FridayJan 22, 2021 2:42 pm

Clean Power Capital Corp. (CSE: MOVE) (OTC: MOTNF) (FWB: 2K6A) Welcomes California Planned $1.5B Stimulus for Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure

The proposed allocation of these funds is in alignment with investee PowerTap’s plans to begin rollout of its hydrogen fueling stations network in the second half of the year PowerTap will generate additional revenue to finance its hydrogen infrastructure by participating in the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard Carbon credit program Hydrogen fueling adoption advocate and auto racing entrepreneur George Steinbrenner IV is appointed to PowerTap’s advisory board, will bring his commitment to sustainability and influence to help promote company’s hydrogen production and dispensing technology Investment holding company Clean Power Capital (CSE: MOVE) (OTC: MOTNF) (FWB: 2K6A) welcomed a California…

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FridayJan 22, 2021 10:45 am

Chinese Automaker Unveils Autonomous Driving System to Challenge Tesla Inc.’s (NASDAQ: TSLA)

With only a couple of electric vehicle models under its belt, Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) managed to become the largest car company in the world, surpassing companies that had been in the game for much longer. But despite its lofty perch at the top of the young EV industry, the California-based EV maker faces stiff competition from upcoming Chinese ventures. Chinese EV makers such as Xpeng and NIO Inc. (NYSE: NIO) produce high-quality electric vehicles (“EVs”), and they are looking to dominate the growing China market, the largest EV market in the world. In a not-so-subtle challenge to Tesla’s autonomous…

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ThursdayJan 21, 2021 3:00 pm

Kenya Wildlife Conservation Efforts to Benefit from Donation of New Electric Safari Vehicle

The shift to electric vehicles (“EVs”) began at a relatively slow rate with offerings such as the Tesla Roadster, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV and the Nissan Leaf. However, as the technology constantly improves and consumer demand increases, EV startups, automakers such as GM and BMW, and even companies that don’t usually produce vehicles have joined the EV bandwagon. Powered by rechargeable lithium-ion battery packs, electric vehicles produce minimal emissions at the tail, and are cheaper to fuel and maintain over their lifetime. In a move that may set a precedent for wildlife conservation, a Poland-based yacht company has created an electric…

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WednesdayJan 20, 2021 2:15 pm

Sony Corp. (NYSE: SNE) Begins Public Road Tests on Upcoming EV

Over the past decade, electric vehicle (“EV”) makers such as Tesla have proved that EVs are a much cleaner viable transport option than conventional combustion engine vehicles. However, the young EV industry hasn’t been confined to only EV makers; several automakers such as General Motors, Toyota and BMW have thrown their hats into the EV arena. Now Sony (NYSE: SNE), a company that doesn’t even produce vehicles, has announced that it has begun testing its upcoming electric vehicle on public roads. Dubbed the Vision-S, Sony’s first electric vehicle weighs 5,180 pounds and is powered by two 200 kilowatt motors, one…

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TuesdayJan 19, 2021 2:30 pm

Colorado Springs Gears Up for Surge in EVs

Colorado Springs is home to a small but growing community of electric vehicle (“EV”) drivers. The city boasts close to 2,300 electric vehicles, and according to projections, the number of EVs is expected to explode in the next two to three years, says Khaled Salem, Distributed Energy Strategies engineer supervisor at Colorado Springs Utilities. In anticipation of this influx of electric vehicles in the coming years, Utilities is evaluating where it can install and maintain EV charging stations. By all indications, more and more Americans are expected to buy EVs over time. Although they can be quite expensive, electric cars…

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FridayJan 15, 2021 12:30 pm

5 EV Launches Expected in 2021

Despite being a doozy of a year for most industries, 2020 saw the young electric vehicle (“EV”) sector enjoy increased sales and make groundbreaking technological advancements. Several new start-ups joined the industry with new and exciting designs, and Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) surpassed Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE: TM) and General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) to become the most valuable car company in the world. With a host of new electric vehicle models being launched this year, EV makers may have an even better run in 2021. European Tesla Model Y. After the Model 3 exceeded all expectations when it was launched,…

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ThursdayJan 14, 2021 9:45 am

New App Facilitates Sharing of Private EV Charging Facilities

Electric vehicles (“EVs”) are poised to take over the roads within the next a decade or two. However, that dream won’t become a reality until we address one of the electric vehicle’s biggest challenges: insufficient charging infrastructure. Incentives and rebates from utilities, vehicle dealerships and the federal government have made EVs much more affordable, and in the long run, they cost less to fuel and maintain. Still, plenty of drivers won’t make the switch because they worry about running out of power in the middle of nowhere, miles from the nearest charger. Range anxiety is a major issue, and while…

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WednesdayJan 13, 2021 2:30 pm

Norwegians Bought More Electric Vehicles Than ICE Vehicles as 2020 Ended

For a while now, much of the world has been dead set on reducing reliance on fossil fuels in a bid to reverse, or at least stop, human-made climate change. To achieve this ambitious goal, several countries have pledged to ban the sale of new internal-combustion-engine (“ICE”) vehicles over the next few decades. Europe undoubtedly leads the pack, with European countries introducing the most ambitious green-energy timelines in the world. Dubbed by some as the “most EV friendly” country in the world, Norway stands at the very top in terms of EV adoption, and it has the numbers to prove…

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TuesdayJan 12, 2021 12:30 pm

VW Designs Autonomous Robot to Charge Electric Vehicles

The electric vehicle (“EV”) industry is a highly innovative space, and EV makers are constantly working on refining EV battery and charging technology. As 2020 drew to a close, Volkswagen Group Components rolled out a prototype of an autonomous mobile electric vehicle charger. The robot can reportedly navigate parking lots with ease, recharge an EV and head back to its outpost, all on its own. The German automaker plans on building and selling 1.5 million electric vehicles by 2025, and it has pledged to launch dozens of EV models over the next decade. The company created the prototype robot to…

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MondayJan 11, 2021 12:22 pm

New Optimism for EVs in 2021 Drives Growth Opportunities for ev Transportation Services Inc.

The new year, with a pro-EV president and recent inclusion into a regional municipal group purchasing program, creates exciting potential for evTS evTS’s vehicles and fleet-management solutions designed to provide environmentally friendly platform New 2021 FireFly ESV model offers attractive updated features, upgrade options The election of a new pro-EV president, and an agreement to sell its all-electric utility vehicles through a group purchasing program, represents significant potential for ev Transportation Services. Founded in 2015, the company’s focus on its electric vehicle (“EV”) manufacturing mission could be seeing an impressive payoff in the coming months. President-elect Joe Biden, who will…

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