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Virginia could sever its tie with California’s electric car rule. Will it matter?

California has banned the sale of gasoline-only vehicles by 2035. After that, all new cars, trucks, and SUVs must be electric, with an exception for one-fifth of new vehicles to be gasoline/electric hybrids. At least 17 states are tied to California’s emissions standards, including Virginia, according to Attorney General Jason …

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Biden administration picks ex-Chicago, DC transportation chief to lead electric vehicle charging program – KION546

By Matt McFarland, CNN Business Gabe Klein, who headed the transportation departments in Washington, DC and Chicago, will lead the Biden administration’s $7.5 billion program to expand the nation’s electric vehicle charging network. Klein will serve as executive director of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, which was created …

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Drive Electric Week aims to electrify motorists

Skeptics ask, “How are we going to charge 35 million electric vehicles in California with a power grid that can barely handle air conditioning?” Kent Bullard, field representative for Ventura County Electric Vehicle Advocates, hopes to share answers at upcoming events celebrating National Electric Driving Week, which runs Sept. 23 …

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A look at California’s lofty EV goals and their impact on the power grid – Times-Herald

California has ambitious goals for electric vehicles by 2035 while working to keep its electric grid in good working order during heat waves. Today we look at some projections for electric vehicles and their potential impact on electricity demand. According to electric vehicle infrastructure company Future Energy, the average cost …

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Chevrolet electrifies the Motor City with 3 new electric vehicles

DETROIT, Michigan – A small but “electric” crowd attended the first Detroit auto show in two years, with most of the buzz centering on US President Joe Biden’s visit and his $900 funding announcement. million US dollars for electric vehicle infrastructure. Fittingly, Chevrolet showed off a trio of electric vehicles …

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California Governor Opposes Wealthy Tax in Statewide TV Ad

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Governor Gavin Newsom wants voters to reject a new tax on the wealthy that would pay for more electric vehicles in the nation’s most populous state, warning in a new television ad on the statewide that a measure on the November ballot will not help …

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No, electric cars are not reserved for the elite and do not cause breakdowns

Regarding “Not Everyone Can Afford an Electric Car” (Letters to the Editor, September 8): Michael Santos accuses me, in my letter (“Ready for Electric Cars”, August 28), to assume that a $20,000 to $30,000 range is affordable for everyone. Obviously, Mr. Santos missed the last line of my letter, mentioning …

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California considering tax to fund electric vehicles and charging infrastructure

California’s Proposition 30 will allow residents to vote on a tax increase for those earning more than $2 million a year to fund incentives for electric vehicles and charging infrastructure. According to the upcoming ballot initiative, to help fund California’s aggressive climate goals and help the state transition to electric …

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California’s green dream could become a nightmare

OPINION: “Well, they’re out there having fun in that hot California sun”– (1964 song from The Rivieras) California has become an example of what a state looks like when it’s controlled by a single party — in this case, the Democrats — trying to impose a secular, green-powered religion on …

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California again urges residents not to charge electric vehicles over busy travel weekend

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com California’s power grid operator called on residents to further reduce their electricity use this week, warning of worsening grid conditions amid a record-breaking heat wave. California’s Independent System Operator (CAISO) warned on Sunday that it is “escalating its call for consumers to reduce their …

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17 states are considering adopting California’s electric car mandate

MINNEAPOLIS, AP — Seventeen states whose vehicle emission standards tie to rules set in California are facing big decisions about whether to follow that state’s toughest new rules that require all new cars, vans and SUVs are electric or hydrogen. by 2035. Under the Clean Air Act, states must meet …

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Most Americans still aren’t ready to buy electric vehicles

Most Americans are still unconvinced to buy electric cars despite the federal government’s multi-billion dollar efforts to promote the vehicles. A 54% majority of American adults think electric cars are inconvenient, compared to 28% who say they are practical for most drivers, according to Rasmussen Reports’ latest national phone and …

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Volvo Trucks shares lessons learned from electric truck pilot project

The Volvo Low Impact Green Heavy Transport Solutions (LIGHTS) project, which ran from 2019 to 2022 in the Southern California Coast Airshed, has come to an end. Volvo Trucks North America, together with 14 public and private partners*, shared lessons learned from the $44.8 million pilot project**, which is expected …

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2 stocks of high-yield materials should benefit from demand for electric vehicles and semiconductors

Efforts to transition to electric vehicles are gaining momentum, with states like California establishing new legislation banning the sale of new combustion vehicles by 2035. Additionally, the Science and Chips Act of 2022 will allocate billions of dollars in tax credits to semiconductor companies to build new manufacturing facilities. Here …

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California approves ban on new gas-powered car sales by 2035

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGTV) — California took a historic step Thursday to make a dent in our state’s climate goals. The state voted to ban the sale of new gas-powered cars by 2035. This means that new cars must be zero-emission vehicles, i.e. electric or hydrogen. But there are concerns about …

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People are talking about the roar of the Dodge EV muscle car

Hey, did you hear this one? Don’t worry, you will – if Dodge has anything to say about it. Dodge, which is owned by Stellantis, is making a lot of noise about its Dodge Charger Daytona SRT electric muscle car and we’re not just talking about marketing. “Today we bring …

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Lincoln launches the electric and autonomous concept car model L100

Lincoln’s latest concept car is both a nod to the luxury brand’s past and a glimpse into its electric and technologically advanced future. Ford Motor Co.’s luxury division showcased the Lincoln Model L100 Concept at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California on Thursday, where Lincoln is the featured marque …

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A frustrating hassle that holds electric cars back: broken chargers

The federal government is handing out billions of dollars to encourage people to buy electric vehicles. Automakers are building new factories and scouring the world for raw materials. And so many people resent the waiting lists for battery cars going on for months. The electric vehicle revolution is almost here, …

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Foxconn will build a Monarch electric tractor at its Ohio plant starting in the first quarter of 2023

Taiwanese group Hon Hai Technology, better known as Foxconn, has signed a manufacturing contract with Zimeno Inc DBA Monarch Tractor to build next-generation agricultural equipment and batteries at the factory in Lordstown, Ohio. Foxconn completed the acquisition of the factory this year from EV startup Lordstown Motors, which in turn …

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Submetering for EV Drivers in California

Picture: PG&E A submetering protocol was introduced by the California PUC to accelerate the growth of electric vehicles (EVs). The protocol, along with the communication protocols for electric vehicle charging equipment, aims to allow users of plug-in electric vehicles to take advantage of special off-peak electric vehicle charging rates without …

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Phoenix Motor Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2022 Financial Results Schedule and Conference Call

ANAHEIM, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Phoenix Motor Inc. (Nasdaq: PEV) (“Company” or “Phoenix Motorcars”), a leading manufacturer of all-electric mid-duty vehicles, today announced that it will report results for the second quarter of 2022 after market close on Monday, August 15, 2022. This release will be followed by an investor conference call at …

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How to save on solar panels, electric vehicles and appliances with Democrats’ new climate bill

CNN — The Democrats’ new tax and clean energy bill is a big deal for climate and energy conservation. With nearly $370 billion for energy programs and tax incentives, it represents the largest climate investment in US history. In addition to the U.S. emissions reductions it will bring, there’s a …

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Faraday Future Provides Update on California Electric Vehicle Plant

Faraday Future provided further updates on the progress of its North American manufacturing facility and unveiled the official name of the production facility located in Hanford, California, which will now be identified as “FF ieFactory California”. . This facility will lead production of the TechLuxury FF 91 EV, which will …

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Northwest Territories works to encourage more residents to choose electric vehicles

“Even though it currently seems like the adoption of electric vehicles is limited and some barriers seem somehow insurmountable, we have to plan to start doing it because in five years it will be too late.” The federal government has committed to achieving a mandatory zero-emission vehicle sales target of …

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Would you pay $300,000 for a used GMC Hummer EV?

Thanks to ongoing supply chain issues, used car prices are skyrocketing. Particularly in the United States, where the “I want it and I want it now” mentality seems most prevalent. And while many of you may think paying $15,000 over MSRP for a used Ford Mustang Mach-E or Volkswagen ID.4 …

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Electricity is expensive. Drivers shouldn’t pay for it

Comment this story Comment With the rush to adopt electric vehicles, charging networks are rolling out in every country, government support is growing, and automakers are promising a slew of green cars. Yet even if all of this happens, it’s worth asking how the power grids will handle the demand …

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EV Tip: A Public Charging Program Can Work

The second week of July marked EV Week in Canada, with new charging station announcements across the country. It also came months after Toronto announced the official adoption of a street charging pilot program, which was piloted nearly two years ago. This program, which was launched by the City of …

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Tesla Semi spotted in Colfax, CA

A Tesla Semi was spotted heading west along Interstate 80 in Colfax, California. The EV automaker appears to have stepped up testing on its Class 8 truck recently. Reddit user u/bookseller shared a short clip of the Tesla Semi crossing I-80 in Colfax. Some Cyber ​​Rodeo attendees recognized the Tesla …

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Will Florida’s Improved Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Convince People to Buy an Electric Vehicle?

The Department of Energy reported that electric vehicle sales increased 85% nationally between 2020 and 2021. Florida ranks second behind California with nearly 96,000 electric vehicles registered, compared to 58,000 a year ago. Electric vehicles represent only about one percent cars on Florida roads. Along with the high price of …

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BitNile subsidiary TurnOnGreen has received state, federal and utility certifications for its electric vehicle chargers

LAS VEGAS, July 18, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BitNile Holdings, Inc. (NYSE American: NILE) today announced that its green energy and power supply technology subsidiary, TurnOnGreen, Inc. (“Turn onGreen“), has several level 2 electric vehicles (“VE“) chargers and DC fast chargers approved for rebate by the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (“CALe-VIP“) and …

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1,500 Tesla Powerwall owners have already joined the new virtual power plant in California

PG&E announced that more than 1,500 Tesla Powerwall owners have already decided to join the new virtual power plant launched in partnership with Tesla in California. A virtual power plant (VPP) consists of distributed energy storage systems, like Tesla Powerwalls, used in concert to provide grid services and avoid the …

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Hyundai partners with Turo to encourage Canadians to rent electric vehicles

Breadcrumb Links New vehicles Electric vehicles You can try an electric vehicle through the car-sharing program and then get $500 if you buy one Hyundai has announced a partnership with Turo for short-term electric vehicle leasing Photo by Hyundai Canada Content of the article If you’ve always wanted to try …

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Electric vehicle makers gain ground on Tesla as Chinese threat looms

The Cadillac Lyriq will continue Tesla sales. (Photo by Chen Dongqiu/VCG via Getty Images) VCG via Getty Images You’re here TSLA sales forecasts may look bad, but the future is positive. Although the electric car maker’s share of the US market is expected to fall over the next 4 years, …

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Beam Global Wins New State

SAN DIEGO, June 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global beam( BEEM, BEEMW), the leading provider of innovative sustainable products and technologies for electric vehicle charging, energy storage, energy security and outdoor media, announced that the State of California has awarded Contract #1 -22-61-16 for the supply of electric vehicles. ARC™ …

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Tesla Model Y Berlin Version Vs Shanghai Version: What’s the Difference?

Tesla has started producing Model Y crossovers at its brand new factory near Berlin, Germany. Before the European site went live, people from various parts of the continent were taking delivery of imported Model Ys made in China. Are there any notable differences between Tesla models produced in different factories? …

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130 electric vehicle charging for schools in California, + EV program!

We are entering a new era and California is leading the way – as it has been for years decades. Everyone knows that the automotive market is becoming electrified and that electric school buses are slowly making their way into school bus fleets. The utility Pacific Gas and Electric Company …

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Hyundai Ioniq 6 reveal, Cadillac Lyriq review, Toyota EV tax credit sunset: The reverse week

Why are electric vehicles as a group so prone to problems, according to a respected study? What could the EPA Supreme Court ruling mean for your electric vehicle‘s carbon footprint? Here’s our look back at the week inside out – right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending July …

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Tesla analysts cut EV delivery forecast after turbulent Chinese quarter

Elon Musk speaks at the opening of Tesla’s Giga factory in Berlin near Gruenheide, Germany, on March 22. Getty Images Tesla started the second quarter with a tear after starting 2022 with its biggest profit and highest vehicle deliveries in company history, fueled by booming business in China. But a …

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Average residential electricity price below 15¢/kWh in 2021 in most US states

As consumers begin to switch from gas-powered vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs), the price of electricity is becoming a new area of ​​concern for motorists. Although the focus is often on states with the highest electricity prices, most states (38 states plus the District of Columbia) had average residential electricity …

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Nickel is a key element in electric vehicles – but its exploitation has an environmental impact

Greg Dipple wants to turn nickel mine waste into large-scale carbon sinks. The idea, which he developed over two decades, would reduce the environmental impact of mining highly sought-after metals for electric vehicle batteries. “We can see a path to nickel mining in the future where it will produce a …

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Hydrogen cars: fuel cell electric vehicles explained

Electric and hybrid cars are growing in popularity, in part because they help reduce the amount of carbon emissions released into the atmosphere. But they’re not the only option for more eco-friendly driving. Hydrogen fuel cell electric cars sound like science fiction, but these vehicles have been around longer than …

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Kroger adds electric vehicle charging stations as part of sustainability drive

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – Kroger is adding electric vehicle charging stations to its stores across the country. The Cincinnati-based grocery giant is adding hundreds of electric vehicle charging stations to stores in select markets. The stations are the result of a collaboration with Blink, Electrify America, EVgo, Tesla and Volta. Ohio …

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Mullen announces the hiring of Ric

BREA, Calif., May 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWire — Mullen Automotive, Inc.. ( MULN) (“Mullen” or the “Company”), an emerging electric vehicle (“EV”) manufacturer, today announced the hiring of Richard Curtis as President of International Operations for Mullen Automotive. Prior to joining Mullen Automotive, Curtis was President of …

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Kia is expanding its EV plans; Addition of one per year until 2029

Kia will launch a 576-hp GT variant of its EV6 battery-electric vehicle later this year, giving chase to the high-performance version of the Tesla Model Y. But that’s just one of the all-electric models the southern automaker -Korean will bring to the American market this decade. Kia has confirmed that …

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Can’t find an electric car to buy? It’s partly our fault

As the United States belatedly jumps on the electric vehicle bandwagon and people everywhere scramble to find cars on dealer lots, potential buyers in New Hampshire face a self-imposed hurdle with an awkwardly named: ZEV/LEV. This acronym, which stands for zero- and low-emission vehicles, describes a clean air program originated …

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How trucks became the new symbol of American luxury

Morgan Korn, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Isaac Marchionna was always a loyal SUV owner until he transformed his Toyota 4Runner into a Ford F-150 Raptor, a massive 450 horsepower, 510 lb-ft of torque truck, there. three years old. Marchionna, who lives in Oregon, originally bought the $72,000 pickup to …

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Polestar begins delivery of “Polestar 2” electric vehicles to Hertz

Polestar has started delivering new Polestar 2 electric cars to Hertz. Currently, Hertz is already rolling out the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y, and plans to roll out 65,000 Polestar vehicles in five years. (Photo: TOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP via Getty Images)Visitors view a Polestar 2 car at the International …

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California truckers can now convert their big diesel rigs to hydrogen electric power

ROCHESTER, NY – Truck drivers in California now have the option to convert their older diesel rigs to fuel cell electric trucks. Hyzon Motors, which develops zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell electric utility vehicles, announced on Tuesday that the California Air Resources Board has certified its Class 8, 7 and 6 …

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How a single part could change the automotive industry

The wiring harness is a low cost car part that connects the wires together. But producing the parts caused problems in the auto industry. Some predict that this simple piece could accelerate the shift from gasoline-powered cars to electric cars. The war in Ukraine has limited the supply of the …

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Tesla to cut 10% of staff over ‘bad feelings’

Photo: Christian Marquart (Getty Images) Tesla boss Elon Musk told executives at the electric car maker he needed to cut staff dramatically, Ford outlined plans for a $3.7 billion investment in electric vehicles and Stellantis was charged for selling vehicles that do not meet emission standards. All this and more …

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How the Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickup can power your home for 10 days

Turning a Ford F-150 Lightning into a backup generator means you can keep the lights on during power outages. Here is the additional equipment you will need to use the EV battery to power a home. Spend an afternoon driving the Ford F-150 Lightning through the vineyards and redwood-shaded back …

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Genesis maintains the GV60 tax credit on leases

Genesis reserves a $7,500 tax credit when consumers lease the all-new GV60. Although the high-tech luxury crossover is the brand’s first electric vehicle, dealer incentive bulletins reveal that leasing a GV60 can be a bad idea if you’re looking to get the best deal possible. Unfortunately, this may not be …

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US automakers are investing in electric vehicle battery factories. Why?

Over the past year or so, automakers have committed billions of dollars to bolster their battery production. Ford is building a plant in Kentucky. General Motors is working with appliance maker LG to develop a battery plant in Michigan. Last week, Hyundai announced it was spending $5.5 billion on a …

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Electric cars are cheaper to own in New Jersey than California

(Bloomberg) — Which is cheaper to buy, a gas-powered or electric car? The answer might surprise you. Whether new or used, gas-powered or purely plug-in, in recent months the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) on all cars in the United States have caused a serious sticker shock. In April, the …

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Electric vehicles are leading the charge for electrification

Several groups are studying the impact of electrification on the US electrical system, including the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Colorado and its research partners, including the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), and national laboratories such as Lawrence Berkeley and Oak Ridge. NREL, as part of its study on …

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Sila’s high-efficiency battery anode to power Mercedes-Benz’s electric SUV

A concept version of the electric Mercedes EQG in Munich, Germany, debuted in September 2021. DeFodi Images via Getty Images Mercedes-Benz plans to use a high-efficiency battery anode in a new electric SUV to be supplied by Sila, an upstart battery materials company led by an early Tesla engineer who …

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America’s power grid has a $2 trillion problem

Bringing America to the goals of carbon-free electricity generation by 2035 and net-zero economy by 2050 with increased electric vehicle transportation and renewable energy installations will require massive investments in obsolete power transmission lines and the construction of thousands of kilometers of new lines. The undertaking is huge, and it …

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Report: Electric vehicle registrations increase by 60% in the first quarter of 2022

Electric vehicle (EV) registrations jumped 60% in the first quarter of 2022, representing a record 4.6% of all new vehicle registrations in the United States, according to financial data firm Experian. According to Automotive News, Experian reported that 158,689 new electric vehicles were registered in the first three months of …

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Arcimoto appoints Chief Product Officer and Chief

EUGENE, Ore., May 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Arcimoto, Inc.® (NASDAQ: FUV), maker of right-sized, incredibly fun, and ultra-efficient electric vehicles for moving people and things, named Lynn Yeager as Chief Experience Officer and Dwayne Lum as Chief Product Officer. “I am thrilled to welcome Lynn and Dwayne to Arcimoto, …

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Congresswoman Barragán and LACI All “EVs For All Act” to Bring Electric Car Sharing and Charging to Public Housing Residents Nationwide, Join Residents in Highlighting Benefits of Car Sharing Pilot Project zero emission LACI in Rancho San Pedro | National

SAN PEDRO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 6, 2022– Congresswoman Nanette Díaz Barragán (CA-44), author of the EVs For All Act (HR 6662) that would provide residents of 50 public housing projects nationwide with access to zero-emission cars and infrastructure for charging (alternative stations), joined San Pedro voters and Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator …

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Penske adds high-powered electric construction trucks from Orange EV to its fleet offering

Penske Truck Leasing today announced that it will be adding a series of Orange EV electric terminal trucks to its fleet of electric rental vehicles in the United States. Orange EV manufactures powerful terminal trucks suitable for trailer handling operations in truck parks, warehouse and distribution centers, container terminals and …

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0-60 to catch you speeding

Police departments in the United States have long used cars with big, powerful engines, like the Chevy Impala and Ford Explorer. However, recently police departments have switched to electric cars, such as Tesla. The latest to join the wave of electric police cars is in Texas, where Dallas County has …

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US plug-in sales hit a record high in the first quarter, led by Tesla and California

Sales of electric vehicles have hit an all-time high both in California and nationally, according to figures released by the California Energy Commission and interpreted by electric vehicle advocacy organization Veloz last week. And once again they were led by Tesla – by an astonishing lead, despite a series of …

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Is the Honda Clarity line officially cancelled?

Last year, Honda announced it was moving toward a goal of getting rid of diesel and gasoline-powered vehicles over the next two decades while experimenting with alternative fuel options. However, the automaker already has the Honda Clarity, which comes in battery-electric, fuel-cell and plug-in hybrid forms. Does the Clarity range …

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Hyundai Ioniq 5 and other electric vehicles to change the retail landscape

Cruising the winding curves of Highway 79 in Southern California, I test the quiet power of Hyundai’s new all-electric compact SUV. But really, I’m headed to pie country. Jilian’s Pie Company is near the end of the main street in the eponymous town and is best known for its Dutch …

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Nearly half of all Teslas built in Q1 had the LFP battery

Tesla has made a big fuss about switching its standard-line models to batteries made from lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cells, citing their many advantages, such as better material availability and lower cost. The manufacturer clarified that the LFP does not offer better weight, better efficiency or better energy density, but …

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California company plans world’s largest electric three-wheeler factory in India

Biliti Inc is the second after Fisker to announce major electric vehicle plans with a base in the state of Telangana. By : HT automatic office | Updated: April 19, 2022, 1:46 p.m. A sketch showing the proposed installation of Biliti in Telangana. The pace of Indian mobility electrification is …

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Texas cancels Tesla’s fast-charging plan

Texas is a walled garden of bigotry and hate. He prides himself on telling people what they can and cannot think, say or do in the name of freedom. For example, he’s so determined to avoid federal regulations that he’s built an entire power grid isolated from the rest of …

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Autonomy brings electric vehicle subscriptions to Orange County, spurring California expansion

SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Electric Vehicle Subscription Company Autonomythe cheapest, fastest and easiest way to get a Tesla Model 3, continues to expand its services in the state of Californiaadd Orange County as a new market coverage area, the company announced today. Scott Painter, co-founder and …

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Business Pulse – Looks like we’re gonna eat more chikin

In a few years, we might find it was a giant social experiment to find out how long people would stand in a parking lot waiting for chicken. Turns out Warren County residents will be waiting over an hour in drizzly conditions if it comes to Chick-fil-A. In what has …

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Think you’re ready for a microgrid? Answer these questions first

This article explores key microgrid questions and is written for those beginning the microgrid journey. It is part of the About Microgrids series from Microgrid Knowledge. *** When Peter Asmus began helping three communities create community micro-grids in California, a number of challenges arose. By pathdoc/Shutterstock.com First, proponents of microgrids …

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Greg Tarr, Indigo Tech: Creating Electric Vehicles That Tackle Urban Congestion

About 10 years ago (2012), an MIT project to develop smaller vehicles with comfortable suspension was started. In the process, Professor Ian Hunter, project leader at MIT, ended up creating an advanced suspension robot wheel, an all-in-one powertrain with simultaneous in-wheel electric propulsion and electric active suspension. The robot wheel …

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Does the 2022 Toyota Mirai Limited accomplish anything useful with its $66,000 price tag?

Electric vehicles (EVs) are certainly all the rage these days. However, these are not the only clean energy vehicles on the market. Some automakers are investing in hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in the hope that consumers will be lured by the promise of clean-energy vehicles with faster refueling …

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Why are electric vehicles so popular in British Columbia?

In British Columbia, the rate of electric vehicle sales again exceeds all other Canadian provinces and all US states, according to a new government report. British Columbians are switching from gas-powered cars to electric vehicles at a faster rate than anywhere in North America, according to a new report from …

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Is the Porsche Taycan expensive to maintain?

There’s no doubt that the Porsche Taycan costs a pretty penny to buy – starting at $80,000. But what about maintenance? This is an important question for anyone considering putting their hard-earned dough on a dream electric vehicle like the Taycan. Presentation of the Porsche Taycan Porsche Taycan GTS and …

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Washington passes bill to target all electric vehicle sales by 2030 – for real this time (Updated)

Washington State has set a goal that all 2030 or later model year vehicles sold, purchased, or registered in Washington State be electric vehicles. The bill was signed today by Governor Inslee, making Washington the state with the nation’s first all-electric new car target. A similar effort occurred once before, …

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How to forecast and manage the growth of electric vehicle charging

image: Close-up of an electric vehicle being charged. to see Continued Credit: Kindel Media One day, the demand for electricity to charge electric vehicles could overwhelm the power grid, unless the electricity sector is ready for the challenge. With a growing fleet of electric vehicles on the road, grid planners …

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Automakers double battery production

Several automakers are planning giant electric vehicle (EV) battery factories as they expect sales to skyrocket as governments curb the sale of gasoline and diesel cars. Meanwhile, other companies are already considering how to recycle and reuse their batteries as their first life cycle comes to an end. Northvolt has …

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Nasdaq approves Faraday Future’s plan to regain listing | John Lindt | business

Faraday Future announced that the Nasdaq Stock Market has accepted the company’s plan to restore compliance with Nasdaq Listing Rule 5250, which allows FF common stock and warrants to continue listing on the Nasdaq Global Select Market. . The Nasdaq has granted the company an extension until May 6, 2022 …

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Ford Motor Company is separating electric vehicles from traditional businesses, threatening massive job cuts and poverty wages

Ford Motor Company will separate the manufacture of electric vehicles (EVs) from its traditional gasoline vehicle sales business, the auto giant announced earlier this month. The official announcement was accompanied by a promise to invest huge sums in the global race for electric vehicle sales. Ford will invest $30 billion …

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Rent to own | wellandtribune.ca

For Emma Jarratt’s first vehicle purchase, the mother of two bought her 2019 Nissan Leaf without seeing it. “Some people I spoke to thought I was crazy for buying a car online,” she said. But Jarratt didn’t make his decision without practical experience. She first reserved and tested a Leaf …

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PG&E Corp. (PCG) and Ford (F) Collaborate on Two-Way Electric Vehicle Charging Technology at Customers’ Homes

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. Today, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (NYSE:PCG) and Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) announced a collaboration exploring how Ford’s new F-150 Lightning electric vehicle (EV), the first light-duty truck available in the commerce with bi-directional charging technology—can interact …

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GM electric vehicles to power homes

General Motors (NYSE:GM) on Tuesday announced a pilot program with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. in California that would make its electric vehicles capable of powering a home in the event of a power outage or grid outage. “That’s really important because that’s another benefit of owning an …

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Many Ford Mustang Mach-E trims can no longer be ordered

Ford reportedly stopped taking orders for two Mustang Mach-E versions due to excessive demand. According to Ford Authoritywhose site sources are “familiar with the matter”, the Blue Oval will not take any new orders for the Premium and California Route 1 trim levels for the remainder of the 2022 model …

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2 top EV stocks poised for a bull run

Maybe the sector has been beaten too much, or that’s the role oil (now up to $100 a barrel) is playing in current geopolitical events, but EV stocks rose sharply over the month. last. While a number of traditional automakers like Ford and General Motors are down about 10%, many …

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A left-right problem in the Palestinian Authority’s drive to be an ‘all-electric city’ | An alternative view | Diana Diamond

Will Palo Alto and other local cities have adequate distribution systems to go all-electric by 2030? Some utility experts say absolutely not – we don’t have the capacity to do that. Yet city council and staff are diving ahead, setting an ambitious goal to phase out natural gas in homes …

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North American fleets will be more environmentally friendly in the years to come

While sustainability for many means supporting the long-term ecological balance by not harming the environment or depleting natural resources, this means – for fleet managers – the use of more than zero-emission vehicles. To learn more about what to expect in terms of fleet and mobility in 2022, including a …

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BYD Receives Largest US Electric Truck Order From Einride

BYD has announced the largest order for all-electric trucks outside of Asia to date, placed in the United States by Swedish freight technology company Einride. In total, 200 The BYD 8TT Class 8 battery electric day cab trucks will be rolled out over the next twelve months starting in February. …

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Volvo tells dealers that electric vehicles will double their throughput

Volvo Cars has unveiled an ambitious product roadmap at its annual dealer meeting on Wednesday as the Swedish automaker accelerates towards an all-electric future. At the Miami conference, attended by around 800 Volvo dealers from across the Americas, company executives outlined plans to introduce seven new, redesigned electrified models over …

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Founders: Connect with influential movers and shippers during TC: Mobility 2022 sessions

If you can’t wait to get your revolutionary product out of the garage, onto the streets, or into customer driveways, we not so humbly suggest you do whatever it takes to attend the TC:Mobility 2022 sessions in San Mateo, CA. May 18 and 19. This is your chance to meet, …

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Tesla and Elon Musk no longer liked by liberals

Tesla was once beloved of the political left. With electric vehicles like the Tesla Model S and Model 3, Tesla has helped drive the auto industry’s push toward electric vehicles, which address traditional progressive causes such as climate change and air pollution. . However, due to their recent controversial actions, …

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Redwood Materials begins recycling batteries from Ford and Volvo electric vehicles

Redwood Materials, the battery recycling company of Tesla co-founder JB Straubel, has launched what it calls “the most comprehensive vehicle battery recycling programwith direct support from Ford Motor Company and Volvo Cars. Launched in California, the program aims to establish effective, safe and efficient recovery pathways for end-of-life hybrid and …

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Tesla comes under pressure from NY Retirement Fund over DFEH systemic racism claims

The New York State Common Retirement Fund is now urging Texas-based electric vehicle maker Tesla to disclose how much the company is spending to settle claims related to sexual harassment and racial discrimination. The Fund’s demands were filed in a shareholder proposal last week after the California Department of Fair …

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ACT: Half of Class 4-8 sales will be BEVs by 2035 – Fuel Smarts

charging infrastructure will affect BEV adoption rates in certain commercial applications. – Credit: ACT Research”/> Factors such as advances in battery technology and charging infrastructure will affect BEV adoption rates in certain commercial applications. Credit: ACT Research Class 4 to 8 battery electric vehicles already show a positive …

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Tesla Stock News: 6 Most Important Headlines TSLA Investors Need to Know This Week

The first full week of February 2022 is drawing to a close, and You’re here (NASDAQ:TSLA) reached a difficult stretch of road. Tesla stock news popped up everywhere, but it wasn’t all good. The electric vehicle (EV) innovator has received a nod from President Joe Biden, but roadblocks are still …

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Elon Musk’s Tesla helped make electric vehicles ‘possible in America’

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Wednesday recognized Tesla as a pioneer in the manufacture of electric vehicles in the United States. “We admire the range of American companies that have innovated, including Tesla, which has done so much to make electric vehicles possible in America,” Buttigieg said in an interview …

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Enevate signs lease for new headquarters, enabling significant expansion of its electric vehicle battery pre-production line

IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Enevate, a pioneering battery innovation company providing extremely fast-charging, high-energy-density battery technologies for electric vehicles (EVs) and other markets, announced that it had signed a lease for more than 125,000 square feet in Irvine, Calif., providing space for the expansion of its electric vehicle (EV) battery preproduction line …

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What Leondra Kruger, a potential candidate, could bring to the Supreme Court

But even in defeat, her colleagues remember, she showed remarkable composure. Called to litigate a high-profile case in 2012 that opened the Obama administration to accusations that it was hostile to religious freedom, for example, she faced nearly 30 minutes of rapid interrogations from the whole court. The case, involving …

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Uber calls for greater investment in downtown electric vehicles

Ride-sharing company Uber is urging the federal government to invest more in electric vehicles (EVs) in poor and downtown neighborhoods, arguing that those areas should be prioritized for new infrastructure. Uber made the call in a comment to the Department of Transportation as the DOT works to support the development …

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California is wrong on the EV mandate; Other states shouldn’t follow suit – InsideSources

An electric car charging station in Palm Springs, California. Notorious for its crime and exorbitant cost of living, California seems an odd choice for Pennsylvania to emulate. And yet, with the passage of California’s onerous electric vehicle rules, the Commonwealth would do just that. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection …

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Lucid Opens News Studio in Newport Beach, CA

Lucid announced the official opening of its new studio at Fashion Island in Newport Beach, CA, marking the 21st location in a growing network of Lucid studios and service centers across the country. Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID), setting new standards for its advanced luxury electric vehicles (EVs), today announced the …

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This Week’s Top Car Deals and Reviews – January 28, 2022

Over $10,000 in rebates can be up for grabs on the Kia EV6. Those looking for a new electric vehicle may find the 2022 Kia EV6 better to buy than lease due to a $7,500 federal tax credit and various state zero-emissions incentives. The Ford Bronco Raptor is not eligible …

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What happens when millions of electric car batteries age? – Orange County Registry

As California accelerates its push toward 100% zero-emission new car sales by 2035, hundreds of thousands of electric vehicle batteries will end their lives on the highway — and it’s unclear what will happen to them . Currently, many of the massive used batteries – the Tesla version weighs around …

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🌱 Omicron impacts restaurants + charges electric cars + needs blood

Hello people of San Diego! Bettyann Pernice here with a new San Diego Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and pleasant, Santa Ana winds. High: 66, Low: 44. Here are the top stories in San Diego today: Local restaurants suffer from surge of omicron variant. According to the Independent …

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Autonomy launches Tesla Model 3 EV subscription program | national news

SANTA MONICA, Calif., January 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — NextCar Holding Company (NXCR), the fintech and insurtech vehicle subscription platform founded by serial automotive retail, auto finance and insurtech entrepreneurs Scott Painter and George Bauer, launched a subscription program for electric vehicles and zero-emission vehicles starting with the Tesla Model 3, …

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Auto Dealership Groups: Strategic Electric Vehicle Charging Will Generate More Sales and Future-Proof Your Business

According to Bloomberg NEF’s Fourth Quarter 2021 Electrified Transportation Market Outlook, annual electric vehicle (EV) sales were on track to reach around 6.3 million units in 2021, and now over 500 vehicle models. zero emissions are available globally, up 37% since 2019. McKinsey predicts the favorable regulatory environment, rising consumer …

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5 Emerging Obstacles to Fleet Electrification in 2022

Electric vehicles are reaching new heights, even penetrating supply chain operations. However, while electrifying long-haul truck fleets would bring significant environmental benefits, it turns out to be a difficult task. Fleets must find ways to overcome these barriers to embrace sustainability. Zero-emission trucks are still relatively new, so some challenges …

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Delhi: Draft policy calls for up to 50% electric vehicles in aggregator fleet by 2023 | Latest Delhi News

The Delhi government will soon require all taxi aggregators and delivery companies operating in the city to ensure that up to 50% of new vehicles added to their fleet are electric vehicles (EVs) by March 31. 2023, said the state’s environment minister, Gopal Rai. On Saturday. According to the aggregators’ …

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Tesla Cybertruck production would be pushed back to 2023, delaying it yet again

The production date of Tesla Cybertruck would again be moved to a much later date. This time around, it’s been pushed back much further to 2023. (Photo: by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images)Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk verbally reacts to the all-new electric battery-powered Tesla Cybertruck with shattered …

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Porsche to compensate VWCV for not building flagship vehicle in Hanover

Last month, VW Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) announced that its Hanover site will build the flagship electric vehicle for Audi’s Artemis project from 2025, alongside the bodywork of a sister Bentley car. Originally, the factory was also to manufacture the Porsche variant of the same vehicle, but the luxury sports car …

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SPI Energy to Showcase Solar Panels, Residential Energy Storage Systems, EV Charger Solutions and its EV Solar Van at Intersolar

SANTA CLARA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / January 10, 2022 / SPI Energy Co., Ltd. (“SPI Energy” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: SPI), a global renewable energy company and supplier of solar and electric vehicle (EV) storage solutions to businesses, individuals, governments, logistics and utility customers, today announced that its wholly owned …

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Why the Lucid Air is more attractive than the Mercedes-Benz EQS

You could say that comparing electric vehicles is like comparing apples to apples, especially if you are of the school of thought that when the motor is gone, cars are essentially vehicles of interchangeable battery powered transport. But from what we’ve seen so far, in a short time, these BEVs …

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Explained: Breakthrough in battery technology

Shareholders of California-based QuantumScape Corp, a battery start-up backed by Volkswagen AG, approved a multibillion-dollar salary package for chief executive Jagdeep Singh, who could potentially receive stock options. valued at $ 2.3 billion, subject to the company meeting certain performance milestones. . The announcement sparked comparisons to the package Tesla …

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In 2021, electric transport in the south-east has taken off – SACE | Southern Alliance for Clean Energy SACE

2021 could prove to be the year the electric vehicle market has reached an inflection point, taking off nationally and in the historically lagging Southeast. Stan’s Cross | December 30, 2021 | Electric vehicles Accelerated growth. This is what happened in the electric vehicle (EV) market this year. Consumers have …

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Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP, a Leading Securities Fraud Law Firm, Announces the Filing of a Securities Class Action on Behalf of Investors in l’Arrivée SA (ARVL)

LOS ANGELES, December 28, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP (“GPM”), a leading national shareholder rights law firm, announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of investors who have purchased or otherwise acquired Arrival SA (“Arrival” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: ARVL) common stock …

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