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A closer look at graphite—its forms, functions and future in EV batteries

Q&A with Graphex CEO John DeMaio Reading the EV press, you might assume that lithium, cobalt and nickel are the stars of the battery show—they get a lot of coverage, as pundits debate the relative merits of NMC and LFP cathode chemistries and agonize over looming shortages. Meanwhile, over in the anode, there’s an unsung… Read more »

Audi to convert factories for EV production, phase out ICE models by 2033

The most significant tipping points for electromobility will be when automakers stop producing ICE vehicles. Audi has announced a couple of definite (if rather timid) steps in that direction: the brand is beginning to prepare its global facilities for the production of EVs; it will only launch all-electric models as of 2026; and it will… Read more »

Shell moves into fleet charging segment—fleet owners say they want to go green, but need support

Oil giant Shell seems serious about moving into EV charging—it isn’t just adding a few chargers to its gas stations, it’s targeting the rapidly-growing market for fleet infrastructure solutions. The company is no stranger to the fleet industry—it has fleet customers in 46 markets, and there are 8.5 million active Shell Cards out there. Now… Read more »

Pioneering Charging Technology For 800 V EVs

During this session, the Preh team will explore hit pioneering HV Booster that enables 800 V electric vehicles to charge at 400 V charging stations, in series since 2019 with Porsche Taycan. Preh HV Booster features a resonant converter that “boosts” 400 V electrical power to 800 V allowing, with its 150 kW nominal power,… Read more »

Factorial Energy to open solid-state EV cell development and production facility

Factorial Energy, a Massachusetts-based solid-state battery developer, is building a solid-state cell development and manufacturing facility in Methuen, Massachusetts. “The existing 67,000-square-foot building on the site will undergo extensive buildout to house Factorial’s pilot production facility, which will manufacture automotive-sized solid-state batteries at pre-production speed and volume,” says the company. Factorial plans to invest $45… Read more »

Ideanomics tests WAVE’s 500 kW wireless charger at Port of Los Angeles

Commercial EV specialist Ideanomics (NASDAQ: IDEX) has successfully tested WAVE’s 500 kW wireless charging system at the Port of Los Angeles. In a test, WAVE’s system fully charged a Class 8 electric truck in less than 15 minutes. (Ideanomics acquired WAVE in 2021.) Construction and charger installation at the Port of Los Angeles is underway,… Read more »

TWAICE battery analytics platform promises enormously valuable insights at every point in a battery’s lifecycle

How healthy is your battery pack? As the old saw goes, if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it. As the EV ecosystem develops, there will be an increasing need to measure and manage the performance of battery cells. Cell manufacturers need a standardized way to evaluate test data for new cells; EV designers… Read more »

ConnectDER and Siemens Partner to offer a simple and clever solution for Level 2 charging installations  

ConnectDER’s meter collar working together with Siemens’s charging station could save up to 80 percent of installation costs Getting set up to charge an EV at home is easy and affordable—except when it isn’t.  For many, especially those who live in older homes, installing a home Level 2 charging station may require an upgrade to… Read more »

Revel, Fermata and NineDot launch grid-connected V2G system in NYC

E-mobility and infrastructure provider Revel, clean energy developer NineDot Energy and V2G innovator Fermata Energy have launched a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) project that they say is the first one to be connected to New York City’s electrical grid. The bidirectional charging system, which is now live at Revel’s Red Hook, Brooklyn warehouse, can both charge EVs… Read more »