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China to curb “blind” development of rapidly growing EV sector

China to curb “blind” development of rapidly growing EV sector

At a recent briefing with reporters in Beijing, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) spokeswoman Meng Wei said that China plans to take action to curtail the “blind” development of its

UPS orders a fleet of 1,000 electric delivery vans with Workhorse

UPS orders a fleet of 1,000 electric delivery vans with Workhorse

In a move which marks the latest electrification effort by UPS, the parcel delivery giant has placed an order for 1,000 electric delivery vans with Ohio-based truck manufacturer Workhorse.

Tesla’s patent application hints at HVAC system in future Model S, X versions

Tesla’s patent application hints at HVAC system in future Model S, X versions

An international patent application filed by US electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors hints at the possibility of the company’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system coming aboard

Chicago selects The Boring Company to build ‘Loop’ transit system

Chicago selects The Boring Company to build ‘Loop’ transit system

The Boring Company promoted by Elon Musk has received an order to setup transport system in Chicago.

Volvo plans to produce more electric, autonomous and shared vehicles

Volvo plans to produce more electric, autonomous and shared vehicles

According to a recent announcement made by Volvo Cars CEO Hakan Samuelsson, the Swedish automaker apparently has plans underway to manufacture more electric, autonomous, and shared vehicles.

Renault to invest over 1 billion Euros to accelerate EV production in France

Renault to invest over 1 billion Euros to accelerate EV production in France

On Thursday, French automaker Renault announced that it has earmarked an amount of more than 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) for investment in its home country, with the objective of accelerating th

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