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New York Electric Vehicle Charging Pilot

New York Electric Vehicle Charging Pilot

External Company Press Release
ENSO Launches Pay-Per-Mile Tyre for Electric Taxis

ENSO Launches Pay-Per-Mile Tyre for Electric Taxis

London-based EV tyre manufacturer ENSO will launch its innovative Pay-Per-Mile Tyre this summer, in collaboration with digital fleet financing provider Zeti.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 8, 2022
Upcoming Webinar - Zero-Emission Trucks: Batteries or Fuel Cells?

Upcoming Webinar - Zero-Emission Trucks: Batteries or Fuel Cells?

Thursday 11 August 2022 - The 2021 sales of zero-emission trucks and the addressable market; What zero-emission trucks need to deliver for commercial rollout; Key enabling technologies: batteries/motors/charging; The role of battery and fuel cell trucks; IDTechEx's outlook for zero-emission truck deployment
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 8, 2022
Solar Electric Tricycles for Rural Zimbabwean Businesswomen

Solar Electric Tricycles for Rural Zimbabwean Businesswomen

Robust, renewable energy charged electric tricycles, supported by trained community support services, provide an avenue for communities to overcome travel obstacles and contribute to local economies. Powered through community based off grid energy supply, e-tricycles could provide the incentive for increased economic activity, creating new local markets and enhancing rural livelihoods.
External Company Press Release
SEA Electric Brings Industry First to New Zealand Traffic Control

SEA Electric Brings Industry First to New Zealand Traffic Control

Global eMobility innovators SEA Electric and leading civil construction firm Demsey Wood have introduced New Zealand's first electric traffic safety vehicle, complete with a truck-mounted attenuator.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 5, 2022
Powertrain Efficiency: Sustaining EV Growth in an Era of Shortages

Powertrain Efficiency: Sustaining EV Growth in an Era of Shortages

2022 continues to present great challenges for electric vehicle makers, but despite these challenges electric vehicle markets have continued to grow. However, in an era of shortages, disruption is inevitable. IDTechEx believes improvements to drive cycle efficiency and vehicle design, minimizing battery capacity and other material requirements per vehicle, must come to the forefront.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 4, 2022
Hyundai's XCIENT Fuel Cell Heavy-Duty Trucks to Hit German Roads

Hyundai's XCIENT Fuel Cell Heavy-Duty Trucks to Hit German Roads

Seven German companies in logistics, manufacturing and retail will put 27 XCIENT Fuel Cell trucks into fleet service with funding for eco-friendly commercial vehicles from Germany's Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 3, 2022
US Multi State Action Plan - 100% Electric Trucks and Buses by 2050

US Multi State Action Plan - 100% Electric Trucks and Buses by 2050

Seventeen U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and the Canadian province of Quebec worked together through the Multi-State Zero Emission Vehicle Task Force, a coalition facilitated by NESCAUM, to produce a bold Action Plan for accelerating a transition to zero-emission trucks and buses.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 2, 2022
Sustainable City Powered by Autonomous Mobility

Sustainable City Powered by Autonomous Mobility

Hyundai Motor Group has presented the HMG Smart City master model, it represents the Group's vision for smart cities and illustrates how it will empower them with sustainable and smart mobility solutions. The model will serve as a guideline for developing smart mobility solutions that support smart cities around the world while revitalizing their urban communities
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Market Update on Electric Cars in Europe

Market Update on Electric Cars in Europe

This IDTechEx premium article provides an update on electric car markets in the EU, UK, and EFTA in 2022, including an update on H1 sales, market trends, policy drivers, and battery trends.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Chinese OEMs' Electric Construction Machine Development

Chinese OEMs' Electric Construction Machine Development

China is the world's largest market for mobile construction machines. Ten of the top 50 construction equipment manufactures by sales revenue are Chinese companies. Chinese OEMs are developing electric construction machines supported by the electric powertrain component supply chain, which has been built up as a result of a broad government push for heavy-duty vehicle electrification (buses and trucks). This article looks at the ongoing electrification activity of Chinese construction machine manufacturers, with examples from compact to larger machines.
External Company Press Release
Electric Cars as Buffer Storage for Solar Power

Electric Cars as Buffer Storage for Solar Power

Infineon Technologies AG and Delta Electronics have developed a three-in-one-system that integrates solar, energy storage and charging of electric vehicles. Thanks to bidirectional inverters, the electric car is not only charged, but can also be used as a buffer storage or as household emergency backup power. More and more cars are equipped for this. Looking ahead, bidirectional energy flows coulf also be used to realize new vehicle-to-home and vehicle-to-grid solutions.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 29, 2022
Volkswagen Group China Unveils Passenger Drone Prototype

Volkswagen Group China Unveils Passenger Drone Prototype

Volkswagen Group China has unveiled its first electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing passenger drone prototype, as part of its strategy to explore and break new ground in fully electric and sustainable individual mobility concepts. After intensive research, conceptual work, and development, the project team has now developed its first validation model - the V.MO. This initial prototype has also been nicknamed the 'Flying Tiger' due to its distinctive black and gold livery, which was painted to commemorate its launch in the Year of the Tiger.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 27, 2022
IDTechEx Assess the Next Commercial Phase of the Graphene Market

IDTechEx Assess the Next Commercial Phase of the Graphene Market

To date, the commercialization of graphene has been more of a "material push" rather than a "market pull"; a solution looking for a problem. In this first phase, there were numerous technical and commercial barriers to overcome, which in materials science does not happen overnight. IDTechEx believes that this is changing, with graphene entering the next stage, the growth phase, of its commercial journey.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 27, 2022
Study Conceptualises Energy Efficient, Wireless Charging Roads

Study Conceptualises Energy Efficient, Wireless Charging Roads

Wireless charging roads equipped with energy storage systems are promising electric vehicle solutions by virtue of their strong advantages in time saving and reduced pressure on the existing power infrastructure.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Wireless Charging: Pad Design and Coil Topologies

Wireless Charging: Pad Design and Coil Topologies

Wireless charging is an upcoming charging technology that offers better end-user convenience and facilitates autonomy. In this premium article, IDTechEx highlights the underlying principle of magnetic resonance and discusses transmitter and receiver pad designs and the various coil shapes that are being used in industry.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Market Update on Electric Cars in the US

Market Update on Electric Cars in the US

This IDTechEx premium article provides an update on electric car markets in the US in 2022, including an update on annual and monthly sales, market trends, policy drivers, and battery trends.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 26, 2022
Sono Motors Unveils Design of Solar Electric Passenger Car and Bus Kit

Sono Motors Unveils Design of Solar Electric Passenger Car and Bus Kit

Sono Motors, the company that is pioneering solar-powered mobility recently celebrated the debut of the world's first affordable solar electric vehicle, the Sion, in its production design, and the unveiling of its novel 'Solar Bus Kit', a scalable B2B retrofit solution that reduces fuel consumption and inner-city greenhouse gas emissions, thereby contributing to climate protection.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 26, 2022
Ford Trials Robot Charging Station to Support Disabled Drivers

Ford Trials Robot Charging Station to Support Disabled Drivers

For most of us, filling a car with fuel, or charging an electric vehicle is a simple task. But for disabled drivers, people with reduced mobility and older people it can be a significant challenge. Now, Ford has developed a prototype robot charging station that drivers operate via their smartphone from inside their electric vehicle. The technology could enable disabled drivers to stay in the car while charging, or they could leave the car while the robot does all the work.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Electric Truck Market Update: Europe, the US, and China

Electric Truck Market Update: Europe, the US, and China

This premium article presents the addressable truck market in Europe, the US, and China and investigates zero-emission truck deployment in each region in 2021.
External Company Press Release
ENSO Launches Pay-Per-Mile Tyre for Electric Taxis

ENSO Launches Pay-Per-Mile Tyre for Electric Taxis

London-based EV tyre manufacturer ENSO will launch its innovative Pay-Per-Mile Tyre this summer, in collaboration with digital fleet financing provider Zeti.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 8, 2022
Solar Electric Tricycles for Rural Zimbabwean Businesswomen

Solar Electric Tricycles for Rural Zimbabwean Businesswomen

Robust, renewable energy charged electric tricycles, supported by trained community support services, provide an avenue for communities to overcome travel obstacles and contribute to local economies. Powered through community based off grid energy supply, e-tricycles could provide the incentive for increased economic activity, creating new local markets and enhancing rural livelihoods.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 5, 2022
Powertrain Efficiency: Sustaining EV Growth in an Era of Shortages

Powertrain Efficiency: Sustaining EV Growth in an Era of Shortages

2022 continues to present great challenges for electric vehicle makers, but despite these challenges electric vehicle markets have continued to grow. However, in an era of shortages, disruption is inevitable. IDTechEx believes improvements to drive cycle efficiency and vehicle design, minimizing battery capacity and other material requirements per vehicle, must come to the forefront.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 3, 2022
US Multi State Action Plan - 100% Electric Trucks and Buses by 2050

US Multi State Action Plan - 100% Electric Trucks and Buses by 2050

Seventeen U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and the Canadian province of Quebec worked together through the Multi-State Zero Emission Vehicle Task Force, a coalition facilitated by NESCAUM, to produce a bold Action Plan for accelerating a transition to zero-emission trucks and buses.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Market Update on Electric Cars in Europe

Market Update on Electric Cars in Europe

This IDTechEx premium article provides an update on electric car markets in the EU, UK, and EFTA in 2022, including an update on H1 sales, market trends, policy drivers, and battery trends.
External Company Press Release
Electric Cars as Buffer Storage for Solar Power

Electric Cars as Buffer Storage for Solar Power

Infineon Technologies AG and Delta Electronics have developed a three-in-one-system that integrates solar, energy storage and charging of electric vehicles. Thanks to bidirectional inverters, the electric car is not only charged, but can also be used as a buffer storage or as household emergency backup power. More and more cars are equipped for this. Looking ahead, bidirectional energy flows coulf also be used to realize new vehicle-to-home and vehicle-to-grid solutions.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 27, 2022
IDTechEx Assess the Next Commercial Phase of the Graphene Market

IDTechEx Assess the Next Commercial Phase of the Graphene Market

To date, the commercialization of graphene has been more of a "material push" rather than a "market pull"; a solution looking for a problem. In this first phase, there were numerous technical and commercial barriers to overcome, which in materials science does not happen overnight. IDTechEx believes that this is changing, with graphene entering the next stage, the growth phase, of its commercial journey.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Wireless Charging: Pad Design and Coil Topologies

Wireless Charging: Pad Design and Coil Topologies

Wireless charging is an upcoming charging technology that offers better end-user convenience and facilitates autonomy. In this premium article, IDTechEx highlights the underlying principle of magnetic resonance and discusses transmitter and receiver pad designs and the various coil shapes that are being used in industry.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 26, 2022
Sono Motors Unveils Design of Solar Electric Passenger Car and Bus Kit

Sono Motors Unveils Design of Solar Electric Passenger Car and Bus Kit

Sono Motors, the company that is pioneering solar-powered mobility recently celebrated the debut of the world's first affordable solar electric vehicle, the Sion, in its production design, and the unveiling of its novel 'Solar Bus Kit', a scalable B2B retrofit solution that reduces fuel consumption and inner-city greenhouse gas emissions, thereby contributing to climate protection.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Electric Truck Market Update: Europe, the US, and China

Electric Truck Market Update: Europe, the US, and China

This premium article presents the addressable truck market in Europe, the US, and China and investigates zero-emission truck deployment in each region in 2021.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 8, 2022
Upcoming Webinar - Zero-Emission Trucks: Batteries or Fuel Cells?

Upcoming Webinar - Zero-Emission Trucks: Batteries or Fuel Cells?

Thursday 11 August 2022 - The 2021 sales of zero-emission trucks and the addressable market; What zero-emission trucks need to deliver for commercial rollout; Key enabling technologies: batteries/motors/charging; The role of battery and fuel cell trucks; IDTechEx's outlook for zero-emission truck deployment
External Company Press Release
SEA Electric Brings Industry First to New Zealand Traffic Control

SEA Electric Brings Industry First to New Zealand Traffic Control

Global eMobility innovators SEA Electric and leading civil construction firm Demsey Wood have introduced New Zealand's first electric traffic safety vehicle, complete with a truck-mounted attenuator.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 4, 2022
Hyundai's XCIENT Fuel Cell Heavy-Duty Trucks to Hit German Roads

Hyundai's XCIENT Fuel Cell Heavy-Duty Trucks to Hit German Roads

Seven German companies in logistics, manufacturing and retail will put 27 XCIENT Fuel Cell trucks into fleet service with funding for eco-friendly commercial vehicles from Germany's Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport.
Electric Vehicles Research
Aug 2, 2022
Sustainable City Powered by Autonomous Mobility

Sustainable City Powered by Autonomous Mobility

Hyundai Motor Group has presented the HMG Smart City master model, it represents the Group's vision for smart cities and illustrates how it will empower them with sustainable and smart mobility solutions. The model will serve as a guideline for developing smart mobility solutions that support smart cities around the world while revitalizing their urban communities
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Chinese OEMs' Electric Construction Machine Development

Chinese OEMs' Electric Construction Machine Development

China is the world's largest market for mobile construction machines. Ten of the top 50 construction equipment manufactures by sales revenue are Chinese companies. Chinese OEMs are developing electric construction machines supported by the electric powertrain component supply chain, which has been built up as a result of a broad government push for heavy-duty vehicle electrification (buses and trucks). This article looks at the ongoing electrification activity of Chinese construction machine manufacturers, with examples from compact to larger machines.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 29, 2022
Volkswagen Group China Unveils Passenger Drone Prototype

Volkswagen Group China Unveils Passenger Drone Prototype

Volkswagen Group China has unveiled its first electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing passenger drone prototype, as part of its strategy to explore and break new ground in fully electric and sustainable individual mobility concepts. After intensive research, conceptual work, and development, the project team has now developed its first validation model - the V.MO. This initial prototype has also been nicknamed the 'Flying Tiger' due to its distinctive black and gold livery, which was painted to commemorate its launch in the Year of the Tiger.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 27, 2022
Study Conceptualises Energy Efficient, Wireless Charging Roads

Study Conceptualises Energy Efficient, Wireless Charging Roads

Wireless charging roads equipped with energy storage systems are promising electric vehicle solutions by virtue of their strong advantages in time saving and reduced pressure on the existing power infrastructure.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Market Update on Electric Cars in the US

Market Update on Electric Cars in the US

This IDTechEx premium article provides an update on electric car markets in the US in 2022, including an update on annual and monthly sales, market trends, policy drivers, and battery trends.
Electric Vehicles Research
Jul 26, 2022
Ford Trials Robot Charging Station to Support Disabled Drivers

Ford Trials Robot Charging Station to Support Disabled Drivers

For most of us, filling a car with fuel, or charging an electric vehicle is a simple task. But for disabled drivers, people with reduced mobility and older people it can be a significant challenge. Now, Ford has developed a prototype robot charging station that drivers operate via their smartphone from inside their electric vehicle. The technology could enable disabled drivers to stay in the car while charging, or they could leave the car while the robot does all the work.
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