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Rolls-Royce introduces new MTU hybrid propulsion systems for ships

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Rolls-Royce will test the MTU hybrid system in 2019 As of 2020, Rolls-Royce will launch a range of completely integrated MTU hybrid ship propulsion systems onto the market. The propulsion systems will also be made available for yachts, work boats, ferries and patrol boats in a power range of 1,000-4,000 …

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BYD partners with DNV GL and VeChain to tackle carbon emission imbalances

VeChain CEO Sunny Lu introduces blockchain powered Global Carbon Credits APP at BYD Worldwide Developer Conference

BYD will consolidate vehicle information on VeChain’s blockchain technology BYD has revealed a carbon banking solution for its vehicles, co-developed with DNV GL and VeChain on their public blockchain platform. This solution utilises VeChain’s automobile lifecycle management solution that encompasses nearly every branch of the automotive industry. This will be …

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Austrian battery pioneer launches new transmission for EVs

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The transmission can accelerate an EV from 0 to 100 kmph in 2.5 seconds Austrian high-tech e-mobility company Kreisel Electric has developed a production-ready, automated 2-speed transmission for electric mobility applications. The new transmission was developed in combination with an integrated powertrain architecture specially developed in cooperation with Sala Drive …

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Burns & McDonnell teams with Greenlots on EV charging network

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The chargers will utilise Greenlots’ SKY software Burns & McDonnell and Greenlots are building an advanced electric vehicle charging network at the Burns & McDonnell World Headquarters campus as a demonstration project to test new open standards charging technology. Greenlots’ SKY EV Charging Network Software is being integrated into an …

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IDL develops new technology to improve hydrogen manufacturing

Dr. Wei Wu and Dr. Dong Ding, the researchers behind the findings

IDL managed to perform high-temperature electrolysis at 600°C Industrial hydrogen is closer to being produced more efficiently, thanks to findings outlined in a new paper published by Idaho National Laboratory researchers. In the paper, Dr. Dong Ding and his colleagues detailed advances in the production of hydrogen, which is used …

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Harley-Davidson to develop EVs with new R&D facility

Concept art of Harley-Davidson's new electric bike

The new centre is part of the More Roads to Harley-Davidson strategy Harley-Davidson will establish a new research and development facility in Northern California to support its future product portfolio, including the company’s first complete line of electric vehicles. “Recently, we shared with the world our accelerated plans to build …

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Ballard to divest non-core power manager business

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Ballard will keep some of its fuel cell assets Ballard Power Systems has entered into a definitive agreement to divest certain non-core assets of its subsidiary, Protonex, related to the power manager business, to Revision Military, a private US-based company, for up to US$16 million in cash. Ballard will retain …

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