How electric vehicle batteries could save the UK auto industry
May 29, 2023 05:31 am UTC| Technology
The UK may have lost Eurovision this year, but it recently beat European rivals for an arguably more valuable prize. Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is expected to build a multi-billion-pound electric vehicle (EV) battery plant in...
Boosting EV market share to 67% of US car sales is a huge leap – but automakers can meet EPA's tough new standards
Apr 14, 2023 14:11 pm UTC| Business
One big question keeps surfacing after the Biden administration announced plans to raise auto standards so sharply they would likely boost electric vehicle production to 67% of all new passenger vehicle sales in under a...
Electric utes can now power the weekend – and the work week
Feb 14, 2023 13:13 pm UTC| Business
Four years ago, then-Prime Minister Scott Morrison famously claimed electric vehicles (EVs) would end the weekend. Its not going to tow your trailer. Its not going to tow your boat. Its not going to get you out to your...
Electric vehicles are now trending. But where can we charge them?
Feb 06, 2023 05:05 am UTC| Business
Canada is on the road to transformation in mobility. The federal government recently announced its zero-emission vehicle sales target, which requires all light-duty passenger vehicles sold by 2035 to be...
Let buyers jump the queue for electric cars by importing them directly
Jan 24, 2023 10:22 am UTC| Business
If Australia is to decarbonise our energy system by 2050, we need to start the transition to electric vehicles very soon. Cars sold in the 2030s will mostly still be on the road in 2050, so we have to make sure most of...
Britishvolt: more evidence UK is falling far behind in race to capture growing EV market
Jan 24, 2023 07:51 am UTC| Technology
Britishvolt, the would-be electric vehicle (EV) battery maker that recently went into administration, always faced an uphill struggle. The start-up had no track record developing technology and never confirmed how it would...
Exclusive. Top economists call for budget measures to speed the switch to electric cars
Jun 20, 2021 12:05 pm UTC| Economy
Australias top economists overwhelmingly back government measures to speed the transition to electric cars in order to meet emission reduction targets. An exclusive poll of 62 of Australias preeminent economists ...
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The Supreme Court just shriveled federal protection for wetlands, leaving many of these valuable ecosystems at risk
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European soccer is having another reckoning over racism – is it time to accept the problem goes beyond bad fans?