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  • In Sweden, Heart Aerospace is developing an all-electric nineteen-seat regional ES-19 aircraft with a range of 400 km, by 2025. 

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  • In China, as reported by Wood Mackenzie, the number of electric buses is expected to reach 1 mn by 2023, and 1.3 mn by 2025, with support by over 50 000 charging points. In comparison, the number of such e-buses in US and Europe will reach 40 000 by 2025. The total number of depot charging points in...

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  • In UK, the government has awarded £37 mn towards 12 projects in order to clean up road transport. These measures include pop up charging hubs, overnight car park charging points, use of existing cable ducts and related infrastructure, a rapid charging project using a low power grid, and a rapid ch...

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  • The downside of electric vehicles would appear to be the demand for cobalt, nickel and lithium for batteries that could cause environmental damage to sources such as China, Bolivia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Furthermore, manufacturing of an electric car emits twice as much CO2 as its dies...

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  • In Australia, Tritium has developed a relatively fast DC charging system for electric vehicles (EV) bringing the charging time down from the region of 27 h 50 m to about 60 to 90 m. The high loads involved are handled by an ethylene glycol cooling system. At present, only about 6 EVs are sold in per...

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  • In Germany, the 2017 version of the Mercedes S550E hybrid sedan uses the wireless electric vehicle charging system in which a mains-fed induction coil in a silver-plated charging pad creates an electromagnetic field that transmits power to a similar coil underneath the car. 

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  • Plane and train manufacturer Bombardier is reported to have selected Swiss battery specialist Leclanche to supply lithium batteries to power its trains in a deal valued at £89mn over the next five years.According to media reports, the UK government has promised to fully electrify the network by 2040...

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  • A cooperation agreement has been signed by Nissan and EDF Group to accelerate the delivery of electric transport across the UK, France, Belgium and Italy. The agreement focuses mainly on developing vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technologies. Nissan will be responsible for the sale of V2G-compatible ele...

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  • E.ON has switched on the first of its UK ultra-fast electric vehicle charging points in Birmingham. The two charging posts are being operated in partnership with the recently opened EG Group facility built on the site of the former Armada public house, near Spaghetti Junction on the outskirts o...

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  • Two of Londons bus routes are becoming exclusively electric routes 43 and 134 will become the UKs first bus routes to use only electric double-deck buses, helping to reduce carbon emissions and improve the air for Londoners. A journey in an electric bus is smoother and quieter than one with...

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