New York City will put the city’s first EV taxis on the streets in early 2012.
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The global supply of graphite, a critical component of Li-ion battery anodes, could soon represent a major bottleneck for EV production. Supply chain experts have been sounding alarms about graphite for some time. Some months ago, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence was already reporting that “the potential graphite supply crunch is arguably one of the most acute… Read more »
Revel, the Brooklyn-based EV infrastructure and rideshare provider, has opened its third public EV fast charging station in New York City, and its first in Queens. The LIC Superhub is located in the accessory garage of the JACX, a mixed-use development in Long Island City. Located near the Taxi and Limousine Commission’s main driver support… Read more »
California governor Gavin Newsom has signed legislation that will require all new school buses in the state to be zero-emission vehicles. The new mandate will take effect in…wait for it…2035. If that sounds like an unusually timid goal for the Golden State, that’s because it is. Four other states—Connecticut, Maryland, Maine and New York—have already… Read more »
Advanced materials company Anovion Technologies has selected Decatur County in Southwest Georgia as the location of its new manufacturing facility for the production of synthetic graphite anode materials. The Decatur County facility is expected to produce 40,000 metric tonnes of synthetic graphite anode material for lithium-ion batteries per year, according to the company. It will… Read more »
US-based bus manufacturer ENC, a subsidiary of the REV Group, will use propulsion and power management technology from BAE Systems in its new battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell transit buses. BAE Systems will supply its Gen3 power inverters and electric motors, Modular Power Control System (MPCS) and Modular Accessory Power System (MAPS) to ENC for… Read more »
New York and Massachusetts are both slated to phase out the sale of fossil passenger vehicles by 2035. The increased demand for electricity will require interconnection to high-capacity transmission lines in the next decade, according to a new study. The Electric Highways Study, produced by the utility National Grid, in collaboration with transportation analytics organizations… Read more »
First York, the operator of local bus services in the historic cathedral city of York, England, has gained planning approval to install charging infrastructure as it prepares for the arrival of 44 electric buses next year. The agency will install charging units, along with the necessary transformer and switchgear, at its James Street depot. The… Read more »
The California Air Resources Board has issued a rule that will require all new cars sold in the state to be zero-emission by 2035. Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the ban on new gas car sales in 2020, and directed state agencies to draw up a plan. Now, after diligent bureaucratic toil and reams of public… Read more »
The legacy auto industry is crying the blues—US new-vehicle sales in the second quarter were up only a tiny bit from the previous quarter, and down over 20% from Q2 2021. However, the new auto industry is doing very well, thank you. Kelley Blue Book tells us (via Cox Auto) that sales of pure EVs… Read more »