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California-based Green Automotive Company’s Liberty Electric Cars subsidiary has been chosen by the European Union to be a major partner in the epsilon innovation program. The project’s ultimate goal will be to successfully develop a small electric passenger vehicle that optimizes safety, performance and comfort features while integrating all the benefits of a lightweight unique […]

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If all goes according to plan, the United Kingdom and England will be canvassed with EV fast chargers. Nissan is leading a consortium aiming to establish a network of rapid chargers for electric vehicles running the full length and breadth of the United Kingdom and Ireland. When complete, a total of 74 rapid chargers will […]

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There could be more North American-sourced rare earth metals in our EVs in the future. Rare Element Resources Ltd. announced a 65-percent increase to its total Measured and Indicated (M&I) rare earth elements (REE) resources estimate at the Bear Lodge Project, from 571 to 944 million pounds of rare earth oxide (REO). The updated resource […]

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