Jan 6, 2015 - 09:17 am

Solaris, Crossvolt, Yale University, SINANO, Ballard, Azure Hydrogen.

Solaris-XXL-Electric-BusPolish XXL electric bus: Solaris together with the Technical Universities of Poznan and Warsaw plan to develop a 24-meter electric bus based on the Urbino. The batteries will be charged externally while an on-board fuel cell is planned as well. The project is part of the Inno-Tech program of the Polish government and receives 1.5 million euros funding.
auto-medienportal.net (in German)

Chevy Volt AWD? General Motors now renewed the Crossvolt trademark from 2011. The move has led to speculations what kind of vehicle might bear that name in the future – could Chevrolet bring us a Volt with an all-wheel drive or is that too much wishful thinking? Fingers crossed!
greencarreports.com, insideevs.com, autoblog.com

Li-air: A team at Yale University has introduced a new Li-O2 cell architecture that uses a mesoporous catalytic polymer-based membrane between the oxygen electrode and the separator to achieve high reversibility and efficiency, rather than placing the catalyst particles on the oxygen electrode itself.

Size matters: A team at Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics (SINANO) has demonstrated that the electrochemical performance of sulfur nanoparticles in the cathode of a Lithium-sulfur battery is critically dependent on the sulfur particle size.

Broken fuel cell agreements: Ballard Power Systems is to terminate two fuel-cell licensing agreements with Azure Hydrogen in China. The reasons are material breaches of these agreements by Azure Hydrogen. One license agreement concerns the assembly of Ballard’s FCvelocity-HD7 Bus fuel-cell power modules which were destined for the Chinese market.

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Found on electrive.com
06.01.2015 09:37