Daihen Corporation has selected the DRIVE 11 wireless charging technology from WiTricity as the basis for its new initiative to build wireless charging systems for the automotive market.
This week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review” looks at recent news stories about solutions that the EV industry is trying to overcome. If these successes keep building, all-electric transportation will soon be much more pervasive across all sectors of the personal transportation ownership group.
Ford, Daimler, Volkswagen, and BMW have formed a partnership to build 400 fast charger locations throughout Europe. It will be called Ionity and will utilize the CCS charging standard.
The Volvo Ocean Race is the world’s premier offshore sailing racing series. A yacht race around the world held every three years, the Volvo Ocean Race exposes its competitors and fans to a rainbow of global cultures- and, lately, the consequences of global plastic pollution, as well. Volvo, as a car company, has decided to […]
Ryder will take delivery of 125 electric delivery vans from Chanje before the end of the year. The vans have a range of 100 miles and are manufactured in China.
Enevate claims its silicon dominant battery anode technology permits super fast charging — up to 240 miles of range in just 5 minutes.
Republicans in Congress want to repeal the federal tax credit for electric cars without replacing it with other incentives. What would that mean?
Didi Chuxing is the largest ride hailing service in the world and has every attention of expanding its grip on the market. It is partnering with NEVS and Taxify and plans to construct its own electric car charging network.
The CEO of Panasonic claims that the problems on the Model 3 battery pack production line will soon be resolved, leading to a fast ramp up of Model 3 car production.
An hour-long Deep Dive video explaining how the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Transaxle helps to get the hybrid minivan to 84 MPGe!