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Hyundai, Kia and Factorial Energy to Jointly Develop Solid-State Batteries for Next Generation Electric Vehicles
Factorial Energy (Factorial), Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Corporation (collectively “Hyundai”) are partnering to test Factorial’s novel solid-state battery technology and its integration in Hyundai electric vehicles.
Canadian battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle registrations surged 89 per cent in Q2 2021
StatsCan’s latest report, for April to June 2021, holds encouraging news: year-over-year zero-emission passenger vehicle registrations increased at a faster rate than combustion vehicles, representing 4.9 per cent of the total market
Hertz orders 100,000 Teslas, the single-largest EV purchase ever
Hertz Global Holdings Inc has placed an order for a whopping 100,000 Teslas in a huge first step toward electrifying its rental-car fleet and in the process mainstreaming EVs.
There Are More Electric Cars Than Gas Cars On The Road In Oslo
Are Hansen, our ace reporter on the ground in Norway, got in touch the other day to alert us to the latest news from Elbil, the Norwegian Electric Car Association. If Norway is a leader in the EV revolution, Oslo is ground zero for the movement.
Nissan Leaf Will Be Replaced By Electric Crossover
Nissan has confirmed that the new electric compact crossover it will build at its Sunderland plant in the UK will replace the Leaf hatchback.