Bidirectional charging and Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) are two of the buzziest terms in the EV world these days—but the two aren’t quite the same thing. The former is an enabling technology for the latter, which is a package of applications that include using an EV as a backup power source and providing services to electric utilities
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The Inflation Reduction Act will drive electrification of transportation forward but won’t be enough to meet the United States’ climate goals under the Paris Agreement, according to a new report from the International Council on Clean Transportation. The ICCT is best known as the research group that broke the Volkswagen Dieselgate scandal. We recently covered another
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On Monday, Ford reduced prices for the Mustang Mach-E for the 2023 model year, and boosted production of the electric crossover SUV. Prices dropped across the board, although some versions get bigger reductions than others. The base Select rear-wheel drive Standard Range model received a $900 cut to $47,495 including the mandatory $1,500 destination charge.
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Road Test: 2023 Kia Niro EV Wave Compact Crossover Gets More Range and A New Look Kia isn’t taking any chances when it comes to being a leader in electrified cars and SUVs. With a steady schedule of releasing new EVs as part of its Plan S, Kia has completely redesigned the 2023 Niro EV
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British bus manufacturer Alexander Dennis, a subsidiary of NFI Group, has received an order from Transport for Greater Manchester for an additional 50 zero-emission double-deck buses, doubling the agency’s initial order. The Manchester bus fleet, which has been franchised to Go-Ahead Group and dubbed Bee Network, will now include 100 NFI vehicles. These additional 50
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Nissan hasn’t released an electric car for over a decade now and it’s finally here: the all electric SUV Nissan Ariya! It is one of the new electric cars and trucks on the market by the end of 2023. See the full list of all 25 electric cars and truck coming in 2023 – check
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Scientists at the DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory are researching solutions to the drawbacks of lithium-ion batteries by testing alternate materials such as sulfur. Sulfur, says Argonne, is highly cost-effective, and lithium-sulfur batteries can hold more energy than ion-based ones. In a recent study, researchers created a layer in the battery that increases energy storage capacity
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Believe it or not, just two V-12 engine designs have powered 60 years of Lamborghini supercars. Having recently built its last non-hybrid V-12 road car, the automaker is taking a look back at these two epochal engines. The first engine was introduced in 1963 in Lamborghini’s first production car—the 350 GT—and stayed in production until
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