Category: Technology

Nissan’s innovative e-POWER system comes to Thailand

Posted: May 5, 2020

Nissan in Thailand has officially confirmed it will soon launch its famous e-POWER technology in Thailand. This will make it one of the first countries internationally to have the technology that combines a 100% electric motor with a petrol engine to charge the battery, with no plug-in charging. READ MORE...

Marelli Boosts Investment in Electric vehicle Technologies through Partnership with US technology Firm, Transphorm Inc

Posted: March 4, 2020

Leading automotive supplier, MARELLI,  announced a strategic partnership with US-based, Transphorm Inc., a semiconductor company focused on redefining power conversion. This partnership will enable Marelli to gain valuable access and insights into cutting edge technologies for the development of electric vehicles, in particular power converters, onboard chargers and inverters for electric and hybrid vehicles. READ MORE...

Israel funds folding electric vehicle and Hydrogen gas station

Posted: December 18, 2019

The Israel government has provided a grant of NIS 2 million (USD570,000) to City Transformer, an Israel-based company which is developing an ultra-light electric vehicle that can fold its chassis at the push of a button. The funding for the company is a part of a national program for fuel alternatives and smart mobility offered to […] READ MORE...

GKN Automotive launches strategy to make Electric Propulsion more affordable

Posted: December 16, 2019

GKN Automotive has begun working on a standardised three-in-one system for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles that integrates an electric motor, inverter and a single-speed transmission in a single module that offers heightened torque. The standardisation of the module will go a long way towards making e-mobility affordable. READ MORE...

Argosy Minerals acquires Tonopah lithium project in the US

Posted: August 14, 2019

Australian lithium miner Argosy Minerals has entered into an agreement to acquire tenements comprising the Tonopah Lithium Project in Nevada, US. According the agreement, the lithium miner will pay initially AUD50, 000 (USD33876.5) and will offer another AUD500, 000 (USD340, 000) upon achieving certain production milestones. READ MORE...

Primearth Energy plans to establish a fourth battery factory in China

Posted: August 14, 2019

Primearth EV Energy, a subsidiary of Toyota, has planned to set up a fourth battery factory in China. Later on the completion of the plant in 2021, the manufacturer will produce NiMH batteries for Toyota hybrid cars with an annual capacity of 100,000 batteries. READ MORE...

Korean EV battery makers set to face competition in Europe in 2025: KITA

Posted: August 14, 2019

The Korea International Trade Association (KITA) has said that the South Korean battery manufacturers might face competition in Europe once European companies complete their investments and start mass producing their own EV batteries. It is also expected that by 2025 EV sales will reach 4m units in the continent. READ MORE...

Battery startup Group14 Technologies raises USD14.3m to make materials for electric cars

Posted: August 14, 2019

US-startup Group 14 Technologies has raised USD14.3m to create materials for silicon-carbon anodes which store lithium in a charged battery. According to the company, silicon anodes improve the charge of new car batteries by approximately 40% in comparison with graphite anodes. READ MORE...

NEVS begins to produce pure electric vehicle at Tianjin plant

Posted: July 2, 2019

National Electric Vehicle Sweden has started the production of a pure electric sedan based on its traditional Saab 9-3 platform at its Chinese plant in Tianjin. The plant has the capacity to develop 50000 EVs annually. READ MORE...

Hyundai to Invest USD2.8b in Car, Electric Vehicle Plant in Indonesia

Posted: July 2, 2019

Hyundai Motors will invest Rp40tr (USD2.8bn) in Indonesia as part of the automaker’s strategy to make the country a car export hubs and manufacture electric vehicles. Airlangga Hartarto, industry minister has said that the automaker will commence manufacturing in 2021 with a target to produce between 70000 and 250000 vehicles annually which include sport utility vehicles, multipurpose […] READ MORE...

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