FridayAug 21, 2020 1:50 pm

Net Element Inc. (NASDAQ: NETE) Announces Merger Agreement with Internationally Distributed EV Company

NETE, Mullen Technologies sign definitive merger agreement Newly formed company will be dedicated to development of environmentally friendly, affordable technology offering energy solutions Agreement calls for Net Element’s wholly owned, newly formed subsidiary to acquire all outstanding shares of Mullen Net Element (NASDAQ: NETE), a global financial technology and value-added solutions group, has signed a definitive merger agreement with Mullen Technologies Inc. The agreement outlines a stock-for-stock reverse merger plan resulting in Mullen, a privately held electric vehicle company, and its stockholders owning a majority of the outstanding stock in the post-merger company ( “We are excited to move forward…

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FridayAug 21, 2020 12:00 pm

3 Smart Ways to Spend Less While Using Your Residential EV Charger

Several people who have bought EV chargers simply charge their vehicles and forget about them once they have charged their cars. Such people don’t have the information on how to save money using the home charging system. By following some of these steps, you will save more while using your residential charger. Use the off-peak hours in charging your EV The owners of the EVs have been using a designed utility plan of peak, mid-peak and off-peak hours in charging their vehicles. These car owners have been consuming a lot of energy, especially during the peak hours since it is…

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ThursdayAug 20, 2020 2:00 pm

Lithium-Ion vs. Lead Acid Batteries: Which is More Environmentally Friendly?

Several ways can be used in determining whether a product is eco-friendly or not. Li-ion batteries do not have dangerous materials, whereas lead-acid batteries contain such dangerous substances like lead. The two types of cells can be recycled though as of now it is the lead-acid batteries that are being recycled on a larger scale globally. However, considering the effect of these batteries on the environment and the amount of carbon produced should be essential than their lifespan. The frequent use of carbon materials leads to its accumulation; hence the following factors should always be put into consideration: The extraction…

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ThursdayAug 20, 2020 10:30 am

How Cities Can Better Avail EV Charging Infrastructure

For the owner of an electric vehicle, the question that may always be lingering on your mind is: is it easy charging my cells on the road while traveling? Your wish is always to have a successful day with your car rather than endlessly looking for charging stations. However, it has been noted that most of these charging stations for EVs are either not working or are unavailable. Cities can still give the drivers a sigh of relief by establishing these charging stations. By doing the following, several cities can beat the threshold in developing these infrastructures for EV drivers.…

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WednesdayAug 19, 2020 3:30 pm

How Electric Vehicles Can Help Rebuild the Auto Industry

2020 threw a curveball no one could have expected. Four months into the year, the country was seeing Depression Era levels of unemployment, and the situation has grown worse. With movement and commerce at an all-time low due to social distancing and self-isolation protocols, industries like food service and airline travel have suffered severe losses. The auto industry hasn’t been spared either, with domestic automakers seeing their sales plummet by nearly one half from a year ago in the first quarter of the year. However, as dire as the situation is, it presents a new opportunity. Most developed countries already…

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WednesdayAug 19, 2020 2:00 pm

What Could Happen If Batteries Outlasted the EVs They Power?

Electric cars are without a doubt the vehicles of the future. It has become clear just how much of a negative impact fossil fuels have on the environment, and phasing out internal combustion engines is one of the first steps towards achieving a green future. Not only do they run on clean energy, but they have zero emissions, something traditional vehicles can’t claim. One area both kinds of vehicles remain tied is in the range: most modern vehicles, whether electric or traditional, have an average maximum range of 200,000 miles. That may change soon, however, if a flurry of recent…

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TuesdayAug 18, 2020 3:45 pm

How Telematics Could Help Establish an EV Battery Standard

Electric vehicles have long left the realm of sci-fi and imagination for reality. In fact, plenty of developed governments are looking into phasing out internal combustion-engined vehicles in exchange for EVs over this decade in a bid to reduce their carbon footprints. Although the technology is fairly new, governments, automakers, and investors are dedicating millions of dollars to further develop and perfect EVs. However, one issue that has stood in the way of widespread EV adoption is the lack of an industry-wide EV battery standard. According to Shams Kanji, the manager of technical sales engineering at Morey, limited driving range,…

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TuesdayAug 18, 2020 12:30 pm

Buyer’s Checklist When Shopping for an Electric Vehicle

It’s all about green, renewable energy these days. While fossil energy has certainly brought us far, it does more harm than good for the environment. Electric cars are without a doubt the most mainstream representation of green energy right now. If you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint, EVs are the way to go: they run on electricity and have zero emissions. However, buying an electric car is an entirely different process from buying a conventional car. Here are some of the things you will have to consider before going green; What are your driving habits? Electric vehicles have an…

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ThursdayAug 13, 2020 2:15 pm

Your Questions About Charging an EV at Home, Answered

If you have ever thought about going green and switching to an electric car, you must have considered exactly how you would charge and recharge it. Unlike the nascent EV industry, combustion engine vehicles have been around for decades and the infrastructure needed to keep them running is basically sewn into the fabric of civilization. But, if you’re buying a sweet new electric car, there are fewer resources at hand, and you probably have a ton of questions about how you’ll charge it, especially at home. You may also be wondering how long it takes to fully charge an electric…

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ThursdayAug 13, 2020 11:15 am

Australian Government Earmarks $3.5M to Lower EV Charging Costs

Like most developed countries, Australia is planning on phasing out internal combustion-engined vehicles in exchange for environmentally-friendly electric vehicles over the next decade. Back in 2019, the Labor Party revealed an “ambitious” plan to have 50% of all new car sales be EVs by 2030. At the time, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (“FCAI”) said that “anything is possible” provided the required infrastructure and buyer incentives are made available. The Australian government has since committed $21 million in funding to public charging infrastructure through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (“ARENA”). In June, Australian electric charging provider Jet Charge received…

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