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New partnership for Energy Observer

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Pioneering clean energy-driven vessel demonstrates possibilities for hydrogen and battery power A few months ago, the world’s first catamaran powered solely by renewable sources was launched. The pioneering Energy Observer vessel was developed by research institute CEA Liten, and features a combination of low-carbon technologies which will enable it to …

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California takes out the trash!

The Motiv All-Electric Powertrain, installed on the Sacramento electric refuse truck
Source: PRNewsfoto/Motiv Power Systems

The city of Sacramento, capital of California, has taken another step towards electrification of utilities following the delivery of its first all-electric rubbish truck Several companies have been brought onboard to provide the various components of the Electric Refuse Vehicle (ERV). Motiv Power Systems provides a scalable, modular all-electric powertrain …

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NEVS shows off autonomous concept

Source: NEVS

The InMotion concept is a level-5 autonomous EV with a minimalist interior National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the Swedish-Chinese holding company which acquired the assets of bankrupt automaker Saab in 2012, revealed its latest autonomous concept vehicle at CES Asia last week. Following a noticeable trend e-mobility naming, the “InMotion …

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eFusion prototype: Siemens packs battery power

330LE with Siemens motor tows glider. Copyright: Jean-Marie Urlacher

  To move from fantastical prototype to commercial aircraft, the e-Fusion hybrid-electric plane could do more to ensure fast charging In a new video, Siemens has showcased the speedy ‘recharging’ of its eFusion hybrid-electric aircraft prototype. Siemens joined up with French-owned multinational Airbus in April last year to develop a …

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Hyperloop One shows off Eurotrips

Hyperloop One test track, Nevada.

Open competition proposes routes across Germany, the Netherlands, the UK and more Hyperloop One, the more developed of the two companies attempting to commercialise the vacuum-tube transportation technology made famous by Elon Musk, has unveiled a number of proposed European routes. At an event in Amsterdam the company laid out …

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