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Global Solar Farm Market Projected To Reach $261.0 Billion By 2027

PALM BEACH, Fla. — FinancialNewsMedia.com News Commentary – Over the last few years, the solar water farm market has been developing at a considerable pace attributable to low cost of PV panels and strong presence of solar water farm producers. Furthermore, awareness toward solar water farming is increasing among consumers, due to implementation of government regulations to promote production of energy from renewable sources…

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An electric future for everyone

  Future: Fast Forward The transformation towards electrification goes beyond the automotive industry and involves all levels of society From children to university students, users and experts, everyone has a voice in the electric future Future: Fast Forward is SEAT S.A.’s plan to lead electrification in Spain Martorell, 06/10/2021. There is no plan B. In order to achieve an ecological transition,…

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NASA Issues Contracts to Mature Electrified Aircraft Propulsion Technologies

  NASA has selected two U.S. companies to support its Electric Powertrain Flight Demonstration (EPFD) that will rapidly mature Electrified Aircraft Propulsion (EAP) technologies through ground and flight demonstrations.   Through the EPFD program, NASA seeks to introduce EAP technologies to U.S. aviation fleets no later than 2035, supporting short-range and regional commercial air travel, as well as single-aisle seat…

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Sweden and Germany are leading the development for electric roads

  Germany and Sweden are world leaders when it comes to real-world studies on electric roads. On Gotland, the world’s first wireless e-road has been finished. Electric roads are one of the studied technologies in the race to decarbonise heavy traffic and within a few years the first commercial electric road could be a reality. This will probably happen in…

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Hyundai Motor Group Starts ‘2021 EV Open Innovation Challenge’ for Charging Infrastructure and Service Solutions

2021 EV Open Innovation Challenge launches collaboration with startups in EV-charging infrastructure and service solutions Applicants can submit under one of nine categories, between Sept. 27 to Nov. 8 Details can be found on the 2021 EV Open Innovation Challenge official website  SEOUL, September 28, 2021 – Hyundai Motor Group (the Group), a global automotive corporation leading the era of electric mobility, is…

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Bold Action Must Continue to Realize Electrified Future

America's Electric Vehicle

  President Biden recently took a positive step toward new federal vehicle emissions standards that include the Administration’s bold objective to advance America’s electric vehicle future. In so doing, the Biden Administration is aligned with the similarly bold actions taken two years ago by Honda, BMW, Ford, Volkswagen and Volvo, which entered into voluntary agreements with the state of California…

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DHL Express orders Alice, the first-ever all-electric cargo planes from Eviation

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Electric Cargo Planes! DHL Express, the world’s leading express service provider, announced that they are the first to order 12, Alice, fully electric cargo planes from Eviation, the Seattle-area based global manufacturer of all-electric aircraft.  With this engagement DHL aims to set up an unparalleled electric Express network and make a pioneering step into a sustainable aviation future. Eviation’s Alice is the world’s leading…

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Hyundai’s XCIENT Fuel Cell Hitting the Road in California

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Hyundai Motor to collaborate with public and private partners to deploy Class 8 fuel cell electric trucks for regional freight distribution in California NorCAL ZERO, where Hyundai supplies 30 XCIENT Fuel Cell by early 2023, to be the largest deployment of Class 8 hydrogen-powered vehicles in the U.S. Hyundai is committed to developing hydrogen mobility ecosystem through close cooperation with…

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Renewable Energy OK, but Not Too Close to Home

  When it comes to transitioning from carbon-based to renewable source energy systems, Americans are on board. They’re less keen, however, having these new energy infrastructures—wind turbines or solar farms—built close to their homes, which creates hurdles for policymakers. That’s according to a study from University of Georgia researcher Thomas Lawrence. Lawrence and an international team conducted surveys in the United…

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Pfister Energy Opens Regional Office In Colorado

HAWTHORNE, N.J. — After nearly 20 years of developing, engineering, and constructing solar projects throughout the Northeast, Pfister Energy, a leading turnkey commercial, industrial, and utility-scale solar energy firm, is announcing the opening of a regional office in Denver, Colorado. This expansion will allow Pfister to work directly with clients to design, install, and maintain solar energy solutions in the West. This is…

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