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28 May 2020

Toyota (2020)

8 May 2020

New Materials Make Supercapacitors Better Than Batteries

The new IDTechEx report, "Supercapacitor Materials and Formats 2020-2040" explains why supercapacitors and their variants still only constitute a modest business.
24 Apr 2020

Mobile EV Chargers on the Go: Niche or Disruptive?

With the growing population of plug-in electric vehicles (EVs), the charging infrastructure industry is also progressing quickly to meet the ever-increasing demand for recharging the EV batteries.
17 Apr 2020

Kangde Group

The Kangde Group are relatively new entrants to the carbon fiber market but aim to quickly become the dominant force. There are multiple parts of this group as shown in the below relationship.
17 Apr 2020

20-year Lithium-Ion Energy Storage System

The proprietary products can perform a wide variety of in front of the meter, behind the meter, and microgrid applications and are designed to be flexible so that as priorities shift, the battery applications can be adapted to meet the needs of future use cases.
14 Apr 2020

Flexible Quick Charging Stations Launch in China

With compact dimensions, the flexible quick charging station can be installed almost anywhere it's needed or where a charging infrastructure is not yet in place. When connected to the low voltage grid, the station becomes a permanent charging point without the additional cost and effort required for a comparable fixed quick charging station.
8 Apr 2020

Distributed Generation: Off-Grid Zero-Emission kW-MW 2020-2040

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop, Dr Xiaoxi He and Daniele Gatti
6 Apr 2020

Could There be a Li-Ion Battery Shortage?

IDTechEx forecast Li-ion demand to grow almost 10-fold from 2020-2030, but can supply meet this demand? Automotive manufacturers the world over are pledging to electrify their fleets.
30 Mar 2020

Volkswagen Group (EV robot charging)

This profile discusses Volkswagen Group's involvement in electric vehicle robot charging.
30 Mar 2020

Electrify America LLC

Electrify America is a company that owns and manages a network of electric vehicle charging stations. The company aims to deploy one of the most extensive EV charging networks across the US, supporting CCS, CHAdeMO (DC charging) and J1772 standards (Level 2 charging) so almost every EV can be charged.
27 Mar 2020

Li-ion Batteries 2020-2030

IDTechEx Report: Dr Alex Holland
27 Mar 2020

Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles 2020-2030

IDTechEx Report: Dr Na Jiao
26 Mar 2020

First Online Consumer Platform for Purchasing Remote Solar Panels

The project is unique as it gives an opportunity to buy or rent a remote solar panel and do all that using one online platform. As the world needs faster and more efficient ways to generate renewable energy, online platforms like "Solar Community" could be a life-changing solution.
24 Mar 2020

LG Chem

LG Chem have been expanding their Li-ion business aggressively.
24 Mar 2020

Tesla Motors (battery development)

This profile discusses Tesla involvement in Li-ion battery development specifically.
24 Mar 2020

Zero Emission Electric Vehicle Charging: Off-Grid 2020-2040

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop
23 Mar 2020

New York to Replace Diesel Transit Buses with All-Electric

The State Department of Environmental Conservation and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority announced that more than $24 million is now available to replace diesel-powered transit buses with new all-electric transit buses, which will help improve air quality, reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change, and promote investment in cleaner fuel technologies, among other benefits.
23 Mar 2020

Northvolt

Northvolt are a start-up company aiming to mass produce Li-ion cells as early as 2021.
20 Mar 2020

Electric Medium and Heavy-Duty Trucks; Evolution and Revolution

Along with the rest of the automotive sector, the medium and heavy-duty truck market is evolving. Governments around the world, recognising the potentially catastrophic repercussions of unfettered climate change and witnessing the detrimental impact on human health from vehicle exhaust pollutant emissions in urban environments, are taking decisive action, that will, in the coming decades, drive vehicle manufacturers to zero on-road exhaust emission powertrain solutions. Consequently, the days of the fossil fuel powered combustion engine are numbered.