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Australian start-up raises funds to build rapid charging stations

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ChargeFox’s chargers can provide 400 km of range within 15 minutes Australian start-up ChargeFox has successfully raised A$15 million to enable it to commence building Australia’s largest open, ultra-rapid network of charging stations for electric vehicles. The funding has come from a combination of sources including investment from The Australian Mobility …

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BASF and Nornickel join forces to supply the battery materials market

Kathodenmaterialien bringen Elektromobilität weiter voran / Cathode active materials make electromobility a reality

BASF and Nornickel’s will be able to supply battery materials for 300,000 EVs per year BASF has selected Harjavalta, Finland, as the first location for battery materials production serving the European automotive market. The plant will be constructed adjacent to the nickel and cobalt refinery owned by Norilsk Nickel (Nornickel). …

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Volkswagen Group China builds first factory specifically designed for MEB production

Dr. Herbert Diess, chairman of the board of management of Volkswagen

Volkswagen’s MEB platform is a modular architecture for electric vehicles The electrification strategy of the Volkswagen Group China is rapidly gaining pace in the world’s biggest market for e-mobility. The group’s first factory specifically designed for the MEB platform is now commencing construction in Anting. The first model that will …

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Mercedes-Benz Trucks delivers new eActros to Meyer-Logistik

Vollelektrischer Mercedes-Benz Lkw für den schweren Verteilerverkehr: Hamburger Supermärkte werden ab jetzt elektrisch beliefert: Mercedes-Benz Trucks übergibt eActros an Meyer-LogistikFully electric Mercedes-Benz truck for heavy-duty distribution: Ha

The new truck is part of Mercedes-Benz Trucks’ eActros innovation fleet Mercedes-Benz Trucks has delivered an all-electric eActros to Meyer-Logistik for on-road testing. For one year, the company test-drive a 25-tonne truck with a refrigeration unit for transporting temperature-sensitive foodstuffs from the warehouse to different supermarkets in the centre of …

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Battery testing and prototyping facility grows to meet demand for next-generation technologies

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Argonne National Laboratory will invest US$2 million in developing new batteries Many of the innovations eyed for advances in consumer electronics, electric vehicles, utilities and advanced manufacturing hinge on the development of next-generation battery technologies. To feed that growing need and potentially accelerate innovation, the US’s first and top-tier battery …

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GeniePoint takes lead in UK EV forecourt charging

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The GeniePoint Network will have 150 fast chargers by 2019 ChargePoint Services and Motor Fuel Group (MFG) are now the leading providers of electric vehicle charging at urban forecourts as well as arterial fuel stations nationwide. The two companies have been successfully working together to provide the UK with the …

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Bollinger Motors announces all-electric B2 pickup truck

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Bollinger Motors will start manufacturing its B2 pickup truck in 2020 Bollinger Motors has unveiled a special preview of the company’s newest vehicle design: an all-electric, all-wheel drive B2 pickup truck. The new street-legal B2 Pickup truck is the newest product of Bollinger Motors, gleaned from the company’s extensive development …

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US Department of Energy selects Cabot to develop low-cobalt cathodes

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Cabot will receive US$2.9 million of DOE funding Cabot Corp., a leading global specialty chemicals and performance materials company, has been selected by the US Department of Energy (DOE) to participate in an US$80-million investment in advanced vehicle technologies research. Cabot will leverage its novel process technology to contribute to …

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