25 Nov 2020
Electric Trucks: Charging Towards Zero-Emission
IDTechEx believe it is increasingly self-evident that the future of the industry cannot rely on the deployment of traditional combustion engines.
18 Nov 2020
Fuel Cell Cars: A Commercial Failure
The IDTechEx report "Advanced Electric Cars 2020 - 2040" forecasts fuel-cell cars globally through 2040, and finds they continue to be a commercial failure for the next two decades.
13 Nov 2020
Clear Route to All Land Vehicles Being Solar
Progress with solar-powered and solar-assisted land vehicles is now so clear and compelling that it is certain that most land vehicles will incorporate this technology as an essential part of their battery electric powertrains.
10 Nov 2020
IDTechEx Have Released a New Report on Electric Truck Markets
IDTechEx have released a new market research report on electric truck markets - analysis of the medium and heavy-duty BEV, PHEV & FCEV electric truck markets; detailed Covid-19 adjusted sales, battery demand and market value forecasts by region; Li-ion and electric motor technologies.
9 Nov 2020
Solid Power is a spin-out from the University of Colorado Boulder developing sulfide-based all solid-state batteries (ASSB) and has been in operation since 2014.
9 Nov 2020
Smart City Hardware: $1.7 Trillion Market Ahead
Uniquely, the new IDTechEx Research report analyses and forecasts the major disruptive opportunities for radically new city materials, equipment and systems totalling a $1.7 trillion market in 2041.
5 Nov 2020
IDTechEx Have Released a New Report on the Smart Cities Market
IDTechEx have released a new market research report on the topic of smart cities markets - trillions of dollars on reinvented energy, food, water, transport, sensing, multipurpose materials.
30 Oct 2020
Solar Supercapacitor is Dream Ticket for Vehicles
IDTechEx report, "Solar Vehicles 2021-2041" notes that cars with solar bodywork have long range. Tough sell. Even longer range is being achieved by those crudely shoving in an enormous battery.
16 Oct 2020
Arrival Accelerates Global Expansion With $118M Investment
Arrival, the technology company focused on commercial electric vehicles announced it has raised $118 million from funds managed by BlackRock. The fundraising will be used to support execution of the company's growth plans as it ramps up vehicle production, including the launch of Arrival's first U.S. Microfactory in South Carolina.
13 Oct 2020
Tesla Model 3 Revealed UK's Most Popular Electric Car
A new report by Nationwide Vehicle Contracts reveals the world's most popular electric cars. The report looks at global electric vehicle sales from EVVolumes.com over the last three years, as well as Google search volume data for electric and hybrid vehicles in 152 different countries to show the world's most desired make and model.
12 Oct 2020
Electric Vehicle Materials: Will Nickel Replace Cobalt?
Electric vehicle powertrains are much more materially diverse than the internal-combustion engine vehicles they replace. As a result, they are putting sudden and unprecedented strain on several raw materials industries.
7 Oct 2020
Hyundai Motor Shares Fuel Cell Commercial Vehicle Roadmap
Hyundai Motor Company will host a digital premiere event for the launch of XCIENT Fuel Cell, the world's first mass-produced fuel cell heavy-duty truck, at 10 a.m. KST on Oct. 14.
5 Oct 2020
Regional Development of Solid-State Batteries
The rapid growth of the electric vehicle market has driven the development, manufacture and sales of batteries, especially lithium-ion batteries. In the meantime, a number of companies are betting on the next big energy storage technologies. Solid-state batteries are one of them.
4 Sep 2020
Hanon Systems are a global tier-1 automotive parts supplier focussed on thermal management. The growing electric vehicle market presents new opportunities for Hanon.
19 Aug 2020
New maneuvering on fuel cell vehicles
IDTechEx predicted ten years ago that fuel cell cars would be a failure and, on any criterion, that is true today following lacklustre sales due to no meaningful consumer proposition and consequently numerous supplier exits.