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- The IDTechEx conference Electric Vehicles: Everything is Changing tears up the rule book on the electric vehicles market, which will be worth $500 million by 2025 (IDTechEx Research figures 2015).Dramatic new approach to electric vehicles
- Press ReleaseInnovate UK and the Office for low emission Vehicles are to invest up to £10 million in a single consortium to develop a pilot line to understand how to produce high-voltage electric vehicle…Spearheading future electric vehicle battery production
- The arrival of a unique experimental demonstrator at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center may herald a future in which many aircraft are powered by electric motors.LEAPTech to demonstrate electric propulsion technologies
- Stanford University scientists have invented the first high-performance aluminum battery that's fast-charging, long-lasting and inexpensive. Researchers say the new technology offers a safe…Bendy battery provides safe alternative to conventional batteries
- IDTechEx Research SubscribersIn the third installment of the autonomous vehicles series, we look at the reasons behind making a vehicle that is fully or partly autonomous and plot a hype curve for the various types of autonomous…Autonomous Vehicles Part 3 - Reasons and Hype Curve
- Scientists have created a new magnetic alloy that is an alternative to traditional rare-earth permanent magnets.Cheaper magnetic material for cars, wind turbines
- A new type of graphene aerogel will make for better energy storage, sensors, nanoelectronics, catalysis and separations.3D-printed aerogels improve energy storage
- There is divided opinion on future of traction fuel cells in electric vehicles, though few argue any more that they will power the majority of electric vehicles.IDTechEx: Invest now in fuel cell vehicles?
- At analysts IDTechEx we are often questioned about our forecasts of prices of certain electric vehicles not going down over future years. The answer is twofold.Electric vehicles: better not cheaper
- n the first study of its kind, scientists quantitatively show that electric vehicles will meet the daily travel needs of drivers longer than commonly assumed.Goodbye, range anxiety?
- "could mean city dwellers needing less air conditioning" Not only dwellers, but other drivers benefit from fewer exhaust fumes from fossil fuelled vehicles. More often than not, if I am using…Hidden benefits of electric vehicles revealed
- I think till the tire industry could join the project and draw a conductive mesh, specifically for this purpose. It's a great idea, until come the magnetization of highways, for vehicles run on…First demonstration of power transfer from wheels to power an EV
- I think the evolution of studies on electromagnetism will lead the man to radically change their concepts of mobility and road construction. These pathways may become elevated magnetovias and the…Tesla CEO Musk sees fully autonomous car ready in five or six years
- Congratulations and success to Dr Peter Harrop, Your presence in such event demonstrates the depth and seriousness of your work and of your whole team. Especially being at the University of Surrey,…Dr Peter Harrop to speak alongside Baroness Kramer at EV Summit