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.

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.

Honda Tests Prototype Autonomous Work Vehicle at Solar Construction Site with Black & Veatch

Second-generation prototype Honda Autonomous Work Vehicles (AWV) successfully performed a range of functions at large-scale solar energy construction site

e-Mobility. Battery Pack Manufacturing and Beyond: How 3 Welding Technologies Stack Up

In battery pack manufacturing, the cells are often already assembled and the engineer is challenged with coming up with a design to join them in series and parallel to deliver optimum energy. A typical Li-ion cell is constructed of nickel plated cold rolled steel.

REV Fire Group to Introduce First Fully Electric North American-Style Fire Apparatus

Developed with technology partner Emergency One Group LTD - maker of the world's first EV fire truck - this new electric fire truck packs 316 kW of proven automotive-grade batteries to deliver the longest electric pumping duration in the industry.

LiquidPiston Successfully Runs Hybrid-Electric X-Engine on Hydrogen, Proves Zero Emission Engine Technology Is a Reality

The company replaced a traditional go-kart engine with its hybrid-electric X-Engine powered by hydrogen.

How Will a Lithium-Ion Battery Shortage Impact EVs?

Many people are becoming increasingly interested in electric vehicles (EVs). For some, the reduced environmental impact is a primary driver. However, a possible battery shortage threatens to put the brakes on any anticipated EV boom.

Will Wind-Powered Cars Have a Place Among Other Clean Transportation Options?

There's still a ways to go concerning wind-powered cars, but we can look to specific examples like Chinook's projects as steps toward future possibilities. However, we also can't ignore that wind has limitations.

You Need to Know Why EV Trucks Will Gain Popularity in 2021

With the ever-changing automotive industry, this year brings new political dynamics and global focuses. 2021 is going to be big for electric trucks of all kinds, but not due to any one reason in particular.

ELECTRIC VEHICLE SALES TO FALL 18% IN 2020 BUT LONG-TERM PROSPECTS REMAIN UNDIMMED

Sales of electric passenger vehicles are forecast to fall 18% in 2020, to 1.7 million worldwide - with the coronavirus crisis interrupting ten successive years of strong growth.

Uber's Green Competitor Is Riding A $30 Trillion Mega-Trend

If it's not green, it's not millennial--and that's a big problem for a company like Uber, or Lyft. Millennials love ride-sharing, but they don't appreciate the CO2 footprint that comes with it.

The Race for the Best Electric SUV

In 2019, the Mitsubishi Outlander proved to be the top electric vehicle by fleet size (41,265) The fact that this SUV had out-sold smaller, more traditional electric vehicles, such as the Nissan Leaf, proves the impressive rise of the electric SUV.

Sustainable future in sight: New launches of electric vehicles in full swing

According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global electric vehicle market is expected to reach $567.29 billion by 2025. Following are some of the activities taking place across the world.

Majority of Consumers Zeroing in on Exactly How They Want to Use an Electric Car, New Survey from MINI USA Finds

When consumers were asked to choose an acceptable amount of time it should take to charge an EV, the most common answer (28 percent) was ''I don't know" followed by "30 minutes" (25 percent).

Are Solar-Powered Cars the Future?

The idea of the solar car is relatively new on the market and holds very real promise. If successful, the solar car will offer the ability to drive anywhere without burning any environmentally damaging fuels.

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