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SK Innovation plans to build new battery plant in Europe, the major EV market

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SK Innovation will invest US$859 million in its Hungarian plant SK Innovation has expanded its electric vehicle battery business into the global market since the beginning of this year. SK Innovation announced that it would invest about US$859 million in Hungary only three months after it made an announcement to …

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Air Liquide invests in world’s largest membrane-based electrolyser

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Air Liquide will use build the electrolyser to increase the hydrogen capacity of its Bécancour facility by 50% Air Liquide has announced the construction in Canada of the largest PEM (Proton-Exchange Membrane) electrolyser in the world with a 20 MW capacity for the production of carbon-free hydrogen. This investment allows the …

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Air Liquide, Idex, STEP, and Toyota create HysetCo to promote hydrogen mobility

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Toyota will provide 500 Mirais as part of the venture Air Liquide, Idex, Société du Taxi Électrique Parisien (STEP), and Toyota are teaming up with a joint-venture called HysetCo, the first ever company devoted to the development of hydrogen mobility in the Paris region. This collaboration represents a major landmark in …

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MAHLE moves into wireless charging

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WiTricity will supply MAHLE with its magnetic resonance technology MAHLE has acquired a licence package from WiTricity for its magnetic resonance technology. With this move, the technology group can work toward becoming a supplier of wireless charging technology for electric vehicles. “This addition to the MAHLE portfolio provides us with …

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Petro-Canada to provide Canada’s first coast-to-coast network of fast chargers

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Petro-Canada has an operational test site in Ontario Petro-Canada, a Suncor business, is building a network of electric vehicle fast charging stations across the country. More than 50 EV stations will be located along the Trans-Canada highway at strategically located Petro-Canada stations from Nova Scotia to British Columbia. Construction is …

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Nobina and Scania pioneer full length autonomous buses in Sweden

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Nobina and Scania will use two Scania Citywide LF electric buses in the tests Scania and Nobina, the largest public transport operator in the Nordic countries, will collaborate to commence trials of autonomous buses on regular routes in the Stockholm area. “The technology is now sufficiently mature to initiate trials …

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