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Joe Biden drives Hummer EV at Factory ZERO opening

GM hosted the grand opening of its Factory ZERO electric vehicle plant, based in the renovated Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, which President Joe Biden attended. The automaker has already started pre-production of the Hummer SUT, the first copies of which are expected to be delivered before the end of the year. …

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Letters: Concrete Steps | To get vaccinated

Send your letter to the editor using this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Concrete measures neededkeep a vow on the forests The news that “world leaders pledge to protect forests, stop methane leaks at climate conference” (Page A4, November 3) is welcome. Our forests are essential carbon sinks …

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Ex-Rivian vice president sues EV company ahead of IPO

A former Amazon-backed Rivian executive who called the company a boy’s club and accused the founder of creating a brotherhood culture, filed a lawsuit accusing the Irvine-based electric truck company of gender discrimination . The lawsuit, filed in a California superior court in Orange County, and first reported by the …

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ADDING MULTIMEDIA Faraday Future to welcome electric vehicle industry veterans Munro & Associates to help co-create its futuristic flagship FF 91

LOS ANGELES–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (“FF”) (NASDAQ: FFIE), a California-based global shared intelligent electric mobility ecosystems company, today announced its upcoming work with Munro & Associates, Inc., a engineering and manufacturing consulting firm, which will help evaluate and co-create Faraday Future’s flagship vehicle, the FF 91 …

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Supercar makers enter the age of electric vehicles

Are supercars expensive toys or valuable assets? The question is as relevant to stock investors as it is to proud owners of a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Aston Martin.. AMLA -1.76% At the enterprise level, these brands can generate financial returns for their speed and appearance, but they are not guaranteed. …

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Faraday Future Welcomes City of Hanford, Calif., Managers to Its Hanford Production Plant | Your money

HANFORD, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – October 20, 2021– Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (“FF”) (NASDAQ: FFIE), a California-based global shared intelligent electric mobility ecosystem company, recently welcomed Hanford Mayor Francisco Ramirez and City Manager Mario Cifuentez to its production facility from the Central Valley of California. to share updates …

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How AR and VR are reshaping the auto industry

There is no doubt that the auto industry has changed rapidly. Most of the changes are driven by technology, while others are driven by environmental concerns. Electric vehicles (EVs) have become popular because they are better for the environment, while self-driving cars improve safety. Electric vehicles produce less greenhouse gases …

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Unity’s sporting angle on the metaverse

This article is an on-site version of the #techFT newsletter. subscribe here Send the entire newsletter directly to your inbox on weekdays Video game and sports director Peter Moore has traveled between real and fantasy sports throughout his journey. A long career. After starting out as a physical education teacher …

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5 Midwestern States Join Forces To Boost Electrification

The governors of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin are joining forces in a new bipartisan plan to accelerate the electrification of vehicles in the US region. The plan is called REV Midwest, or Regional Electric Vehicle Midwest Coalition, and aims to reduce toxic emissions while stimulating the regional economy …

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EV technology plugs into the last frontier | Local company

AJ’s OldTown Steakhouse & Tavern, a roadside restaurant for travelers, has just made history in America’s adoption of electric vehicles, including in remote places like remote Alaska. Alaska’s first ultra-fast electric vehicle charging station opened on September 23 at Restaurant Homer, which is more used to promoting prime rib, truffle …

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Rivian’s IPO filing is now public – TechCrunch

Electric vehicle startup Rivian, which began deliveries of its R1T pickup truck in September, has released its brief to become a publicly traded company in the United States. Document S-1, which was filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, does not include the terms of its offer. …

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How to buy one of Polestar’s electric vehicles?

Polestar, Volvo Motor Group’s autonomous brand of performance electric cars, has widened its market, making it easier to find – if you’re in one of the few places, you can find a Polestar “Space”. Online to in person. Focusing on electric vehicles and green technologies, the Swedish car maker started …

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Solar reduction: you haven’t seen anything yet

Besides EIM, everyone’s favorite solution is energy storage. California is expected to add 2.5 GW of battery storage capacity in 2021 alone. Surplus renewable energy production can charge these batteries – electricity that would otherwise have been reduced and wasted. This, however, is hardly sufficient. Current batteries are not well …

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Beam Global: City of Torrance CA Deploys Beam Global EV ARC ™ Off-Grid Charging System to Charge City’s Electric Vehicle Fleet

SAN DIEGO, September 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSLETTER) – Global beam, (Nasdaq: BEEM, BEEMW), the leading provider of innovative sustainable technologies for electric vehicle (EV) charging, outdoor media and energy security, announced that the City of Torrance in California deployed the EV ARC â„¢ solar-powered electric vehicle charging system to charge …

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Electric Vehicles in the United States Auto Pacific Report

Electric vehicles are the most important automotive revolution of our time. The electric vehicle market is poised to experience significant growth in the coming years with around 110 new nameplates. In addition, the demand has increased by 300% in the last 2 years! “The Changing Electric Vehicle Landscape in the …

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Tesla innovates in the Californian “mega-factory”

Tesla has opened a new factory located in Lathrop, California. The facility will exclusively produce Megapacks – Tesla’s largest battery used for stationary energy storage. Megapacks were first introduced in 2019 and have since been manufactured alongside Powerpacks and Powerwalls at Gigafactory Nevada. However, Megapacks will soon be produced at …

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Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA), (LI) – Electric Vehicle Week in Review: Cathie Wood’s Big Statement on Tesla, Li Auto’s Fear of Chips, Workshorse Work Continues, Updates Nio day over Norway

The EV space posted a mixed performance during the week ended September 24, with several current market developments that boosted stock action. Here are the top headlines of the week related to electric vehicle stocks: Cathie Wood’s Tesla Strategy, California Battery Plant and more: Cathie Bois, a Tesla bull and …

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Tesla opens battery manufacturing plant in California

Despite CEO Elon Musk’s decision to leave California and sell all of his homes in the state, Tesla seems pretty disinterested in giving up California for now. Tesla has inaugurated a “Megafactory” to produce the industrial-size version of its solar battery, the Megapack, in California today. The Megafactory will be …

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Leading German transmissions company Mullen and hofer powertrain team up to develop electric drive systems for upcoming Mullen EV launch

Mullen and Hofer Powertrain to begin key development and manufacture of designated EV systems and components for the full electric powertrain of Mullen’s EV vehicle lineup, including the Mullen FIVE EV Crossover, ONE EV Fleet Van and DragonFLY EV Sportscar Mullen announces partnership for EV powertrain Mullen and Hofer to …

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Watch how the police stop a Tesla on autopilot

The video above shows a recent incident when the California Highway Patrol was faced with a Tesla vehicle (Model 3 or Model Y) allegedly driving on autopilot with the driving suspected of being under the influence (DUI). ABC7 Los Angeles reports that the car hit a roadside wall and continued …

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Local View: A bright future for ethanol | Chroniclers

The ethanol industry has more possibilities than ever. It is evolving and diversifying thanks to advanced biofuels, starch, chemicals and proteins. The use of new yeasts and enzymes is constantly making ethanol production more efficient and economical. As an ethanol representative on local production, state development, and national promotion boards, …

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Noodoe EV Named Supplier for PG&E EV Fast Charging Program – Noodoe EV OS is one of the most advanced cloud-based operating platforms | New

IRVINE, Calif., September 10, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Noodoe EV, a global leader in electric vehicle charging technology, has been certified as a Qualified Supplier of the PG&E EV Fast Charge (EVFC) incentive program. The announcement was made by the CEO of the company Jennifer chang. The Pacific Gas …

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Utah’s air quality deteriorates during drought

SALT LAKE CITY – Kevin Perry had just started his morning routine, stepping out to pick up the diary, when he noticed something was wrong with the sky. “In 30 seconds I was coughing and my throat ached,” Dr. Perry, an atmospheric specialist at the University of Utah, said of …

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Faraday Future Welcomes New Vice President of Manufacturing Matt Tall

Matt Tall brings 29 years of manufacturing to the automotive industry Experience growing the business as it prepares for production LOS ANGELES, September 01, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. (“FF”) (NASDAQ: FFIE), a California-based global shared intelligent mobility ecosystem company, today announced its new vice president …

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Tritium Pioneers Rapid Chargers for the Mining Industry in Combination with Miller Technology’s Most Advanced Lightweight Electric Mining Vehicle | Business

BRISBANE, Australia – (BUSINESS WIRE) – August 24, 2021– Tritium, a global developer and manufacturer of direct current (“DC”) rapid chargers for electric vehicles (“VE”), and Miller Technology, a leading supplier of mobile mining equipment for safety and productivity, announced today they provide innovative fast chargers and light battery electric …

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Can carbon capture and storage save the California grid?

California’s ambitious emission reduction plans are leading the state towards a more expensive and less reliable energy system, as this vision of the future is based on a 100% renewable future, rather than focusing on reducing emissions. Natural gas, combined with carbon capture and storage, offers a compelling alternative to …

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How many electric cars are in the United States?

Electric vehicles represent Less than 1% vehicles on U.S. roads today (including cars, pickup trucks, and vans), but their numbers are increasing and are expected to dominate the U.S. auto market over the next decade. It’s happened with other disruptive technologies before, and the signs are the same for electric …

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NFI: UC Davis purchases 6 New Flyer Xcelsior CHARGE® battery-powered electric buses under contract with the State of California; drives zero-emission evolution at California’s third largest campus

New Flyer was selected by the DGS as an approved supplier of electric vehicles in 2019. The DGS contract simplifies potential future bus purchases for local California government agencies for up to five years. Unitrans operates in and around the UC Davis campus, providing mobility to more than 45,000 students …

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U.S. automakers rush to overthrow Tesla EV dominance

U.S. automakers are clashing in a race that could lead to the dethronement of the world’s leading manufacturer of electric vehicles (EVs) for passenger cars, Tesla. For more information on the state of the world’s automakers, download your copy of our latest eBook, now available on the Global Fleet Knowledge …

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EVgo debuts on Wall Street

One of the nation’s largest electric vehicle charging companies, EVgo debuted on Wall Street on Friday. Stocks were almost flat by midday. El Segundo-based EVgo announced in January that it would join other electric vehicle companies going public through SPAC with a valuation of $ 2.6 billion. It merged on …

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California needs 1.2 million public chargers by 2030

This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which manufactures and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily ours at InsideEVs, and we have not been paid by EVANNEX to publish these articles. We find the company’s prospect as an aftermarket supplier of Tesla accessories interesting …

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The future of the electric vehicle: a major climate opportunity facing three critical challenges | Foley Hoag LLP – Energy and Clean Technology Consulting

In the middle of renewed national ambitions to combat climate change, electric vehicles (EVs) have emerged as a promising means of reducing emissions in the transport sector, which represents nearly a third of greenhouse gas emissions. This approach has garnered support even from private industry, as evidenced by the wave …

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Sacramento Bee letters to the editor for June 20, 2021

Save lives “Laura’s law might have saved my daughter’s life. I support his endorsement in Sacramento ”, (sacbee.com, June 5) Kudos to Sacramento County for passing Laura’s Law, which will save lives and money. Laura’s Law targets a small group of people who refuse to seek treatment and who are …

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InvestorNewsBreaks – DSG Global Inc. (DSGT), Imperium Motor Corp. will launch new electric vehicles at the Experience Center event

DSG Global (OTCQB: DSGT), an emerging player in the electric vehicle (“EV”) segment with a wide range of affordable and diversified vehicles, and its subsidiary, Imperium Motor Company, is expected to unveil several new electric vehicles at the inauguration of the Imperium Motors Experience Center in Fairfield, California. A few …

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Phoenix Motorcars begins production of electric vehicles using third generation transmission

Medium-duty electric vehicle developer Phoenix Motorcars has unveiled its third-generation electric transmission and has started mass production of commercial vehicles that use it. The first three vehicles were recently completed at the company’s facilities in Ontario, California, and will soon be delivered to fleet customers. Phoenix Motorcars is a California-based …

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Electric vehicles offer unique potential for rural areas

DENVER, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Electric vehicles could account for 10% of all new car sales by 2025, a five-fold increase from current levels, which will create new revenue opportunities for rural electric cooperatives. The expected boom in electric vehicle (EV) adoption is fueled by cost reductions, new …

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Drive Electric USA – CleanTech Talk Podcast

Drive Electric USA Director Sam Spofforth and CleanTechnica CEO Zach Shahan discuss Drive Electric USA, new electric vehicle models and electric vehicle adoption trends in the United States. First up, though, Sam is the CEO of Clean Fuels Ohio, and he explained a bit about what Clean Fuels Ohio is …

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