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Giant Steps

Volta EV charging stations set for grocery stores in the Mid-Atlantic Giant Food, the greater Washington D.C. regional grocery chain, has begun to install electric vehicle charging stations that are free to use for EV drivers at select locations across Washington, D.C, Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. Working with Volta, a manufacturer of electric vehicle charging […]

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Propelling UAV Distribution

An American-based alliance for electric drone motors ePropelled, a magnetic engineering technology company for electro-magnetic motors, announced they have signed an agreement to bring UAV Propulsion Tech of Tampa, Fla., on as a distributor of their electric motors to market their products to the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) / Urban Air Mobility (UAM) industry…basically what […]

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In the Navy!

GE delivers first electric combatant ship The first full-electric power and propulsion surface combatant, the USS Zumwalt, has been delivered to the US Navy, courtesy of General Electric. “The electric propulsion solution delivers efficiency, survivability, cost-of-ownership reductions, and system redundancy for enhanced vessel safety,” said GE’s Power Conversion division, who spearheaded the project and manufactured […]

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Organizational Healing

CWIEME, IMTS, others provide options, analysis for tough times In a time of division and uncertainty, it’s easy enough to invoke phrases like “we’re all in this together” or “we stand united”…but let’s take a look at which organizational bodies are actually taking action with regards to the industries employing Electrical Apparatus readers, such as […]

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Atomic No. 27

First Cobalt’s feasibility study yields promising results for future of EVs In major news for the future of electric vehicles, a major North American manufacturer announced plans to expand its main production facility along with promising results of a feasibility study for the use of cobalt sulphate to power EVs. First Cobalt Corp., of Toronto, […]

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We Gonna Rock Down To…

…E-lec-tric Avenue! Siemens cultivating brilliant lamp post charging station idea Industrial-tech conglomerate Siemens has begun cultivation of a brilliant idea for electric vehicle charging discussed for the past few years. The project, in collaboration with German tech company Ubitricity and Westminster City Council, successfully converted 24 lampposts into EV charge points using existing city infrastructure, […]

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Brand Name Chargers

ABB’s electric vehicle kits will be up against the best of competition at Hannover Messe Provided this year’s Hannover Messe fair proceeds as newly scheduled, there should be an excellent selection of new gadgets to peruse, as usual. Just in case the coronavirus cancels plans, however, here’s some sneak previews. The innovation-packed trade fair, which […]

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Everyday Menlo Prices

GM’s EV drama has its consumers getting antsy General Motors’ home base of consumers is getting antsy with its latest EV release. The new Chevrolet Menlo model is priced at roughly $23,000, which isn’t a gouge/stratospheric by any means nowadays but still falls at the high end of the current EV market average. That might […]

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Another Tragedy With Novelty EVs

Skateboarder was going 20 mph, “did not know the laws” of EVs The most common form of electric vechicle—cars—have left no evidence of being any less safe than their traditional counterparts. Yet, a disturbing trend has been rearing its head amongst the novelty section of the EV world that includes scooters, bikes, all-terrain vehicles, and […]

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EV Enforcers

15 congressmen call on IRS to investigate EV tax-credit cheaters In politics, it oftentimes doesn’t take much to choose a new battleground. One could argue this is especially true in an election year. Whichever side of the aisle you lean, Tuesday’s news that a group of Republican congressmen called on the IRS to clamp down […]

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