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Formula-E Racing Pushing the Limits on Battery and Charging Technology

Formula-E Racing Pushing the Limits on Battery and Charging Technology

Starting out very modestly in 2011, Formula-E street racing was intended to demonstrate the exciting possibilities of electric vehicles to a crowd that knew little about them and to challenge companies to improve the technology.  The first “real” races were held in...
People will Demand a Million Charging Stations

People will Demand a Million Charging Stations

Will we need 1.2 million public chargers? Gary Simon highlights how innovation will enable us to charge electric vehicles with fewer. This is an innovation in the ‘quality’ of charging as opposed to the ‘quantity’. The innovation may also be cheaper low end chargers,...
Concrete: it’s more than hard science

Concrete: it’s more than hard science

Concrete is all around us, being the second most widely-used substance in the world. It’s a simple material to make, yet buildings made of it can last for thousands of years. It is also responsible for about 8% of all CO2 emissions, so it is the target of research to...
INN>CHRG Creating an Air BnB for EV Charging

INN>CHRG Creating an Air BnB for EV Charging

You bought an EV.  You bought an in-home charger for a hefty sum, but 90% of the time it is not in use.  Why not use it by selling charging to those traveling to your neighborhood who want a convenient way to get a top-up while they visit friends and make a little...

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