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Volvo to build electric XC90 and its battery packs in South Carolina in 2022

2021 Volvo XC40 RechargeVolvo revealed in October, amid the preview of the upcoming XC40 Recharge electric crossover, that an electric version of its next-generation XC90 SUV will be built at Volvo’s plant in Ridgeville, South Carolina, near Charleston. Now Volvo has confirmed a battery plant will be part of a plant expansion to accommodate it and other…

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Dubai start-up Cafu expands to Oman in regional growth push

Dubai-based start-up Cafu is expanding its fuel-delivery operations to Oman, marking its first international market entry since it began services in November 2018.

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Maddy Goes Electric — Great Series For EV Newbies

I have followed Robert Llewellyn and his YouTube channel Fully Charged since it launched almost a decade ago, and it has been very educational and so much fun. Robert’s sense of telling the stories about electric vehicles to the not very tech savvy crowd has really paid off

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Climate Joy Week #41: Microsoft Pledges to Become Carbon Negative, Colgate Launches Vegan-Certified Toothpaste and more…

Welcome to this week’s edition of our Climate Joy series. This week has brought forth good environmental tidings especially when you consider that rain has finally come to Australia (as many of you may be aware, EWP headquarters is in Australia) and given the country’s devastating bushfires and drought, this latest development is a joyful one for…

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Da Costa blames “wrong information” for last-lap defeat

In an action-packed race, Da Costa rose from 10th on the grid to lead on lap 37 of 40 after a robust overtake on his BMW Andretti replacement Maximilian Gunther, only to be repassed with just three corners to go. He eventually crossed the line more than two seconds adrift of first-time FE victor Gunther after reaching a critical battery temperature aboard his E-TENSE FE20 in the dying moments of …Keep reading

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Electric emergency vehicles: Tropos Motors shows how to start small

Tropos Motors FRV - CES 2020The larger-scale electrification of big, task-oriented municipal vehicles like fire trucks, ambulances, and even dump trucks is bound to happen eventually. Sometimes, the bluntest, heaviest tool for the job really isn’t the best one for the task anyway. And a startup called Tropos Motors aims to prove exactly that point—by making…

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That NHTSA Tesla “Sudden Unintended Acceleration” Petition? Created By A TSLA Short Seller Who Doesn’t Own A Tesla

First of all, I’ll say that I think we f***ed up by publishing an article on this topic that lacked important context and included misleading framing. I think that stemmed from trusting the reporting of a couple of normally good and thorough publications, and also from not digging deeply enough into the story independently

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BYOD: Helping the Enterprise Become More Sustainable and Green

Most companies are trying to implement green initiatives to help minimize our carbon footprint. But, it can be an expensive endeavor. Changing existing manufacturing processes will need a bigger upfront capital, while setting up a greener data center means moving to another location. The road to greener pastures and sustainabilityContinue Reading

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Global cumulative installed capacity of small wind turbines increase more than fivefold from 912.6 Megawatts in 2014 to 4.8 Gigawatts by 2025

LONDON, UK – Global cumulative installed capacity of small wind turbines will increase more than fivefold within a decade. From 912.6 megawatts (MW) in 2014 to 4.8 gigawatts (GW) by 2025 at an impressive Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 16.4% according to research and consulting firm GlobalData. The company’sContinue Reading

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Santiago E-Prix: Gunther grabs win with last-lap pass on da Costa

Gunther, who lost a maiden podium last time out in Saudi Arabia for overtaking under the safety car, claimed his first FE win, with polesitter and longtime leader Mitch Evans rounding out the podium for Jaguar.
At the start, Evans held the lead off the line, while Mahindra Racing’s Pascal Wehrlein forced his way by Gunther – who had started second – on the tight off-track approach to Turn …Keep reading

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