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NuScale, Shell and partners to assess hydrogen production using SMR

Green Car Congress

NuScale Power, along with Shell Global Solutions (Shell) and industry participants will develop and assess a concept for an economically optimized Integrated Energy System (IES) for hydrogen production using electricity and process heat from a NuScale VOYGR small modular reactor (SMR) power plant.

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Volvo starts production of EX90 EV in US

Green Car Reports

Production of the 2025 Volvo EX90 electric SUV for the U.S. market is now underway in Charleston, South Carolina, Volvo confirmed Wednesday with a press release. Unveiled in November 2022, the EX90 was originally scheduled to start deliveries in early 2024, but was held back due to software issues. Volvo now plans to deliver the first U.S.

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Joby completes pre-production eVTOL testing, segues into production prototype flight certification

Electrek

Urban Air Mobility specialist Joby Aviation is touting its latest milestone in eVTOL development today, relaying that it has completed testing of its pre-production aircraft and will now move into getting air certified using its production-intent eVTOL prototypes.

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Volvo suddenly shifts EX30, EX90 production to Belgium to avoid China-made EV tariffs

Electrek

Volvo is reportedly shifting EV production to Belgium ahead of schedule. Production of the new Volvo EX30 and EX90 is moving to Belgium to avoid expected tariffs on electric vehicles made in China.

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ExxonMobil announces 6th oil discovery offshore Guyana with Ranger-1; Guyana may move from non-producer to regional powerhouse

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Report: $25,000 Tesla EV set for 2025 production

Green Car Reports

Tesla’s $25,000 electric car is back on—and it may be due for production as soon as next year, according to a report citing several separate sources within the company.

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GM’s Factory Zero leaving ‘production hell’ 

Teslarati

General Motors’ (GM) battery plant in Michigan, named Factory Zero, is leaving production hell. General Motors has been experiencing its own version of production hell with Factory Zero. The term ‘production hell’ was first coined when Tesla struggled to ramp up Model 3 production a few years ago.

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Faurecia and Accenture partner on products and services for connected and autonomous vehicles

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