Momentum Dynamics picks up steam on inductive charging
The US developer Momentum Dynamics, which specialises in inductive charging systems for electric vehicles, is expanding its focus to the passenger car sector. So far, the company has concentrated mainly on wireless charging for electric buses and trucks. In addition, the company also plans to expand geographically.
Tritium to supply Shell DC charging stations
Australian charging station manufacturer Tritium has signed a new global framework agreement with Shell to supply DC charging stations. Tritium has been supplying Shell with fast charging stations since 2020 and has now also been selected in Shell’s latest tender.
Hyzon signs MoU for FCEV production in Saudi Arabia
Hyzon Motors plans to build an assembly plant in Saudi Arabia with the local industrial conglomerate Modern Group. The plant is to be built in the city of Neom in the northwest of the country and will have an annual capacity for the assembly of up to 10,000 FC commercial vehicles.
Lucid Motors plans EV factory in Saudi Arabia
Lucid Motors is in talks with Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund to build an electric vehicle factory near the Red Sea port city of Jeddah, according to a media report. A second location in the country is also reportedly under consideration.
WM Motor signs Enel X as strategic partner
Enel X has signed a strategic agreement with Chinese electric car manufacturer WM Motor to launch collaborations in a number of different fields in electric mobility. The target markets that the duo will jointly target are Europe, China, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and South America.
Racing series ‘SuperCharge’ to take off in 2022
SuperCharge is the name of a new international racing series based on all-electric crossover road vehicles and has now announced its plans for the first time. After the anticipated start in 2022, the races are to take place in major international cities.
Delta launches 200-kW charging station for EMEA region
Delta Electronics has just presented its new HPC station for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. As the name UFC 200 suggests, the station enables a maximum charging power of 200 kW that can be split into two 100 kW to charge two electric cars at the same time.
Fox plans to produce 12,000 Mia 2.0 per year
The plans of the Swiss manufacturer Fox Automotive to produce a new version of the Mia electric car are becoming more concrete. Fox Automotive has set up a subsidiary in Hungary for this purpose, which will be headed by Ekkehard Philipp as CEO.
Israel to cease the use of fossil fuels by 2030
Israel aims to stop the use of fossil fuels such as coal, gasoline and diesel in energy and transport by 2030, Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz stated at a conference in Tel Aviv. The goal is to rely solely on renewable energy and natural gas.
Dubai tests driverless electric pods that can couple
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has started testing a fleet of autonomous electric pods. Using their own dedicated lanes, the prototypes can attach and detach to and from one another to form a mini tram while in Motion. They are built for Next Future Transportation in Italy.