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26 Sep 2022

Forsee Power

Iveco is a bus manufacturer that has adopted a Forsee-powered electric powertrain in its Heuliez-branded vehicle.
23 Sep 2022

CATL

CATL are the leading manufacturer of Li-ion batteries globally.
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20 Sep 2022

Aiways: EV Passenger Car Start-up

20 Sep 2022

Tinci Materials

Tinci (Guangzhou Tinci Materials Company ltd) are a Chinese chemicals manufacturer and one of the leading suppliers of Li-ion electrolytes.
9 Sep 2022

LG Energy Solution

LG Energy is a leading manufacturer of Li-ion batteries.
2 Sep 2022

Battery Swapping Beginning to Show Unique Capabilities

IDTechEx believes that Europe will remain a charging dominant region with a focus on DC fast charging deployment, and the number of swapping stations will remain small.
24 Aug 2022

5 Key Routes to Better Li-Ion Batteries

The current iteration of Li-ion batteries, which are based on graphite anodes, liquid electrolytes, and cathode materials such as NMC and LFP, are generally considered to be reaching their performance limits. However, from cell materials to battery designs, there are still several routes that can lead to further improvements in performance and cost.
12 Jul 2022

Lightning eMotors: Electric Trucks

Lightning eMotors, headquartered in Colorado, design, manufacture, and fit all-electric powertrains into vans and medium- and heavy-duty trucks.
4 Jul 2022

Peterbilt: Electric Trucks

Peterbilt (part of PACCAR) develop electric trucks.
1 Jul 2022

Freightliner: Electric Trucks

Freightliner (a subsidiary of Daimler AG) have been conducting extensive field tests with customers, through their 'Customer Experience Fleet Program' of two fully electric trucks.
29 Jun 2022

Mercedes-Benz: Electric Trucks

Mercedes-Benz are a Daimler brand, and Daimler Trucks are investing in both battery electric vehicle (BEV) and fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) truck development.
15 Jun 2022

Market Update on New Energy Vehicles in China

This IDTechEx premium article provides an update on China's new energy vehicle market in 2022, including an update on annual and monthly sales, market trends, policy drivers, and battery trends.
25 May 2022

Battery Swapping to Compliment Inadequate Charging Infrastructure

Traditional cable-based charging of electric vehicles (EVs) is now being complemented by another solution: battery swapping. Various swap-enabled vehicles across different segments are now entering the market.
16 May 2022

Battery Swapping for Electric Vehicles 2022-2032: Technology, Players and Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Shazan Siddiqi and Dr James Edmondson
5 May 2022

Electric Vehicles: Land, Sea & Air 2022-2042

IDTechEx Report: Luke Gear, Dr Alex Holland, Dr David Wyatt, Dr James Edmondson and Shazan Siddiqi
27 Apr 2022

Quantron Presents the QUANTRON QARGO 4 EV Light Truck

The light transporter from Quantron offers a battery-electric cargo solution, ideal for sustainable deliveries over the last mile, in plant traffic and for municipalities.
26 Apr 2022

Fisker

14 Apr 2022

Service Robots 2022-2032: Technologies, Players & Markets

IDTechEx Report: Yulin Wang
12 Apr 2022

Honda Progresses Towards Electrification for the Future

Honda Motor Co Ltd today held a press briefing on its initiatives in the automobile electrification business. The motor group plans to spend 5 trillion Yen ($40 billion) on electric vehicles in the coming decade.
10 Mar 2022

Grid Storage: Constant Change Ahead

The US Department of Energy's paper, "Grid Operational Impacts of Widespread Storage Deployment" analyzes requirements to 2050. It variously calculates 1.3 TWh required to just over 6.0 TWh in its 94% renewable electricity, Zero Carbon scenario. Earlier, other researchers calculated 80% wind and solar will require 5.4 TWh of energy storage so it is obvious that huge amounts of storage are needed. Even that is with massive over-production and therefore curtailment - electricity only being generated 10% to 20% of the time on average. Polluting peaker plants only have 11% capacity factor so, on that model, bad replaces bad in that respect.