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Our Next Energy (ONE) to supply batteries for The Shyft Group’s electric trucks

Energy storage technology company ONE was selected to supply more than 15,000 Aries lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery packs over the next five years for use in The Shyft Group’s Blue Arc Class 3, 4 and 5 electric trucks. Blue Arc trucks using Aries batteries will go through development, testing and validation this year using… Read more »

6K and Our Next Energy partner to create low-cost Gemini cathode material

Battery material producer 6K and Michigan-based energy storage startup Our Next Energy (ONE) have announced a partnership as ONE begins scaling up and commercializing its Gemini cell chemistry. ONE recently demonstrated an experimental battery that powered a Tesla Model S for 752 miles on a single charge. This was a proof of concept for ONE’s… Read more »

Our Next Energy tests 750-mile battery pack in a Tesla Model S

A two-year-old Michigan startup, Our Next Energy (ONE), has built a custom battery pack that recently propelled a modified Tesla Model S for 752 miles. John Voelcker, writing in Car and Driver, reports that ONE retrofitted the car with a pack that stores twice the energy of Tesla’s original, and fits in exactly the same… Read more »

BMW i Ventures invests in LFP cell developer Our Next Energy

BMW i Ventures will invest in Our Next Energy (ONE), a Michigan-based energy storage company that’s working to develop longer-range, lower-cost batteries. ONE will use the investment to scale production of its first products.  ONE has demonstrated two proprietary technologies. The first, called Aries, uses lithium iron phosphate (LFP) chemistry in a structural cell-to-pack architecture… Read more »

Silicon Mobility introduces single-chip solution for integrated powertrain domain control and energy management

Silicon Mobility, an Intel company that provides automotive semiconductor and software control solutions, has announced the OLEA U310 Field Programmable Control Unit (FPCU) as part of its next-generation OLEA FPCU series. The new OLEA U310 consolidates the functionalities of multiple traditional microcontrollers into a single system on chip (SoC). The OLEA U310 is specifically engineered… Read more »

InCharge Energy introduces three multi-EV charging products

Commercial fleet charging services provider InCharge Energy has introduced three new chargers—the ICE-600, ICE-480 and ICE CUBE. The Micro Dispenser for the new ICE-600 split system offers dynamic power sharing of up to 500 kW to charge up to 10 EVs simultaneously, charging at either 10 Micro single-cable dispensers or at five Slim Line dual-cable… Read more »

Pacific Power Source launches new regenerative sources and loads for EV charger testing

Pacific Power Source, a global provider of AC and DC power testing solutions, has announced a new Regenerative product line of bidirectional sources and loads. The new products, including the All-in-1 AGX Regenerative AC/DC Source, 2-in-1 RGS Regenerative Grid Simulator and RLS Regenerative Load Simulator, emulate real-world power flows, and are designed for testing EV… Read more »

Sumitomo Rubber develops simulation technique to develop next-gen EV tires

Automotive company Sumitomo Rubber has developed a new simulation technique called Tire Aerodynamic Simulation, which is used in the process of tire development to visualize the airflow around the tire of a running vehicle This simulation will help to develop a tire shape that optimizes aerodynamic performance and contributes to lowering the electricity consumption in… Read more »

GM says equipping the next-gen Chevy Bolt EV with LFP batteries will save billions

EV enthusiasts were disappointed at GM’s decision to discontinue the popular (if a bit dull) Chevy Bolt EV last year. In hindsight, the move may have been premature—the new Ultium EVs that were supposed to replace the Bolt in GM’s lineup have been delayed, causing the company to post embarrassingly low EV sales figures for… Read more »