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New Breakthrough Could Give Hydrogen Fuel Vehicles More Traction in the Market

Scientists are assessing hydrogen fuel cells’ compatibility with personal and public transportation processes. New technological breakthroughs in hydrogen production could expand the sector and make the Earth a bit cleaner.

New Legislation on PFAS May Affect Your Fire Suppression System

One of the primary problems with PFAS is their “persistence.” Persistence means they can persist in soil, water, and in the human body … for years. Exposure to water, air, and sunlight does little to degrade them, thus they are known as “forever” chemicals.

Electrifying Commercial Vehicles

While cars and vans make up the majority of vehicles on the roads, commercial vehicles (CVs), such as buses and heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), still contribute to UK transport emissions, but have so far evaded similar restrictions.

From Fuel to Photovoltaics - How Photovoltaic Technology Can Be Used in Transport

In their current state, photovoltaics cannot generate the amount of energy needed to fully power electric vehicles like cars and buses. However, they will augment power needs, making batteries last longer and generating power for features such as air-conditioning.

Roadmap to Zero Emissions: What Will Mass EV Uptake Look Like?

Before drivers can start looking into the future, they need to take a look at the promises that automotive manufacturers and governments are making in regards to electric vehicle adoption and moving toward a zero-emission future.

Electric Vehicle Sales Headed for Five and a Half Million in 2021 as Automakers Target 40 Million Per Year by 2030

Passenger electric vehicle sales are set to jump over 80% in 2021, to 5.6 million units, off the back of unprecedented industry and government commitments around the world over the last two years.

Electric Vehicles’ Unsustainable Little Secret - Batteries Are the Weak Link in the Sustainability Chain

Typically made from raw materials including cobalt, nickel and manganese, lithium-ion batteries are extremely expensive to produce and require high levels of mining activity.

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Are EVs as Clean as They Seem?

EV production is similar to thermal cars — raw materials are extracted, processed, transferred and engineered to assemble the vehicle. However, manufacturing EVs generates more carbon emissions than their conventional counterparts.

Report From Clean Energy Canada Shows Opportunity for Growth in EVs

The report analyzed and compared ownership costs of popular EV models to traditional vehicles and the findings were significant. Continue reading to review the findings and learn about the future of the global EV market.

'Freeze-Thaw Battery' Is Adept at Preserving Its Energy

The development of the “freeze-thaw battery,” which freezes its energy for use later, is a step toward batteries that can be used for seasonal storage: saving energy in one season, such as the spring, and spending it in another, like autumn.

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Energy Dome Closes $11M Convertible Round to Accelerate Commercial Deployment of CO2 Battery

Provider of long-duration energy storage completes convertible funding round co-led by CDP Venture Capital Sgr and Barclays and joined by Novum Capital Partners, ahead of planned Series B round.

Leclanche achieves significant breakthrough in safety of its lithium-ion battery technology with no compromise to cell performance

• Company achieves close to 80% reduction of risk of fire with no impact on cell performance • Independent nail penetration tests confirm significantly lowered risk of thermal events with fire • Non-flammable electrolyte additive provides enhanced cell safety option for rail, truck and bus markets

Solar and Energy Storage Being Deployed in Puerto Rico for Critical Power

Maximo Solar, POWERSYNC Energy Solutions, and Nuvation Energy collaborated to add solar power and energy storage to a microgrid project in Puerto Rico. The project is being design-built by the integrated design and construction firm Arco Caribe Architects.

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