U of I’s Ultra-Quick EV Batteries to Last Forever

The University of Illinois in Champaign/Urbana is still developing awesomely quick-charging batteries – but now with a little twist. The latest innovation from Professor Paul Braun’s research team looks just like an average Li-Ion battery on the outside, but the cathodes include 3-D nanostructures which allow the battery to rapidly charge and discharge without diminishing capacity in the process.

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TUM's Budget-chic MUTE EV Actually Made it to Frankfurt!

Electric cars: fast, far, cheap. Choose any two.

That was a common bromide among electric vehicle engineers for years. Granted, back in the EV1 days when we playing with electric Consuliers it seemed right … but was it necessarily right?

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E-Pick1 Delivers Japanese Meals on Tiny Electric Wheels

A Japanese food delivery service for the elderly could not find an electric vehicle that suited their needs…so they built their own electric scooter and called it the “E-Pick1.” With 200 already on roads and another 800 expected soon, this food service-turned-scooter-company is already seeing a rise in interest in its electric scooters.

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French Highways to be Installed with EV Charging Stations

If electric cars are going to be popular or even common, then the corresponding infrastructure will also be necessary.  The

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New Tech Promises Fully-Charged EVs in Just 5 Minutes

Once you start talking about 200 miles of driving in-between 5 minute “pit-stops”, it’s not really clear if you’re talking

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