state’s legislation on direct sales by vehicle manufacturers. Georgia approved legislation in 2015 that allowed Tesla to sell cars without going through local dealers. Georgia HB 460.

SK Innovation accelerates hiring at its first US-based EV battery site in Georgia

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In one of the largest economic projects in Georgia’s history, SK Innovation affirmed its long-range investment plans for the facility that would make Georgia one of the largest hubs of EV battery manufacturing in the world.

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Georgia Tech named winner of DOE/GM/Mathworks EcoCAR Mobility Challenge

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The US Department of Energy (DOE), in coordination with General Motors and MathWorks, announced that the Georgia Institute of Technology has been named the winner of the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge , which tasked 11 North American universities with applying advanced vehicle technologies to a 2019 Chevrolet Blazer while considering emissions, safety, and consumer acceptability factors.

Report: Hyundai May Choose Georgia for EV Plant

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Hyundai Motor Group has been considering where to establish its planned EV manufacturing hub for the United States for roughly a year now and is reportedly zeroing in on the State of Georgia as a final destination.

Georgia Tech team develops AI to read EV charging station reviews to find infrastructure gaps

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A team from Georgia Tech has developed an AI that can analyze user reviews of electric vehicle charging stations, allowing it accurately to identify places where there are insufficient or out-of-service stations.

Maryland, Georgia suspend state gasoline and diesel tax

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Also on Friday, Georgia Governor Brian P. Motor fuels eligible for the suspension of tax under HB 304 include all fuels subject to Georgia motor fuel excise tax imposed under O.C.G.A. Motor fuels sold for off-highway use, such as jet fuel and dyed diesel, are generally not subject to Georgia motor fuel excise tax.

Automobile detailing contractors concerned in capturing at Georgia Hyundai dealership

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A person was shot Wednesday within the parking zone of a Hyundai dealership in northern Georgia, reportedly on account of an argument with one other man. The post Automobile detailing contractors concerned in capturing at Georgia Hyundai dealership appeared first on Bauaelectric Auto News.

Report: Rivian considering Georgia for second US plant

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Rivian is considering a location in Georgia for its planned second United States factory, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Monday.

Rivian’s tax agreement for Georgia manufacturing plant gets approval


The Joint Development Authority (JDA) approved the final Economic Development Agreement (EDA) for Rivian’s upcoming manufacturing plant in Georgia. The EDA covers agreements between the JDA, the State of Georgia, and Rivian. News Featured Rivian Rivian Georgia plant

Georgia gets first solar roadway in the US

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The city of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, has unveiled what it calls the first solar roadway within a city in the United States.

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Georgia Tech team develops melt-infiltration technique for scalable production of solid-state batteries

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The melt-infiltration technology developed by materials science researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology uses solid-state electrolytes with low melting points that are infiltrated into dense, thermally stable electrodes at moderately elevated temperatures (~300?°C a Georgia Tech startup, with characterization performed at the Materials Characterization Center at Georgia Tech.

Georgia gives US solar panel manufacturing a big boost with a new factory


Seoul-headquartered PV solar-cell manufacturing giant Q Cells today announced that it’s opening a new solar panel manufacturing facility in Dalton, Georgia. The post Georgia gives US solar panel manufacturing a big boost with a new factory appeared first on Electrek.

Plug Power to build green hydrogen plant in Georgia

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Plug Power plans to build a green hydrogen production plant in Camden County, Georgia, to serve customers across the southeastern United States. The announcement affirms Plug Power’s continued commitment to establish the first North American green hydrogen supply network, as the Camden County plant extends Plug Power’s service coverage across the entire eastern seaboard of the US.

Mercedes will make electric EQS SUV in Alabama, with battery cells from Georgia

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Mercedes-Benz has confirmed a partnership with battery supplier Envision AESC that will result in a battery facility in Bibb County, Georgia. On its way to establishing production for its EQS SUV in the U.S.,

Rivian announces a new $5 billion electric vehicle factory in Georgia


Rivian announced a new $5 billion electric vehicle factory just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. more… The post Rivian announces a new $5 billion electric vehicle factory in Georgia appeared first on Electrek.

Rivian can't directly sell electric trucks it builds in Georgia without franchise-law overhaul

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Rivian plans to build electric trucks in Georgia, but it won't be able to sell them there unless the state's franchise laws are changed.

Rivian will build its next EV manufacturing plant in Georgia


Rivian Automotive has chosen Georgia as the location for its next United States production plant. However, Fort Worth, Texas, and an unconfirmed location in Georgia , likely to be East of Atlanta, were mentioned with the most enthusiasm.

University Of Georgia purchases 20 Proterra 40' Catalyst E2 buses with DuoPower drivetrain

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The University of Georgia has placed an order for twenty Proterra 40? With the deployment of 20 Catalyst buses, the University of Georgia will have one of the largest fleets of electric buses in the US, and will displace more than 2,500,000 gallons of diesel over the vehicles’ 12-year lifespan and eliminate more than 4,500,000 pounds of carbon emissions annually. Catalyst E2 buses with DuoPower drivetrain technology and fourteen 125 kW Proterra PCS chargers.

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ExxonMobil, Georgia Tech and Imperial College London publish joint research on potential breakthrough in membrane technology for oil refining

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Scientists from ExxonMobil, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Imperial College of London have published in the journal Science joint research on potential breakthroughs in a new membrane technology that could reduce emissions and energy intensity associated with refining crude oil.

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SpaceX Starlink internet service approved in the Republic of Georgia


The Republic of Georgia’s National Communications Commission authorized the launch of Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starlink internet service in the Easter European country. The post SpaceX Starlink internet service approved in the Republic of Georgia appeared first on TESLARATI.

Mustang Mach-E range boost, Ioniq 5 first drive, Rivian in Georgia: Today’s Car News

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Rivian decides on Georgia for its second plant. The Mustang Mach-E gets a range boost. And we drive the Ioniq 5. This and more, here at Green Car Reports. This morning we posted our first drive of the 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5.

Georgia Tech launches manufacturing institute

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The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) has launched an interdisciplinary research institute to promote a technologically advanced and globally competitive manufacturing base in the United States. Under this new initiative, the Manufacturing Research Center has been renamed the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute and has expanded to engage researchers from all of Georgia Tech’s colleges, the Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI²) and the Georgia Tech Research Institute.

Georgia Electric-Car Sales Plummet After Incentive Replaced By Tax

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Electric-car buyers in Georgia have seen their prospects change dramatically over the past few months. sales incentives Georgia plug-in cars state laws transportation policyThe Peach State previously had one of the most generous incentive programs for new electric-car purchases, offering up to $5,000 in income-tax credits to electric-car buyers. But earlier this year, legislators killed that incentive program. DON'T.

EV6 first drive, Taycan coast-to-coast, Georgia Rivian sales, CVRP changes: Today’s Car News

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Rivian is running into a roadblock in Georgia. California is narrowing one of its EV incentives. A Taycan crosses the U.S. with 2.5 hours of charging. And we take a drive in the Kia EV6 electric car. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.

Georgia lands $43M battery recycling plant project shortly after Rivian commitment


The City of Covington, Georgia has landed a massive $43 million lithium-ion battery recycling plant, the largest of its kind in North America, just weeks after electric automaker Rivian announced it would build its second U.S.-based Georgia is priming itself to be a major player in the U.S.

Rivian to build new $5 billion electric vehicle factory in Georgia

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Rivian to build new $5 billion electric vehicle factory in Georgia. Rivian an Amazon-backed electric vehicle maker has announced a new $5 billion electric vehicle factory in Atlanta, Georgia. It will be the second factory in Georgia.

Hyundai plans to make up to 300,000 EVs annually in Georgia—batteries, too

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Combined across Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis brands, the Hyundai Group says that it intends to become one of the top three EV sellers in the U.S. by 2026.

SK Innovation to build $1.67B EV battery manufacturing plant in Georgia

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billion to build a new electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing plant in Georgia. SK Innovation, which is part of SK Group, says that it is making the investment in Georgia to better compete in the growing global EV battery market. The new plant will be located in Jackson County, Georgia. South Korea-based SK Innovation, a developer of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles, will invest $1.67

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Hyundai to build $5.54 billion EV production facility in Georgia


Hyundai Motor Group announced on Friday that it has entered an agreement with the State of Georgia to bring the automaker’s first fully-dedicated electric vehicle and battery manufacturing facilities to Bryan County. and it could land in Georgia.

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Rivian wanted what Georgia had’: How the Peach State became Rivian’s $5B match


In the Northern portion of Georgia, about 45 miles East of Atlanta, a 2,000-acre slice of land is covered in beautiful trees, hosting stunning landscapes of the rural sections of the Peach State. “Rivian wanted what Georgia had.”

Rivian secures $1.5 billion in incentives for its upcoming Georgia EV factory


billion if fully realized, for its upcoming electric vehicle factory in Georgia. billion in incentives for its upcoming Georgia EV factory appeared first on Electrek. Rivian announced today that it secured the incentive packaged, expected to be worth up to $1.5

What Should Georgia Electric-Car Buyers Do By June 30?

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Georgia's income-tax credit for the purchase of a zero-emission vehicle will become history in about six weeks. Politics incentives tax credit Georgia plug-in cars state lawsThat poses a problem for the state's electric-car shoppers: Buy before June 30 to take advantage of the expiring credit, or wait for improved battery-electric cars expected to arrive within two years. First, the facts: The.

Georgia Tech team’s platinum-graphene fuel cell catalysts show superior stability over bulk platinum

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Films of platinum only two atoms thick supported by graphene could enable fuel cell catalysts with unprecedented catalytic activity and longevity, according to a study published recently by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, with colleagues from University of Oxford, in the journal Advanced Functional Materials. The Georgia Tech researchers tried a different strategy.

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Jacobs, Peachtree Corners, and Qualcomm collaborate to deploy C-V2X technology in Georgia Smart City

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Jacobs, Peachtree Corners and Qualcomm Technologies announced joint efforts to deploy end-to-end smart solutions in one of the US’ first smart city environments powered by real-world connected vehicle technology and infrastructure.

Announcing SmartCharge Georgia

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Waterloo, Ontario: Geotab Energy (FleetCarma) is proud to announce the launch of SmartCharge Georgia, a new electric vehicle (EV) pilot program in partnership with Georgia Power, the state’s largest utility and the largest electric subsidiary of Southern Company.

F-150 Lightning frunk, Rivian considers Georgia, recycled NMC: Today’s Car News

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Rivian is looking at Georgia for a second plant. Ford tells us about the F-150 Lightning electric pickup’s frunk. And a battery maker is getting ready to mass-produce cells from recycled materials. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.

Rivian To Get $1.5 Billion In Public Incentives For Georgia Plant


It's by far the largest incentive package Georgia has ever offered to a company investing in the state

SK Innovation's Georgia plants will make batteries for 300,000 EVs annually

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Korean firm SK Innovation estimates that a pair of factories on a common site in Commerce, Georgia, will build batteries for 300,000 electric cars annually once full capacity is reached. On Monday the company announced the first hires for the Georgia site, saying it planned to create 1,000 jobs by 2021 and over 2,600 jobs by 2024.

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Georgia to take second try at electric-car tax credit after killing first one

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Several years ago, Georgia offered a generous state-tax credit for purchase of a zero-emission vehicle, and its sales of electric cars boomed. Politics incentives tax credit Georgia plug-in cars Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) state lawsWhen state politics interceded to kill that credit in 2015—and add a new tax specifically on those same vehicles—the state became a case study on what happens when such incentives are suddenly.

Georgia Tech team develops high-performance intermediate-temperature sold-oxide fuel cell

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A team from Georgia Tech, with colleagues at the university of Kansas, has designed a high-performance solid-oxide fuel cell that operates directly on nearly dry (only ~3.5 —Meilin Liu, who led the study and is a Regents’ Professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Material Science and Engineering. vol% H 2 O) methane at 500 °C, demonstrating a peak power density of 0.37 W cm ?2 2 while maintaining excellent durability (no evidence of coking after ~550 h of continuous operation).

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Georgia Tech team develops conversion-type iron-fluoride Li battery cathode with solid polymer electrolyte

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Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed a promising new conversion-type cathode and electrolyte system that replaces expensive metals and traditional liquid electrolyte with lower cost transition metal fluorides and a solid polymer electrolyte. The Georgia Tech team sought to overcome those obstacles by using the solid polymer electrolyte. —corresponding author Gleb Yushin, a professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Materials Science and Engineering.

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