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DTE Energy, Ford to build 1,127-MWh solar array at automaker’s R&D center

Detroit-based utility DTE Energy is teaming with Ford Motor Co. to build Michigan’s largest solar array at the Ford Research & Engineering Center in Dearborn. The 2,159-panel array is located on the rooftop level of the Deck 400 parking structure.


10 saat 17 dak

StoreDot, Israeli Electric Company to Test Extreme Fast Charging in Space for First Time in History

StoreDot, the pioneer of extreme fast charging (XFC) battery technology for electric vehicles, announced that together with the Israeli Electric Company (IEC) it has been approved by NASA to conduct the first space-based research and development program into new battery materials.


11 saat 17 dak

Mercedes-Benz EQA family growing with two new versions with all-wheel drive

More than 20,000 customers have already ordered an EQA since February.


14 saat 17 dak

UK plug-in sales up 1,913.5% year-on-year

April saw an artificial 30-fold increase of new car registrations compared to the same month last year, but volumes still remained -12.9% lower than the 10-year average at just 141,583 new units, according to the latest figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).


16 saat 17 dak

Ford Announces European Customer Trials For The New E-Transit Electric Van

The first European customer trials of the new E-Transit – the all-electric version of the world’s best-selling cargo van – will soon be underway, Ford announced Tuesday.


17 saat 17 dak

Kia adds IONITY bolt-on to Kia charge for discounted ultra-fast charging

Kia UK has introduced a new IONITY bolt-on to its Kia Charge service, opening the door to low-cost high-power charging for Kia EV owners. Kia Charge provides comprehensive access to the UK public charging network, with around 17,000 connectors accessible from a single account.


19 saat 18 dak

Anhaltender Erfolg in schwieriger Zeit

Im Jahr 2020 konnte die Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft ihre Stellung als führende Organisation für angewandte Forschung behaupten und festigen. Das Finanzvolumen blieb stabil bei 2,8 Milliarden Euro, davon entfallen 2,4 Milliarden Euro auf den Leistungsbereich Vertragsforschung.


15 saat 17 dak